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The Real State of B-BBEE: Part 1 – 360 Biz

In October this year, the BEE commission planned to issue about 50 preliminary and final findings against companies for contraventions of the B-BBEE act. What are these contraventions? One of them is fronting. A major form of non-compliance is fronting, or the introduction of spurious schemes that purport to introduce...

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Are BEE Share Schemes Creating Shareholder Value? Listen to our Chairman, Keith Levenstein, discussing the types of BEE share schemes, their benefits and pitfalls.

Need a BEE Verification? We can assist you! View our managed services here. Click here to gather an enormous amount of free information from our website Interview on SAFM with EconoServ chairman Keith Levenstein   NASTASSIA ARENDSE:  We are looking at BEE share schemes. What prompted this idea was the Sasol Inzalo unbundling...

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JSE-listed companies lax in B-BBEE compliance – listen to SAFM’s – interview with Lianne Friedman.

The B-BBEE Commission says it will take action against non-complying JSE-listed companies. The amendment act requires JSE-listed companies to report on their compliance in terms of B-BBEE to the newly introduced commission. The format of reporting is yet to be prescribed but, given the requirement for public entities to do...

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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.

Press Release: Tenderpreneurs Phased Out

Tenderpreneurs Phased OutBy Keith Levenstein, CEO of EconoBEE – a B-BBEE advisory firm Tenderpreneurs are businesses whose sole mandate is to tender for business based on their BEE compliance status. The tenderpreneur then outsource that business to another business, usually a more competent business who has the required infrastructure to...


Nine industry sectors, representing more than half the economy, are at risk of becoming non BEE compliant when evaluated against the amended BEE codes that will be introduced on 1 May 2015. The sectors affected are construction, tourism, transport, forestry, accounting profession, ICT, agriculture, financial and property. Keith Levenstein, CEO...