Is transformation in South Africa having the desired impact? Is it bringing more and more people into the mainstream economy at pace? Is it helping to address inequality in our society? Or has it become a tick-box exercise for many corporates? The Sanlam Gauge aims to answer these questions.
Sanlam, in partnership with Sunday Times Business Times, launched the Sanlam Gauge in 2021 – a first of its kind report that takes a holistic measurement of economic transformation in South Africa, accounting for all elements of Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE).
As South Africa’s only consolidated, sector-focussed research report, the Sanlam Gauge, takes stock of how the public and private sectors are succeeding in transforming their workplaces and leadership.
The Sanlam Gauge unpacks what is working, what isn’t, and looks at how we can spark debate and drive new solutions to reinvigorate our collective efforts to actively and deliberately include all South Africans in the economy.
Now in its second year, the Sanlam Gauge will once again deliver insights on sectoral performance to provide a more defined view of how they are transforming, so that players can work together to pull specific levers to action meaningful inclusivity, growth and transformation of their industries.