1. Articles in category: Supplier Diversity

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    1. SAA deal to open doors for black-owned businesses

      Explore iol.co.za (May 19 2015)

      SAA deal to open doors for black-owned businesses

      The Black Business Council has welcomed South African Airways’ pledge to make half of its R20-billion procurement budget available to empowerment enterprises by the end of 2018, saying this should lead to more opportunities for the successful businesses.

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      Mentions:   Johannesburg

    2. Dti launches handbook to help business incubators

      Explore SA News (May 18 2015)

      Dti launches handbook to help business incubators

      An incubator establishment handbook has been launched to help improve the quality of applications for the establishment of business incubators in South Africa.

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      Mentions:   South Africa   Gauteng   Pretoria

    3. DTI to focus on compliance as yet more products designated for localisation

      Explore MiningWeekly.com (May 11 2015)

      DTI to focus on compliance as yet more products designated for localisation

      The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) has announced a further set of product designations for local procurement by the public sector and has indicated that efforts will be stepped up during 2015 to improve compliance across all government departments and State-owned companies (SoCs).

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      Mentions:   Department of Trade and Industry   National Treasury   Rob Davies

    4. Telkom to nurture entrepreneurs through new full-spectrum programme

      Explore Engineering News (May 7 2015)

      Telkom to nurture entrepreneurs through new full-spectrum programme

      Information and communications technology (ICT) major Telkom on Thursday unveiled its new R100-million plus programme to incubate and develop starting up and existing entrepreneurs and small, medium-sized and microenterprises (SMMEs). The ‘FutureMakers’ programme would bolster enterprise and supplier business development at scale, offering SMMEs access to much-needed funding, business development opportunities, all-important access to technology, long-term support and mentoring and access to incubators and innovation hubs.

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      Mentions:   Microsoft   SAP   South Africa

    5. Government clear on implementation of B-BBEE Act

      Explore SA News (May 6 2015)

      Government clear on implementation of B-BBEE Act

      There is no confusion regarding the implementation of the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Act, says the Department of Trade and Industry (dti).

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      Mentions:   Department of Trade and Industry   Pretoria   Rob Davies

    6. Preparing the way for more entrepreneurs

      Explore BDlive (Apr 15 2015)

      Preparing the way for more entrepreneurs

      Enterprise development expert says introduction of the empowering supplier status measure in the amended BEE codes will create new levels of opportunity, writes Stephen Timm

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      Mentions:   India   Brazil   Russia

    7. The importance of skills development and the new BBBEE Codes

      Explore Polity.org.za (Apr 8 2015)

      The importance of skills development and the new BBBEE Codes

      How will an organisation’s upcoming skills development submission impact on its future BBBEE ratings and what steps can be taken to maximise their scores in this element?

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    8. New rules on cards for State entities

      Explore iol.co.za (Apr 5 2015)

      New rules on cards for State entities

      New legislation aimed at strengthening governance to ensure that all state-owned enterprises (SOEs) function more effectively and efficiently is on the cards, according to the Minister of Public Enterprises, Lynne Brown.

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      Mentions:   Johannesburg   Transnet   Eskom

    9. Tender flaws in spotlight at first open sitting

      Explore BDlive (Apr 2 2015)

      Tender flaws in spotlight at first open sitting

      THE Gauteng government’s first open tender sitting got off to a tense start on Wednesday when the provincial department of roads was challenged on flaws in its tender advertising and the vetting of bidders.

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      Mentions:   Johannesburg   Gauteng   National Treasury

    10. Transformation slow in mining sector

      Explore iol.co.za (Mar 31 2015)

      Transformation slow in mining sector

      The majority of companies in South Africa’s vast mining sector have not met their transformation responsibilities in the ten years to 2014, Mineral Resources Minister Ngoako Ramatlhodi said on Tuesday.

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      Mentions:   South Africa   Pretoria

    11. New automotive centre set to transform economy

      Explore SA News (Mar 24 2015)

      New automotive centre set to transform economy

      The new Automotive Incubation Centre at Nissan, which will be launched on Wednesday, is expected to radically transform the economy.

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      Mentions:   South Africa   Nissan   Gauteng

    12. Setting Standards for Mining Sourcing - Anglo American Initiative | by Kate Ferreira

      Explore MarketSqr Blog (Mar 18 2015)

      Setting Standards for Mining Sourcing - Anglo American Initiative | by Kate Ferreira

      This standard-setting work from Anglo American is now informing an industry-wide programme through a partnership with the Chamber of Mines. “Anglo were the first to start doing this, but what we found as we engaged with other mining companies like Anglo Gold Ashanti is that they were also starting something similar,” says Ramlochan.

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      Mentions:   South Africa   BHP Billiton

    13. Prasa’s railway spend ‘will create black industrialists’, says CEO

      Explore BDlive (Mar 12 2015)

      Prasa’s railway spend ‘will create black industrialists’, says CEO

      Prasa CEO Lucky Montana says small black businesses will get a role in the manufacturing of 580 train-sets to be built in South Africa up to 2035

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      Mentions:   South Africa   Gauteng

    14. Radical economic transformation

      Explore SA News (Mar 9 2015)

      Radical economic transformation

      When President Jacob Zuma addressed the inaugural meeting of the Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment Council (B-BBEE Council) this week, he put emphasis on the urgency of implementing our economic policies so as to effectively transform its structure and that it reflects the country’s demographic.

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      Mentions:   South Africa   Jacob Zuma   Pick n Pay

    15. South Africa has enough scope to procure locally

      Explore Engineering News (Mar 3 2015)

      South Africa has enough scope to procure locally

      There was enough scope in South Africa to make local procurement of goods and services feasible, Shanduka Black Umbrellas COO Seapei Mafoyane said during the Proudly South Africa Buy Local Summit and Expo, in Sandton, recently.

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      Mentions:   Africa   South Africa

    16. Funding not an SME inhibitor – Absa

      Explore Engineering News (Mar 3 2015)

      Funding not an SME inhibitor – Absa

      The failure of one in seven small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) within the first year of operation was not a result of a lack of access to funding, asserted Absa South Africa head of business banking Happy Ralinala.

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      Mentions:   Africa   South Africa   Absa

    17. New measures to support SMMEs

      Explore SA News (Feb 24 2015)

      New measures to support SMMEs

      The South African government has set aside 30% of all government contracts to support small businesses and co-operatives in a bid to boost township and rural economies.

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      Mentions:   South Africa   National Treasury   Cape Town

    18. SA 2015 Budget in the Spotlight - Impact on Procurement | by Kate Ferreira

      Explore MarketSqr Blog (Feb 13 2015)

      SA 2015 Budget in the Spotlight - Impact on Procurement | by Kate Ferreira

      On 25 February 2015, South Africa's Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene gave his first full budget speech since taking up the position. The minister faced a hard task – reducing the budget deficient and balancing the needs of a developing country in a time of reduced economic growth.

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      Mentions:   Africa   South Africa   KPMG

    19. Treasury calls for reform of public sector procurement, SCM practises

      Explore Engineering News (Feb 4 2015)

      Treasury calls for reform of public sector procurement, SCM practises

      Noting that the South African public sector spent an “enormous” R500-billion on goods and services and construction works in the 2013/14 fiscal period, National Treasury has called for various reforms of government’s strategic sourcing, procurement and supply chain management (SCM) practises.

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      Mentions:   National Treasury

    20. Nampower to start building gas-fired plant

      Explore iol.co.za (Jan 30 2015)

      Nampower to start building gas-fired plant

      Namibia Power Corporation, the state-owned utility planning a $300 million gas-fired electricity plant venture, says construction will start before mid year.

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      Mentions:   The World Bank   Namibia

    21. Minister urges private sector to help SMEs

      Explore BDlive (Jan 11 2015)

      Minister urges private sector to help SMEs

      Appeal comes at the opening of the Cape Town hub of Anglo American and De Beer’s Zimele Enterprise Development

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      Mentions:   Gauteng   Cape Town

    22. Women entrepreneurs: networks and diversity matter | by Kate Ferreira

      Explore MarketSqr Blog (Dec 10 2014)

      Women entrepreneurs: networks and diversity matter | by Kate Ferreira

      At the end of November, the local chapter of WEConnect – a global voluntary organisation of women-owned enterprises – held an event to celebrate their first full year of presence in SA, and the guests of honour where budding women business owners.

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      Mentions:   Africa   BHP Billiton

    23. Mineral Resources on mining charter and...

      Explore Polity.org.za (Dec 2 2014)

      Mineral Resources on mining charter and...

      In a move that seeks to bridge the growth gap between the mining companies and the Small, Medium and Micro Enterprises (SMMEs) in the North West province, the Department of Mineral Resources in collaboration with the North West Provincial Government held a one day workshop at Rustenburg Civic Centre, Bojanala Platinum District.

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    24. Enhancing the International Competitiveness of SMEs Through Innovation

      Explore allAfrica.com (Nov 28 2014)

      Enhancing the International Competitiveness of SMEs Through Innovation

      The ITC assists enterprises in exploring new markets and entering value chains

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      Mentions:   Africa   Google   Namibia

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