It may take at least a year before the BEE commission is formed.
BEE has come a long way in South Africa since1994.
Economic transformation discussion goes with examining the legal framework put in place to open the way for participation of marginalized sectors.
Black diamonds confuse analysis of BEE success or failure.
Transforming education should be the next step towards South Africaâ€™s future, say analysts.
Although affirmative action is at times abused and unfairly used, it is still far from unnecessary. We just need to learn how to make it work.
The US Securities Exchange Commission will continue investigating the BEE deal plaguing the mining firm despite Michael Fleischer's abrupt departure.
Addressing economic equality legislation, Helen Zille has spoken out against coercive equity quotas, which she says the DA shouldn't support.
The latest changes to B-BBEE legislation stifle the economy as a whole and make things tough for small businesses.
The South African Human Rights Commission says it will investigate the South African Airways' cadet pilot programme on allegations of racism.
Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies says B-BBEE has been a success in SA despite acknowledging several problems with the empowerment plan.
The Democratic Alliance is taking flak for struggling to reconcile its non-racial philosophy with its newly trumpeted commitment to BEE.
Its decision not to write up its empowerment investigation raises yet more questions.
Several factors are stacked against new deals and businesses are taking a hard look at alternatives.
New legislation says companies should be fined at least 10% of sales for misrepresenting the measures they have undertaken to promote BEE.
Kelly Group, one of South Africa's largest recruitment agencies, is accused of swindling its black economic empowerment (BEE) partner, Ndaba Ekude.
Although Standard Bank got most of the attention for its empowerment deal, its insurance subsidiary, Liberty, formed a critical part of its scheme.
A decade after the advent of BEE, SA is still one of the most unequal countries in the world. Has BEE failed or is it a work in progress? We discuss.
Empowerment advocates are disappointed by the state's preference for mediation over punishment.