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B-BBEE Advisory Council Seeks Members

November 20, 2019

Department of Trade and Industry

20 November 2019

The Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Advisory Council (B-BBEEAC) seeks members.

The trade and industry department published the call for nominations in Government Gazette 42847.

The B-BBEEAC flows from Section 4 of the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Act.

Functions include advising government on black economic empowerment; reviewing progress in achieving black economic empowerment; advising on draft codes of good practice; advising on the development, amendment or replacement of the strategy referred to in section 11 of the act and advising on draft transformation charters.

Successful nominees will serve a five-year term.

Nominations are invited within four weeks of the date of publication.

Self-nominations will not be considered.

The department specified that nominations should set out the “appropriate expertise of the nominee and how she/he will contribute to representivity of different constituencies, including trade unions, business, community-based organisations and academics”.