AgriBEE Guidance Note: What sugar companies need to know about claiming levy contributions under BEE
The Amended AgriBEE Sector Code 2017, acknowledges the diversity and particularity of...Read More
We assist businesses in implementing BEE onwership transactions providing strategic guidance and support as well as comprehensive financial models.
When designing a BEE Ownership strategy for a company that forms part of a group, it is important to take into account the group structure.
Increasingly, companies are looking for partners with real business experience to help them be more relevant in South Africa.
Sale of Assets (Statement 102) allows you to improve your BEE Ownership by selling a commercial property (sale and leaseback), a business division or a subsidiary to a qualified Black investor. This may also be facilitated through the dtic’s Black Industrialists Programme (BIP) – a major creator of Black-owned and operated businesses that are at least 51% Black-owned.
Employee Share Ownership Plans (ESOPs) can address BEE Ownership, while aligning employees with the business owner’s interests. A well structured and executed ESOP can improve business performance by correctly incentivising staff and can also strengthen labour relations.
Broad-based ownership schemes help people who need it most – at a grassroots level. In doing so, your initiative enables B-BEE Ownership recognition and makes a real difference.
Background on Skills Development In an ideal world, the workforce should be fairly...Read More
After a long period of uncertainty, the Minister of Trade, Industry and Competition...Read More
We are dedicated to deliver transformation training, advisory and relevant content during the South African COVID-19 lockdown period.