Clarifying any uncertainty around criteria for racial classification in terms of the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Act (B-BBEE Act).
Understanding the role of Non-Profit Organisations (NPOs) specifically in the context of B-BBEE compliance and the benefits for corporates that engage into Socio-Economic Development activities.
Looking at the different ways in which a person can become a SA citizen and the importance of Citizenship and Black Ownership points on the BEE Scorecard.
Looking at the salient points of the revised draft of the Chartered Accountancy Profession Sector Code (CAPSC) which was published for public commentary and input (Government Gazette 42417).
An in-depth overview of the taxation and accounting of Supplier, Enterprise and Socio-Economic Development contributions in respect of B-BBEE measured entities and the recipients.
Gaining a better understanding of initiatives such as Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment that aim to advance our society and uplift the citizens of South Africa.
Reviewing the Youth Employment Service or YES programme and its benefits for businesses and the youth in South Africa.
An in-depth review of the the main statutory requirements for criminal conviction of a B-BBEE fronting offence.
Looking at why Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) collective ownership programmes/scheme(s) are beneficial for black people?
Concentrating on other criminal statutory offences relating to BEE fronting and the penalties and sanctions prescribed by the B-BBEE Act of 2003 as amended for these offences.
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YES programme participation can assist qualifying businesses to enhance their overall B-BBEE status with up to 2 levels.