Socio Economic Development

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Socio-Economic Development (SED) offering

Companies are required to spend 1% of Net Profit After Tax (NPAT) on initiatives dedicated to Socio-Economic Development (SED). These may take the form of monetary or non-monetary contributions, but they must go to communities in which at least 75% of the beneficiaries are Black.

Bearing in mind that SA’s unemployment rate is currently 32.9% and that the vast majority of unemployed individuals struggle to get interviews, our SED focus falls on building a set of core employability skills including professional CV creation, interview preparation and professional presentation.


The SA Business School Solution to Employability Skills

Asking Questions

I Can Grow
(Growth Mindset)

Building Confidence
(Change Resilience)

Always Learn
(Learning Agility)

How to Change

Working with Others

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The Benefits of SED

Sponsor Benefits

Beneficiary Benefits

How it helps

Why Employment Skills?

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Solution for your business

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