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In support of the BEE growth strategy – starting with skills development

According to The DTI, societies that have entrenched gender inequality or racially or ethnically defined wealth disparities are highly unlikely to be socially or politically stable as economic growth can easily worsen these issues.
No economy can grow by excluding any part of its community, and an economy that is not growing cannot integrate all of its citizens in a meaningful way.

So how can companies help The DTI to achieve its BEE goals?

The heart of the BEE process is essentially a growth strategy, targeting the South African economy’s weakest point: inequality.

1. Actively look at solutions to bring about change through skills development

2. Training employed- and unemployed candidates resulting in “RED SEAL” certificates.

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News: Diversify the Property Sector.

The South African property sector, remains characterised by racially based income and social services inequalities

According to the latest research released by the Property Sector Charter Council (PSCC), the public sector is not taking the active lead in the transformation of the property sector that is expected of it. The PSCC did point out, however, that it was based on limited submissions by the public sector.

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News: It’s still a struggle to do business as a black person with both the private sector and the government.

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