In addition to being responsible for corporate performance, we hold a responsibility of the sustainability and betterment of the environment in which Alviva operates.
The Group’s corporate culture is one of absolute undeniable integrity, transparency, competency and efficiency in decision making and the fair and equitable treatment of its human and natural capital. From a moral point of view, the directors of the Group are expected to apply sound and reasonable judgement, which can only be achieved through nurturing the social capital element, mutual respect for cultural, social or other differences and to foster transparent communication which detracts from subjective viewpoints.
The directors understand that transparency not only relates to a principle of freely, and without prejudice or subjective interests, disclosing information to stakeholders, but also to acknowledge the individual shortcomings which could jeopardise stakeholders. This report, once again, emphasises the Group’s commitment to integrity and the benefit of the greater good of all the stakeholders.
In order to ensure that sustainability issues are integrated in all businesses across the Group, it is important that it becomes part of the agenda to ensure ongoing improvements in operational efficiencies, ensuring long-term profitability and overall sustainability as it relates to all of its stakeholders.
The Board provides for the required oversight to ensure continued sustainability efficiencies, ensuring long-term profitability and overall sustainability as it relates to all of its stakeholders. The Board therefore provides for the required oversight to ensure continued sustainability.
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