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Black Economic Empowerment: Commentary, Legislation and Charters (BEE)



  • Format: Loose-leaf
  • ISBN: 0702171026PACK
  • Extent: Approx. 460 Pages
  • Published:
  • Category: Labour Law, Commercial Law

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R852.00



This publication seeks to make the relevant legislation of black economic empowerment accessible to an audience that extends far beyond the legal profession. The guide provides a useful commentary on the legislative framework regulating BEE, places legislation in its broader historical and social context, and outlines the government’s multi-faceted approach to the issue. The work is continuously updated to include new legislation and charters and codes of practice as these are developed, allowing readers to keep abreast of the unfolding empowerment framework. It provides a clear legal analysis of controversial issues.

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Commentary

  • Empowerment policies and strategies over the last 10 years 
  • Legislation: Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Act 53 of 2003
  • Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act 5 of 2000
  • Preferential Procurement regulations
  • Regulations in terms of the Public Finance Management Act 1 of 1999: Framework for Supply Chain Management
  • State Tender Board Act 86 of 1968
  • State Tender Board Act 86 of 1968: amendment to regulations in terms of Section 13

Policies and Guidelines

  • Strategy for Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment
  • Codes of Good Practice on BEE
  • Public-Private Partnerships
  • Property Sector
  • ICT Sector
    Policy Guidelines for the Issuance of a Supply Chain Management Framework in terms of Section 76(4)(c) of the PFMA
  • General Procurement Guidelines

Charters

  • Mining industry
  • Financial services
  • Petroleum and liquid fuels industry 
  • Forwarding and clearing industry
  • Maritime transport and service
  • Tourism sector
  • Media, advertising and communication sector
  • Construction sector
  • Agricultural sector
  • Property sector 

Index

  • Local and international investors
  • Business people
  • Trade unionists
  • Lawyers
  • Government departments
  • Academics 
  • Librarians
  • Consultants and advisors

Key Benefits

  • Places the Act within its legislative and policy context
  • Explains key concepts to the reader
  • Constantly updated to incorporate new developments
  • Contains commentary and actual text of relevant legal material

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This publication seeks to make the relevant legislation of black economic empowerment accessible to an audience that extends far beyond the legal profession. The guide provides a useful commentary on the legislative framework regulating BEE, places legislation in its broader historical and social context, and outlines the government’s multi-faceted approach to the issue. The work is continuously updated to include new legislation and charters and codes of practice as these are developed, allowing readers to keep abreast of the unfolding empowerment framework. It provides a clear legal analysis of controversial issues.

Click here to view the latest revision service update to this publication.

Commentary

  • Empowerment policies and strategies over the last 10 years 
  • Legislation: Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Act 53 of 2003
  • Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act 5 of 2000
  • Preferential Procurement regulations
  • Regulations in terms of the Public Finance Management Act 1 of 1999: Framework for Supply Chain Management
  • State Tender Board Act 86 of 1968
  • State Tender Board Act 86 of 1968: amendment to regulations in terms of Section 13

Policies and Guidelines

  • Strategy for Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment
  • Codes of Good Practice on BEE
  • Public-Private Partnerships
  • Property Sector
  • ICT Sector
    Policy Guidelines for the Issuance of a Supply Chain Management Framework in terms of Section 76(4)(c) of the PFMA
  • General Procurement Guidelines

Charters

  • Mining industry
  • Financial services
  • Petroleum and liquid fuels industry 
  • Forwarding and clearing industry
  • Maritime transport and service
  • Tourism sector
  • Media, advertising and communication sector
  • Construction sector
  • Agricultural sector
  • Property sector 

Index

  • Local and international investors
  • Business people
  • Trade unionists
  • Lawyers
  • Government departments
  • Academics 
  • Librarians
  • Consultants and advisors

Key Benefits

  • Places the Act within its legislative and policy context
  • Explains key concepts to the reader
  • Constantly updated to incorporate new developments
  • Contains commentary and actual text of relevant legal material

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