The BEE Chamber


the bee chamberThe BEE Chamber is made up of BBBEE Consultants and provides consulting services. The BEE Chambers assists individuals on their path in becoming a B-BBEE Practitioner. 

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Every June, the world unites to celebrate International Pride Month—a time dedicated to recognising the LGBTQIA+* community, reflecting on its history, and advocating for a more inclusive future. Countries across the globe participate in collective celebration with parades, events, and various activities that embody the spirit of pride. 

Kebalepile Matlhako, Transformation Specialist at The BEE Chamber unpacks the power of The Enterprise and Supplier Development (ESD) element of B-BBEE and the systematic issues faced by SMMEs. He also shares interventions suggested by The BEE Chamber to ensure a conducive environment for SMME's to thrive and contribute to SA's economic development.

On Saturday 27 April, SA commemorates Freedom Day. Ahead of the day which marks a new beginning and how far we've come since Apartheid days, Nonhlanhla Mahlaule at the BEE Chamber shares her story on how B-BBEE has paved the way for a more inclusive business landscape.

The B-BBEE landscape is ever evolving, making it difficult for companies to keep up and navigate this complex landscape. The BEE Chamber underscores the importance of the right partners.

Nadia Hattia, Senior Consultant at The BEE Chamber writes about the complexities of aligning with the right Codes of Good Practice in an entity. In the piece she unpacks some of the challenges and what to look at during the journey.

On 1 February 2024, new Draft Regulations were released, containing new Draft Sectoral Targets, and unpacking what businesses need to consider when setting goals. The public now has 90 days from release to comment on the Draft. 

As South Africa moves into 2024, the landscape of Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) is poised for significant shifts. The B-BBEE framework has been a cornerstone of Economic Transformation in our country, aiming to address historical imbalances and promote inclusive Economic Growth. 

Disability in the workplace is more than hiring people with disability but creating an inclusive environment where employees with disabilities have an equal opportunity to learn, to be compensated fairly and to succeed. In the below piece, Yuneal Padayachy Chief Support Officer at the BEE Chamber unpacks  the significant relationship between B-BEE and disability initiatives in order to create a more inclusive workforce in South Africa.

One of the biggest collective challenges South Africa is facing is the unemployment crisis. StatsSA’s latest figures show that a third (32.7%) of working-age people in South Africa are unemployed.

By 15 January 2023, businesses are required to submit their Employment Equity Reports outlining the progress they are making in implementing their Employment Equity Plans. Missing this deadline, as well as failing to implement the other duties outlined in the Act, could result in a R1.5m to 2% of turnover fine, depending on what the particular non-compliance is.




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