Super Group’s Sustainability initiatives are detailed in the Sustainability Report which focuses on Super Group’s employees, the Group’s Corporate Social Investment (CSI) and the impact of the Group’s operations on the environment. These issues are of significant importance to the Group in terms of its obligations to all of its stakeholders, who include its employees, suppliers and customers, shareholders and the communities in the countries in which the Group operates. Super Group recognises the essential need to actively contribute to the social upliftment of previously disadvantaged communities.
The detailed Sustainability Report is available here.
Super Group’s capacity to act as a responsible corporate citizen is directly impacted by its financial performance. The Group continues to focus on initiatives to significantly improve the lives of previously disadvantaged South Africans through training and mentorship. Despite the strides made to date, Super Group acknowledges that there is more to be done. The following imperatives, forming part of the Group’s strategy, will provide the context for setting the Group’s sustainability targets going forward:
The Super Group Social and Ethics Committee confirmed the appointment of Nigel Redford, the Group Company Secretary, as the senior executive responsible for climate change. Nigel has been heading up the Group's Carbon Capture initiative since 2010 and will now coordinate all climate change related matters in the Group.