First published in 2000, at the request of HE Cyril Ramaphosa, Top Empowerment is the premier directory of black-owned and -managed companies in South Africa. The Top Empowerment brand is now one of the most well-respected names in transformation. Recognising the major advancements made by the commitment to boosting black business and business people, Top Empowerment promotes these captains of industry on its pages.
The 2019 edition of the publication celebrates the future of empowerment in South Africa, focusing on how our actions today will assist future generations in leading South Africa tomorrow. With articles that look at creating opportunities for transformation in the workplace, the rich prospects of the Youth Empowerment Scheme and the rise of Afrofuturism, the publication promises to give readers and clients extensive year-round value.
On the cover we are honoured to feature the 2019 Top Empowerment Lifetime Achiever Kgalema Motlanthe and in our lead interview he speaks about the creation of cohesion, collaboration and innovation through dialogue among equals via the Kgalema Motlanthe Foundation
Organisations appearing on the pages of the edition are recognised as those at the leading edge of transformation and at the vanguard of fast-tracking transformation in South Africa.
Book your space. Close of sales, 17 May 2019.
For more information as to how you can collaborate with Top Empowerment, please contact Lee-Ann Bruce at .
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