[LISTEN] They find it difficult to work with black people - George Sebulela
The Black Business Council is quitting Business Unity South Africa after 23 years of partnership and dialogue.
Business Unity SA (Busa) has ended its National Economic Development and Labour Council (Nedlac) cooperation with the Black Business Council (BBC) after having an ideological difference over the effects of South Africa’s ratings downgrade.
George Sebulela says the move will help both parties to have independent but more robust dialogue in the state of how black business is run and managed.
The BBC said the termination of the cooperation occurred when Busa kicked them out of a Nedlac infrastructure committee meeting.