Welcome to the September edition of Public Sector Leaders (PSL)!

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In addition to celebrating the first day of spring, South Africa commemorates Heritage Month; Public Service, Tourism and Recycling Month in September – a busy time indeed – and in this edition of Public sector leaders you will find a bunch of articles covering not only these topics but also advice on finance, upcoming events, a Covid update and mental health.

In this edition:

This month, the regional focus is on Gauteng and “In Other News” we take a look at recycling initiatives. The post takes a look at what’s happening across the country to celebrate Heritage Month and moves forward to help our tourism industry recover.

Special features include:

  • Our “Trailblazer” is the new Minister of Finance of SA – Hon. Enoch godongwana
  • Another New Minister Alert – Hon. Ayanda Dlodlo becomes Minister of Civil Service and Administration
  • We bring you “Three things you need to know about carbon finance”
  • “Let’s talk about accessibility and employability: can South Africans find opportunities in the current crisis? “
  • In ‘Legal Matters’, we plan to invest in a diversity and inclusion policy for better productivity
  • Find out why young people may hold the key to achieving immunity goals in our ‘Covid-19 update’

In his letter to the country earlier this month – “From the Office of the President” – our President celebrates Public Service Month and the dedicated public servants who are committed to upholding Batho Pele’s principles:

“Our commitment to building an ethical, capable and above all developmental state requires that civil servants see themselves not only as civil servants, but as agents of development”, – President Ramaphosa.

It’s a busy month for our public sector leaders with HE Ramaphosa attending the National Police Service Memorial Day. Her Excellency held a bilateral meeting with the Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany, Angela Merkel, ahead of the G20 Pact Summit with Africa and attended the inauguration ceremony of President-elect Hakainde Hichilema in Lusaka, Zambia. He also participated in the 41st Ordinary Summit of SADC Heads of State.

Whether you are in the public sector, private sector, supply chain or someone interested, PSL has something for you.

We hope you enjoy reading it!

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