CESA focuses on effective ethical leadership – ‘Our FUTURE is NOW!’

Consulting Engineers South Africa’s (CESA) newly appointed President, Neresh Pather, presented his presidential message and theme for the year at a function held in Johannesburg this morning.   Pather’s focus for the year will be on Effective Ethical Leadership with the Read the full story

Sanral appoints transformation manager

The South African National Roads Agency (Sanral) announced today that it has appointed Ismail Essa as Sanral’s Transformation Manager to report directly to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO). His appointment will take effect from 1 April 2017. Announcing the appointment, Read the full story

Small Business Development Minister reiterates Radical Economic Empowerment approach

Minister of Small Business Development, Lindiwe Zulu has reiterated and reaffirmed statements made by senior government leaders who spoke to the fact that change must happen in the economic landscape of South Africa. This she mentioned during the State of Read the full story

Lack of government entities’ cooperation hindering transformation – B-BBEE Commission

“It is extremely difficult to find a place for the so-called ‘once empowered always empowered’ in the situation where 20 years after the adoption of the Constitution of South Africa, so much disparity and economic divide exists; these were the Read the full story

Preferential Procurement Regulations revised by Treasury

National Treasury has revised the Preferential Procurement Regulations, 2017, which were gazetted on 20 January 2017. According to the National Treasury, the regulations were initially promulgated in 2001 and revised in 2011, making this the second revision since the initial Read the full story

State Power Utility uncompromising on transfor – mation commitment

Mining giants, Exxaro and Anglo American could be in for a rocky ride if Eskom’s threats are to be taken seriously. This comes after the state utility’s quarter update today. Eskom was responding to Exxaro’s restructuring of its black economic Read the full story

30% preferential procurement reservation for small black-owned businesses on the cards

Small, black-owned as well as women-owned companies are set to benefit from the Treasury’s proposed new preferential procurement guidelines that stipulate the reservation of 30% of all large government-issued subcontracts subcontracts should be reserved for them. According to the Treasury: Read the full story