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Our Shared Value Approach

According to SpringerLink; "The pursuit of well-being and good living is an integral part of human existence. Efforts to articulate how this is achievable can be traced back to the 6th–7th B.C.E., when Homer, Aristotle, Cicero, and Virgil inquired about the means and goals of human nature that would bring people closer to happiness. Informed by the social, political, and economic transformations of their time, they proposed that bravery, conformity to the laws of the city, hard work, honesty, nobility, reason, and participation in public affairs were values that encapsulated the good life..." 

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Our Social Responsibility

We have encored our Shared Value Approach around its policies and practices to enhance the competitiveness of TauSadi as a business while simultaneously advancing the economic and social conditions in the communities in which it operates.

Our approach is not sharing the value that is already created, that is philanthropy, it is not personal values, it is not balancing stakeholder interest, nor is it compliance with local regulations as a tick-box exercise. We leverage stakeholder relationships, invest in socio-economic development and embedded sustainable business practices to create shared value and social legitimacy for TauSadi.

We understand the intent of various empowerment legislation and the need to contribute towards making South Africa better for future generations and we do our part through our Shared Value Approach.

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Girl Power Netball Tournament

Tournament was held at Botlokwa
(Dikgading Young Killers Grounds)
on the 23 Dec 2023.

The Intention of the tournament was to encourage girls to stay active in sports, which we believe will help alleviate societal problems such as teenage pregnancy and gender based violence.

TauSadi was able to donate balls & bibs to 8 netball teams and a full netball kit to the finalists. This will go a long way in making sure that girls also feel like someone is in their corner.

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