The BEE scorecard encourages businesses to push for economic growth, specifically focusing on people of colour in South Africa. It is based on the concept of offering incentives through additional business. Economic growth begins with skills development involving training and hands on development through employment equity and the development of new business.
Navigating complex BEE requirements to ensure compliancy can be a tricky process for many businesses. Since the implementation of BEE in 2003, there have been many high-profile cases of companies found to have faked their BEE credentials and many who have failed their verification audits for other reasons.
Is there a congruence between the concepts of B-BBEE, Employment Equity and Affirmative Action? There is indeed such a link; in fact, consider Affirmative Action an initiative that requires tools for implementation, where the B-BBEE Act and Codes of Good
The Commissioner for the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) Commission, Zodwa Ntuli addressed media on Wednesday saying that job creation would be easily achieved if companies were B-BBEE compliant. As per EngineeringNews.co.za, Ntuli gave an overview of the commission’s
LFP Training’s team spends a lot of time educating businesses on the benefits of BEE As an entrepreneurial venture, the company understands that you have worked hard to build your brand and as such, BEE should strengthen your position the
LFP Training has joined the WP Rugby fold as an associate sponsor of the DHL Stormers and DHL Western Province The Strategic Training company joins title sponsors DHL and fellow associate sponsors in standing together with Western Province Rugby. The
Minister of Women in the Presidency and ANC Women’s League President commends LFP Training for its contribution to education in South Africa LFP Training saw a visit by esteemed Minister of Woman and ANC Women’s League President, Bathabile Dlamini to
If your B-BBEE scorecard does not reflect your best efforts, then it may be time to revise your policy, re-acquaint yourself with the legislation and change your approach The B-BBEE Act that was promulgated in 2003 (and amended in 2013)
Each of our swimmers received a medal and a new Africa record! The team has made history at the 9th edition of the Down Syndrome World Swim Champs – bringing home 3 gold, 8 silvers and 7 bronze medals. What’s
The B-BBEE Act and EE Act on their own cannot provide Black South Africans with a foothold in business When the Employment Equity Act was promulgated in 1998 the concept of affirmative action was cemented in the consciousness of South
LFP Training gives youth the head-start they need With youth month just past, LFP Training posed a challenge to corporates via its online platforms. Using a hashtag campaign, we looked to remind the private sector of its crucial role