BEE blog

I received a message from Zainab, a bright young person, who is blogging about BEE.  I just took a quick look at this very clean looking blog with some useful information to guide you through the BEE maze.

Zainab’s latest post deals with BEE Codes:

The Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment Act 53 of 2003, made the concept of BEE an official policy. However, it is the BEE Codes of Good Practice that will breathe life into BEE. The Codes deal with the actual implementation of BEE – the how to.

The Codes of Good Practice have been divided into two Phases. Each phase deals with different elements of BEE. The First Phase of the Codes have been finalised, we now await the Second Phase to be finalised. While the Codes of Good Practice are easy to understand and will not pose much of a problem when practically applying them, there still remain some nebulous areas. The Department of Trade and Industry (dti) issued the Second Phase of the Codes and invited public comment so that those unclear or ambiguous areas may be cleared up. The public comment phase closed on the 31st of March 2006. The dti are now engaged in consultation with all those entities or individuals who made submissions to the dti regarding the Codes. Once this has been completed it is expected that the dti may make some changes and thereafter the Codes will finally be gazetted.

I am definitely bookmarking this blog.

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Paul
Enthusiast, marketing strategist, writer, and photographer. Passionate about my wife, Gina and #proudDad. Allergic to stupid

  1. Imagine my surprise when I visited your blog today and saw a whole entry dedicated to my blog entry! Well, thank you very much for that. I have decided to discuss each element separately in the blog to avoid confusion but I kept getting comments about people not knowing how BEE works and where it came from so the initial discussions relate to the concept and places the matter in context. I must thank you for giving me the idea of starting a blog. I think it was the very same day that you suggested it that I was busy typing away in my newly established blog. Thanks again. Look forward to your many interesting posts.
    PS. I was a Witsie and when I read your post about you being a lecturer there I was very pleased. You seem to be very approachable and the best thing a law student needs is an approachable lecturer!! Best of luck…

  2. Imagine my surprise when I visited your blog today and saw a whole entry dedicated to my blog entry! Well, thank you very much for that. I have decided to discuss each element separately in the blog to avoid confusion but I kept getting comments about people not knowing how BEE works and where it came from so the initial discussions relate to the concept and places the matter in context. I must thank you for giving me the idea of starting a blog. I think it was the very same day that you suggested it that I was busy typing away in my newly established blog. Thanks again. Look forward to your many interesting posts.
    PS. I was a Witsie and when I read your post about you being a lecturer there I was very pleased. You seem to be very approachable and the best thing a law student needs is an approachable lecturer!! Best of luck…

  3. Imagine my surprise when I visited your blog today and saw a whole entry dedicated to my blog entry! Well, thank you very much for that. I have decided to discuss each element separately in the blog to avoid confusion but I kept getting comments about people not knowing how BEE works and where it came from so the initial discussions relate to the concept and places the matter in context. I must thank you for giving me the idea of starting a blog. I think it was the very same day that you suggested it that I was busy typing away in my newly established blog. Thanks again. Look forward to your many interesting posts.
    PS. I was a Witsie and when I read your post about you being a lecturer there I was very pleased. You seem to be very approachable and the best thing a law student needs is an approachable lecturer!! Best of luck…

  4. Imagine my surprise when I visited your blog today and saw a whole entry dedicated to my blog entry! Well, thank you very much for that. I have decided to discuss each element separately in the blog to avoid confusion but I kept getting comments about people not knowing how BEE works and where it came from so the initial discussions relate to the concept and places the matter in context. I must thank you for giving me the idea of starting a blog. I think it was the very same day that you suggested it that I was busy typing away in my newly established blog. Thanks again. Look forward to your many interesting posts.
    PS. I was a Witsie and when I read your post about you being a lecturer there I was very pleased. You seem to be very approachable and the best thing a law student needs is an approachable lecturer!! Best of luck…

  5. A new BEE blog

    I subscribe to a local blog about BEE and run by Zainab (I mentioned his blog a while back).  He has just published a post about another blog about BEE run by Paul Janisch which is definitely worth subscribing to….

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