Sappi highlights the risks of doing business in SA
Logistics problems and community unrest are among the challenges Sappi is grappling with in SA
Pulp and paper manufacturer Sappi, which employs more than 4,500 people nationwide, says it is keeping a close eye on potential social unrest as the country enters an election year amid poor service delivery.
The group, valued at R22.6bn on the JSE, said deep-rooted problems in SA’s state-owned ports and rail companies coupled with a disaffected population due to the lack of service delivery and job opportunities, made social unrest in SA an ever-present threat...
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