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Abstract The majority blacks in South Africa were systematically excluded from meaningful participation in the economic life of the country during the apartheid era from to More specifically, the blacks were deprived of ownership in industrial firms and denied responsible positions in the private as well as the public sectors.
To address this injustice, the South African government introduced the policy of Black Economic Empowerment BEE in the aftermath of the collapse of the apartheid regime in This paper investigates the impact of the BEE policy on the businesses in South Africa by reviewing four case studies.
The companies covered in three of the four case studies and managers surveyed in the fourth reported different challenges in implementing BEE while at the same a number of commonalities were also found.
This paper concludes with a discussion of the challenges and commonalities in implementing BEE in South Africa. Black economic empowerment and economic performance in South Africa.
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We see transformation as an opportunity for further growth and development in line with the Broad-based Black Economic Empowerment Act, the Employment Equity Act and the ICT Charter.
the dti Gender & Women’s Empowerment Unit ii FOREWORD SA Government, Fast Tracking Womens Economic Empowerment through the dti and beyond. The performance of the South African economy over the past year has strengthened our capacity.
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