broad-based black economic empowerment

Opening remarks by President Cyril Ramaphosa for meeting with the Black Business Council

President of the Black Business Council, Mr Sandile Zungu, CEO of the Black Business Council, Mr Kganki Matabane, Leaders from business and Industry Ladies and Gentlemen, Allow me...

Black Economic Empowerment Codes of Good Practice

The government's Codes of Good Practice for black economic empowerment aim to bring an end to uncertainty over BEE deals while boosting South Africa's economic growth.

Indaba wants more women in management

Tourism Minister Tokozile Xasa aims to get 30% female representation in management in the tourism sector over the next five years. WiT 30in5 was...

State of the Nation Address 2017: full speech

In his State of the Nation Address, President Jacob Zuma declared 2017 the year of Oliver Reginald Tambo, who would have been 100 had...

South Africa: open for business

South Africa has enormous potential as an investment destination, offering a unique combination of highly developed first world economic infrastructure with a vibrant emerging market economy.

IBM South Africa invests in skills, education

With its R700-million, 10-year equity equivalent investment programme, IMB South Africa will work with the Department of Trade and Industry to build a research hub at Wits University, as well as foster enterprise development and grow deep skills in the country.

Coega keeps top empowerment status

The Coega Development Corporation, which runs the industrial development zone in Nelson Mandela Bay, has met all its requirements and has a Level 1 broad-based black economic empowerment status. It is also a value adding supplier, which boosts its clients' scorecard.

Coega keeps top empowerment status

The Coega Development Corporation, which runs the industrial development zone in Nelson Mandela Bay, has met all its requirements and has a Level 1 broad-based black economic empowerment status. It is also a value adding supplier, which boosts its clients' scorecard.

Historical issues are hampering transformation: Zuma

Policies that help create black industrialists in townships and rural areas need to be the focus of the newly appointed Black Economic Empowerment Council, President Jacob Zuma said at the council's inaugural session held at Tuynhuys in Cape Town on Tuesday.

Radical transformation is necessary: Zuma

In a response to a two-day debate on his State of the Nation address, President Jacob Zuma said industrialisation, boosting agriculture and manufacturing, as well as adding value to the country's mineral wealth, would help open up economic participation to all who live in South Africa.