WEF: Black Business Council confident on punting SA as investment destination

The council is parts of a team representing the country in Davos.

FILE: BBC secretary George Sebulela seen with suspended BBC president Danisa Baloyi. Picture: Twitter/@BlackBusinessCouncil

JOHANNESBURG - The Black Business Council says it is entering the first day of the World Economic Forum confidently with the message that South Africa is a conducive environment for growth.

The council is part of a team representing the country in Davos.

Deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa is leading that delegation.

The council's George Sebulela says the country is in a good position to attract investors.

“We are looking for growth opportunities in new markets. I think South Africa is a destination for investment. The environment, through the Department of Trade and Industries, created a one-stop shop.”

(Edited by Shimoney Regter)