Year-end message

December 4, 2023

We continue to be inspired by our work with Business Leadership South Africa (BLSA), Business Unity South Africa (BUSA) and Business for South Africa (B4SA), organisations at the forefront of driving the interventions needed for South Africa’s future economic success. This has provided Aprio with an opportunity to support the critically important work that is currently underway to correct South Africa’s rocky economic course and ultimately stimulate investment, inclusive growth and employment.

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Grid failure in South Africa: is there a disconnect between the boardroom and the risk office in 2023?

July 10, 2023

Despite multiple South African corporates publicly stating in recent months that they were doing contingency planning for a total electricity grid failure scenario, just a third (33%) of South Africa’s biggest companies have electricity supply concerns as a principal risk on their most recent published risk registers.

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A year of Recovery

December 14, 2022

For many of us, 2022 has been a year of recovery and a return to some form of normality after months of living cautiously and working remotely. From a workplace perspective, there is no doubt that hybrid working is the future – our people benefit from the flexibility of coming […]

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Waving Goodbye to 2021

November 18, 2021

2021 has been a challenging and chaotic year for all of us as we continue to navigate through the effects of COVID-19. It is encouraging that we have made positive strides in our efforts to combat the pandemic, specifically with the national vaccination drive.

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Aprio Works With Implats To Roll Out A Gender-Based Violence Social Media Campaign

August 31, 2020

Impala Platinum (Implats) launched a social media campaign in response to the horrific surge of gender-based violence experienced by women across South Africa, during the COVID-19 lockdown.

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The Mining Industry has taken to Twitter to attract the eye of global investors

April 14, 2020

The mining industry has certainly got the message that people are what keeps it going – not just profits, and it now uses the full array of social media platforms to help tell its story, with Twitter, surprisingly, taking the lead.

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