Is B-BBEE Really Benefiting Its Intended Target Market?

From Ideate Mon Nov 12 2012, 06:00:10

The term Black Economic Empowerment conjures up many positive and negative feelings for various reasons. South Africa's government initiated Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) in a bid to redress the inequalities of the past and empower the South African people. The programme has evolved significantly over the years and, while positive in many respects, has [...] Related posts:

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