Looking at a recent study of the total value created for beneficiaries through B-BBEE deals conducted by the 100 largest companies on the JSE.
Discussing the important role of the YES programme in South Africa, its qualifying criteria and how businesses can enhance their levels on the B-BBEE scorecard by incorporating YES.
Looking at various socio-economic development initiatives in which a company can assist a beneficiary (individual or entity) and become actively involved in the training and development of the less fortunate.
Looking at Enterprise and Supplier Development as an element of the B-BBEE scorecard in specific the description and purpose of its sub-elements.
Explaining the individual legal structures for businesses and their different consequences in terms of personal liability, taxes, admins costs etc.
Discussing the tax consequences for an ownership trust.
We look at the objectives of B-BBEE and the basic requirements for participants of B-BBEE trusts.
Summarising the highlights of the revised Draft Amendments to the B-BBEE Codes as announced in June 2018.
Looking at the objectives of the YES initiative and training programmes in the context of B-BBEE.
Looking at the proposed amendments to the B-BBEE Codes in general and in specific reference to enhanced recognition for black-owned businesses.
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YES programme participation can assist qualifying businesses to enhance their overall B-BBEE status with up to 2 levels.