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Sustainable Development:
Black Economic Empowerment
Supplier Development Programmes
Corporate Citizenship
Sustainability

Sustainable Development

A commitment to local value creation.

Since Siemens first set foot in Africa over a century and a half ago, our relationship with South Africa has been characterised by growth. Nowhere is this more visible that in the opening of local offices and manufacturing facilities, in the number of people we employ, in the value of our company assets and in the substantial contribution we continue to make to the development of South Africa.

Meeting our social responsibilities is not viewed as a separate business activity but is totally integrated into our company’s sustainability strategy. Our more than 150 years of business activities in South Africa have been characterised by more than just the provision of infrastructure that has helped grow the economy; our conduct has always been characterised by responsible behaviour and a desire to contribute towards skills development and genuine social upliftment.

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    Transformation in practice

    Today, Siemens has a 30% BEE shareholding, with 15% being owned by Sekunjalo Investment Holdings and 15% owned by the Siemens Employee Share Ownership Trust.

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In South Africa, with its unique challenges and circumstances brought about by the inequalities of the past, business is required to meet society’s responsibilities in terms of empowering people who have been previously disadvantaged. In letter as well as in spirit, Siemens has implemented changes in shareholding and employment equity that considerably pre-date legislation. It is this level of support that underpins our commitment to advancing transformation, which in turn will present all with renewed opportunities for growth through accelerated development in a just, fair and equitable society.

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