Welcome to an independent business community. Sakeliga exists to lobby for and create a constitutional order, free markets, prosperity and a favourable business climate in the interests of its members as well as in the common interest wherever its members do business. With more than 12 000 members, Sakeliga is one of the largest business organisations in South Africa.
The bill is ostensibly aimed at promoting the tourism industry, but really the bill is about intervening in the business of small-scale, short-term home rentals and the services offered by companies like AirBnB. The Minister is not going to promote the tourism industry, he is going to artificially drive up prices and interfere in an industry that regulates itself much better than government can.read more
Business organisation Sakeliga issued all 278 South African municipalities with applications in terms of the Promotion of the Access to Information Act on Thursday.
The applications will help to investigate the extent to which municipalities are using new provisions in regulations to exclude contractors, on racial grounds, from tendering. Sakeliga is undertaking this investigation in parallel to a legal challenge to the contents of the regulations of the Preferential Policy Framework Act (PPPFA).read more
Sakeliga notes various violent protests which have erupted across South Africa in the current election season. We are...read more