B-BBEE does not have to be a one-sided redistribution of wealth and power. In fact, B-BBEE done properly can offer a highly valuable return on investment — especially within the Enterprise and Supplier Development (ESD) element.
Where do most entrepreneurs get it wrong?
Implemented correctly, B-BBEE offers businesses significant opportunities, says Jack Janse van Rensburg of The Investment House
This is who should be BBEEE compliant in South Africa.
The Investment House gives you the five elements you should be looking at when it comes to your BBBEE levels in your company.
Take this into consideration when you look at BBBEE employee share schemes.
This is what you need to know about BBBEE when doing business in South Africa.
Donna Rachelson and Shawn Theunissen talking about how BEE compliance in SA is not enough to grow the economy.
Finding the right partner can be tricky. Too many companies rush the process, especially when searching for a BEE partner.
For many businesses BBBEE has become a nightmare, simply because it is so widely misunderstood.
Your business can view the revised BBBEE codes as a new headache or an opportunity. Here’s how to take the latter approach.
Navigating the new B-BBEE thresholds can be tricky, especially if your company is growing at a rapid pace. Here’s what you need to keep in mind.
BBBEE is regulated by the BBBEE Act of 2003. In April 2015 the new BBBEE Codes became effective thereby replacing the existing Codes of Good Practice.
The most important change - is that the new codes reduce the existing seven scorecard elements (generic scorecard) to five, where the scoring will also be different
Unpacking the new BBBEE scorecard elements.
Black business owners must be BEE compliant to make the most of business opportunities in SA.
The dos and don’ts of BBBEE.
Is B-BBEE really benefiting its intended target market?
Submitting an Employment Equity Report.
Will the plastered up cracks of the Black Economic Empowerment Act of 2003 uncover new breaches?
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