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BEE certificate applications to be processed at FNB

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Through a partnership with Empowerdex , FNB Business will be processing applications for Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) certificates through the Bank’s online banking channel.
Sanjeev Orie, CEO of Value-Adds at FNB Business , described the online application process as “ quick, easy and requires that the applicant has all the necessary documentation”.
He went on to say, “This is an exciting development because we are effectively minimising the administrative burden of obtaining BEE certificates, through a fast, cost-effective and efficient application process. BEE certification is a key imperative for most businesses operating in South Africa; therefore, our aim is to accelerate the process through a reliable and user-friendly channel.”

On his organisation’s behalf, Andile Kungwayo, Empowerdex’s Divisional Manager, said:.“This is an exciting partnership because it gives us another platform to efficiently provide a necessary service to South Africa’s businesses. We believe that the joint venture is in line with our mission to provide support to both the public and private sectors in accelerating broad-based black economic empowerment in the country.”

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6 Responses to “BEE certificate applications to be processed at FNB”

  1. samuel says:

    I want to apply for a BEE certificate

    • Saki Mabhele says:

      Kindly call Edge Verifications Inc. on 011- 403 3091 or purchase a copy of Transform SA journal at CNA or Exclusive Books there is a list of verification agencies that we publish every quarter.

  2. obed modiba says:

    i am asking information to register bee certificate pls help my cell is 071298 5999

  3. Solomon says:

    I want to apply for a bee certificate pls advice me how to do it with u

  4. Clement Ratau says:

    Can I go to any fnb branch to apply for bee certificate and how much it will cost and how long it will take?

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