Revised Broad Based BEE codes

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Thursday, 18 October 2012  |  Comments

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Over the past 2 weeks there have been a lot of articles on the revised BEE codes, see below for some reading...

Transcend has been running morning sessions on the revised BBBEE codes and have more dates schedules for these sessions in November in Durban, Cape Town and Johannesburg.

The purpose of these sessions is to inform the public of the revised changes and the affect they could have on the companies BEE strategy.

Please join us for these sessions and lets put our comments forward to the dti, time is running out...

Articles on the BBBEE

Analysing South Africa's revised BEE structure...Political Analysis South Africa

What will the new version of the BBBEE structure have in store for the ... and the qualification criteria are also changes that have been implemented by the ...

The Citizen Online | New BEE codes for small business - Business ...
New BEE codes for small business ...

(DTI) published the intended revisions to the Codes of Good Practice on Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment.

Codes could bring BBBEE to a halt...BDlive

He will deny it, but a closer reading of the amended proposed BBBEE codes of good practice, gazetted on October 5, points in exactly that direction.

New BEE small business Codes...Citizen

At the beginning of October, the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) published ... The major changes relating to qualifying small enterprises include a ...

Summary of the revised BBBEE changes released for public comment

Minister Rob Davies and The dti, on the 2nd of October 2012 announced the release of the revised Broad Based BEE Codes of Good Practice for 60 day public ...

Politicsweb - BEE remains an imperative in SA - Rob Davies ...

Minister Davies was speaking at the launch of the revised Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Codes of Good Practice in Midrand, today.

Minister Rob Davies on Black Economic Empowerment Codes of good

The Minister of Trade and Industry, Dr Rob Davies says black economic empowerment remains an imperative in South Africa. Minister Davies was speaking at ...

 


 

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