Some businesses do well.
Some do well, and good.
For the past few weeks on The Money Show, Bruce Whitfield interviewed people from socially aware businesses – big or small - that make a difference, even if it means sacrificing some profit.
This week he interviewed Joanne van der Walt, Foundation Programme Manager for Africa at Sage.
Sage Foundation aims to build economic and entrepreneurial opportunities in local communities.
For more detail; listen to the interview in the audio below.
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