Johannesburg - President Cyril Ramaphosa is adamant that the economic success of the country was highly dependent on all social partners committing themselves to transformation and national development.
Ramaphosa was speaking in the Union Building on Thursday when he hosted a delegation of the Black Business Council (BBC) led by their president Zandile Zungu.
The meeting is initiated by the BBC.
Ramaphosa said his government was aware of the challenging economic climate and the urgency with which the government has to improve the business and investment climate, create jobs and improve the living conditions of South Africans.
“It is therefore encouraging that the business sector, particularly black business, is keen to engage with government.