ICASA White Paper Recommends 30% Black Ownership for Licences In future, businesses wanting a licence from ICASA may be required to have a minimum of 30% black ownership and a high BEE score. The current black ownership requirement is 25%. It also means that suppliers to these businesses will...
EconoServ | BBBEE & HR Blog
GENERAL NOTICENOTICE 1019 OF 2013DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND INDUSTRYI, Dr Rob Davies, Minister of Trade and Industry, hereby:(a) Issue the following Codes of Good Practice (the codes) under section 9 (1) of the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Act, 2003 (Act No. 53 of 2003); and(b) Determine that these Codes will...
Check out our events calendar to keep up to date on all events. EconoBEE is an expert consultancy. Our advice has allowed many organisations to work through and implement long term sustainable strategies that remain inline with the essence of the BEE legislation. Our Managed Service is an effective...
Lianne Levenstein live on ClassicFM discussing B-BBEE codes
Lianne Levenstein live on ClassicFM discussing sector B-BBEE codes
Lianne Levenstein live on ClassicFM discussing implementation of the B-BBEE codes
Lianne Levenstein, CEO of EconoBEE joined Power Hour to elaborate more on the confusion surrounding the BEE codes.
Highlights from our year end cocktail event 2016
A brief video thanking our clients for their support & highlighting some of the milestones we’ve achieved this year. We are looking forward to 2017
Discussion on all 5 aspects of the Codes and to provide solutions in specific areas
A collection of EconoBEE in the media
A video outlining who EconoBEE is
EconoBEE’s Lianne Levenstein talks about the Draft Construction Sector Codes. Recently 6 construction companies, excluding Murray & Roberts, agreeing to collectively contribute R1.25bn over 12 years to fund for various socio-economic developmental projects
Join us for one of our regular skills development breakfasts
EconoServ comprises of EconoBEE, a BEE advisory firm and EconoHR which specialises in Employment Equity compliance
Draft Construction Sector Codes Workshop
On the 13th May 2016 EconoBEE was proud to host the acting BEE Commissioner Zodwa Ntuli at our monthly client breakfast. We had a fantastic event with over 80 professional business people from a wide variety of business interests. We host informative breakfast sessions regularly for all our managed service...
EconoBEE explains the concept of an Exempt Micro Enterprise
Overview of the Draft PPPFA – Keith Levenstein, explains the draft regulations.
We will be unpacking the PPPFA act and how it relates to your business on the 30th June or 7th July
EconoBEE is a B-BBEE Consultancy with a high profile capable of assisting business meet their BEE Scorecard requirements.
Keith Levenstein, CEO of EconoBEE (www.econobee.co.za) interviewed by CNBC Africa on the Recently gazetted ICT BEE Sector codes.
Keith Levenstein speaks to Tony Blewitt about EconoBEEs BEE Procurement and Enterprise Development Conference. BEE is not only about points, EconoBEE consults to companies to help them implement Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment effectively and benefit their business.
Keith Levenstein, chats to E TV Business about the BBBEE Ownership Deal of ArcelorMittal. How many BEE Points they earned, is this correct and as a BEE Consultant how it should have been done to earn more BEE Scorecard points.
Tony Blewitt and Keith Levenstein interview. Exempt Micro Enterprise. EME Status and what it means to have a turnover below R5 million per annum.
Keith Levenstein CEO of EconoBEE speaks to Tony Blewitt of Classic FM Entrepreneurs Network about the latest developments for B-BBEE.
Financial Sector code The FSC is still in draft phase. Parliament is getting quite concerned about the financial sector code and the slow pace of transformation in the financial sector. They are holding public hearings on the matter this week, and next week to try to sort this out. There...