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 notable changes according to South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (hereafter SAICA) this year are.
Advice on offering clients and equity or license agreement when it comes to business investment.
What to do before going to court.
When circumstances change and you want to exit a company here’s some options to consider.
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...
Unpacking the new BBBEE scorecard elements.
How consideration of the budget speech (taxes), estate planning and ring fencing risk achieve this.
The three most important things businesses should know about the Protection of Personal Information Act.
Don’t just set sales goals, you need to ensure you’re protected legally, too.
Steer your business into success in 2014.
Businesses of all sizes need a corporate governance policy.
Developing a business debtor strategy for your business.
When using trusts is most effective.
Corporate governance policies provide valuable measures for all businesses.
What does the Companies Act 2008 meant for executive and non-executive directors?
The audit versus the independent review in terms of The Companies Act 71 of 2008.
Before you follow that dream, understand the four phases of a business lifecycle.
The concept of prescription and how it relates to cash flow: Some practical tips for business owners.
Changes to the Companies Act may have implications for your business.