The Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment (B -BBEE) Commission's annual conference, which will focus on state procurement, grants, incentives, licensing and concessions as a means to achieve real economic transformation and provide black people with access to opportunities.
The event is primarily aimed at accounting, procurement and chief operating officers in all spheres of government, state owned entities and the private sector. The event provides a discussion platform to improve the effectiveness of state procurement to achieve the objectives of the B-BBEE Act.
|Mr Willie Mathebula||Acting Chief Procurement Officer, National Treasury||Alignment of government processes with B-BBEE and extent of implementation by government entities.||Read here|
|Ms Tsakani Ratsela||Deputy Auditor-General, Auditor-General of South Africa||Challenges that organs of state and public entities face in meeting the requirements for B-BBEE||Read here|
|Mr Takalani Tambani||Chief Director: Black Industrialist Programme, the dti||Advancing black ownership through the Black Industrialist Programme||Read here|
|Ms Khosi Mdletshe||Director BEE Compliance, KZN Department of Economic Development Tourism and Environmental Affairs||Trends on small and medium size black owned enterprises that have benefited from state funding||Read here|
|Ms Tanya Cohen||Chief Executive Officer, Business Unity South Africa||Business approach to black economic transformation||Read here|
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