What Is B-BBEE?

From Ideate Mon Dec 3 2012, 01:00:28

The B-BBEE Act defines black people as South African citizens from African, Coloured & Indian ethnic groupings. In pre-1994 South Africa this majority of citizens were excluded from effective participation in economic activities based on race. No economy can grow by excluding any part of its people and an economy that is not growing cannot [...] Related posts:

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