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BLSA launches fightback against 'deceitful #WMC campaign'

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Johannesburg - Business Leadership South Africa (BLSA) launched a ‘contract with South Africa’ to fight the white monopoly capital narrative, and will focus on job creation and inclusive growth.

Chief executive Bonang Mohale and JSE chief executive Nicky Newton-King signed a contract on behalf of the BLSA board and council in Alexandra on Wednesday.

During his address, Mohale said BLSA members are committed to economic transformation and announced "the fightback against the deceitful #WMC campaign" with the message that “business believes in South Africa”.

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