Beneath our successful business model is a robust dedication to sustainable development and equal opportunity employment. This foundation has seen Tsebo surface as one of Africa’s most progressive corporate entities.
Tsebo Group instils ethical business practices in every aspect of its operations, with a zero tolerance staff policy on any form of dishonest behaviour. Employee calls to our outsourced, anonymous ethics hotline are handled at Board level for immediate investigation. This rule applies across all Tsebo operations.
Tsebo’s Social Ethics Transformation Committee (SETC) oversees the Group’s alignment to global Codes of Good Corporate Governance on responsibility, accountability, fairness and transparency; the UN Global Compact Principles on human rights, labour, environment and corruption; and the country’s legislation and industry charters.
Beyond compliance, the SETC manages stakeholder interests with shareholders, customers, the public, employees and the environment across all business divisions. This includes the monitoring of corruption, fraud and theft, sponsorships and donations, and continuous transformation.