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Recently, there has been a positive, sweeping global shift from shareholder primacy to stakeholder capitalism. In this move, the business sector plays a prominent role in combating inequality through purposeful inclusivity.

In the SA context, broad-based black economic empowerment (BBBEE) has long played a pivotal part in fostering greater socioeconomic inclusion. But is it a silver bullet for transformation? Or has it lost its way?..

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