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Political shifts threaten BEE
Political shifts threaten BEE
Black business is going into this election more politically diverse than it has been since the end of apartheid, writes Ferial Haffajee.
In reverse gear
In reverse gear
The BEE -- KPMG 2008 survey shows that companies not only slowed but actually regressed in implementing BEE codes, writes Lynley Donnelly.
BEE: Where is thy sting in 2009?
BEE: Where is thy sting in 2009?
As the year unfolds, BEE and employment equity are the most contested terrains. Here's a snap-shot of where political parties stand on the issues.
Black managers key to culture shift
Black managers key to culture shift
With the new year come interesting challenges for transformation in the financial services sector.
The great ownership debate
The great ownership debate
The financial sector faces a legal quandary, writes Maya Fisher-French.
A 'patchy' report card
A 'patchy' report card
Lynley Donnelly assesses the financial sector's delivery in relation to the charter.
Power that delivers
Power that delivers
A joint venture illustrates how BEE partnerships can be implemented successfully, writes Maya Fisher-French.
Transformation beyond gimmicks
Transformation beyond gimmicks
Broad-based BEE has an educational value among the public because it generates an interest in the stock exchange and what companies do.
'We need to focus on agriculture finance'
'We need to focus on agriculture finance'
Cas Coovadia, managing director of the Banking Association of South Africa, talks to the Mail & Guardian about the industry's progress.
'There is a need to raise financial awareness'
'There is a need to raise financial awareness'
Lerato Mametse, deputy chief executive of the Life Offices' Association, talks about the progress of the LOA in terms of the financial sector charter.

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