Afrimag, February 2020

Social and environmental considerations are increasingly on the agenda of African businesses. Corporate social responsibility (CSR) – or Social and environmental responsibility – begins to become a transversal policy, interfering in the slightest decision. We are even seeing labels flourish, where the bosses have understood that, beyond the image, integrating these notions can generate business. Image, local acceptability, social cohesion, corporate culture, governance… The field of action is vast. But how does this concept, according to which companies must integrate social and environmental dimensions into their activities, apply to the management of African companies? What does a company gain from respecting CSR? Is this a fad or a real commitment from the company? Can we talk about the emergence of an African CSR model? Overview of African companies that have bet on CSR.

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