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On the 25th of September 2019 the draft amendment Tourism B-BBEE sector codes were announced. The draft amendment Tourism sector codes aim to create a sustainable tourism industry that is globally competitive, but also transformed with the empowerment of Black people. The sub-minimum requirement for the priority elements of ownership,...

Employment Equity submission window period opens 1 September 2019 to 15 January 2020

In our previous newsletter we touched on the disconnect between Management Control and Employment Equity. In this newsletter, though, we are reminding you that the Employment Equity report submission window period to the DoL runs from the 1st of September 2019 to 15 January 2020. Designated employers (companies, government departments)...

The Disconnect between Management Control and Employment Equity

A designated employer is required in terms of the Employment Equity Act to create a representative workforce at each occupational category/level. An employer is held to be designated if they employ 50 or more employees. Should an employer have fewer than 50 employees, but have a total annual turnover as...

Jailtime for Fronting!

News within the B-BBEE community (and South African Business) has lately been dominated by articles discussing fronting and recent strides being made by the B-BBEE commission in clamping down on unlawful transactions, specific to the ownership element. In a recent article Busisiwe Ngwenya, the executive manager for compliance at the...