black economic empowerment

 
No big deal
No big deal
The value of black empowerment deals this year so far, as measured by Robin McGregor's Who Owns Whom, is less than half that of 2008.
Where BEE means growth
Where BEE means growth
If you wanted to have a frank and honest conversation about black economic empowerment (BEE), now is not the best time to do it.
A social plan for mining
A social plan for mining
Calls to mining companies by Mineral Resources Minister Susan Shabangu to provide communities with an effective stake in operations come against a...
The rich get richer...
The rich get richer...
Black Economic Empowerment and small business support, in the view of one owner operating in a rural area, does not serve to foster existing small...
'Great progress' in transforming financial sector
'Great progress' in transforming financial sector
Progress has been made in transforming the financial sector, the Banking Association of South Africa said on Wednesday.
Manyi vows to get tough over BEE
Manyi vows to get tough over BEE
The government will get tough on companies who do not comply with affirmative action and broad-based black economic empowerment laws, Labour Department director general Jimmy Manyi warned on Thursday....
It's not all milk and honey
It's not all milk and honey
Once again it strikes me how the headlines on the big black economic empowerment deals mislead. You can almost sympathise with Julius Malema when...
Watch out for the little guy
Watch out for the little guy
As the idling engine of the government's over-engineered broad-based BEE bus finally grinds into gear, experts fear that a group that was supposed...
Setting the tone for the future
Setting the tone for the future
I am banking on Ferial Haffajee to be forgiving if I am using her views in a Mail & Guardian article about empowerment in media in vain or...
Empowerment fund rescues distressed companies
Empowerment fund rescues distressed companies
Basic business skills remain the biggest hurdle for BEE businesses. This is what Philisiwe Buthelezi, chief executive of the National Empowerment...
A place where BEE is invisible
A place where BEE is invisible
Fort Beaufort, about 100km from Grahamstown in the Eastern Cape, is an example of a small town in a poor rural area where the mention of BEE is...
Empowerment war Simmers
Empowerment war Simmers
The ugly spat between junior miner Simmer & Jack (Simmers) and its empowerment partner Vulisango has revealed fault lines beneath the empowerment...

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