Netcare is committed to building a new South Africa that is grounded in values of diversity, inclusivity and
belonging, and to contribute towards socio-economic transformation.
We view transformation as critical for sustainable growth and stability, and for enhancing social cohesion.
Our CSI initiatives aim to play a significant role in people’s lives, uplift the
communities we serve, and
help shape the society we want to live in – and starts with a healthy nation.
We are committed to driving inclusivity in our supply chain across commodities and purchasing from small,
medium and micro enterprises (SMMEs), and we support their cash flow with early payment terms.
Partnerships for growth
We support B-BBEE compliant suppliers, black owned and black women owned suppliers, qualifying small
enterprises and emerging micro enterprises by bringing them into our supply chain. We do this to drive
entrepreneurship, stimulate economic growth and create employment opportunities.
How we help develop black enterprises and suppliers:
Our preferential procurement for
(51%) spent with black owned suppliers, compared to R2
million in 2007
created by SMMEs on our enterprise and supplier
(33%) spent with black women owned suppliers, compared to Rnil in 2007