(Broad-Base Black Economic Empowerment)
As champions of sustainable business, we at ContinuitySA are committed to B-BBEE as a strategic discipline for business success and overall economic and social prosperity.
- We’ve been formally assessed against the ICT Sector based Codes of by Smith and Smith Accountants and have achieved a rating of Level 4 and the status of Value-Adding Supplier
- This means our clients may count 100% of spend with us towards Preferential Procurement
- We turn over more than R35m per year which means we are not an EME (Emerging Micro Enterprise) or a QSE (Qualifying Small Enterprise)
- We are not more than 50% Black Owned
- We are not more than 30% Black Female Owned
Favourable payment terms
In terms of our Preferential Procurement and Enterprise Development policies (which are in line with codes 500 and 600 of the ICT Sector Code) ContinuitySA have decided to implement favourable payment terms for selected ICT sector based Small and Medium Size Enterprises (SMMEs) as categorised below:
- Businesses which are at least 50.1% owned by black persons;
- Businesses which are at least 25.1% owned by black women; and
- Businesses with at least 5% shareholding stake held by black persons with disabilities.
Businesses meeting the criteria outlined above are eligible for our favourable payment terms. If so, please enquire with our Human Resources department on 0115548000 or click here to fill in our contact form.
- Download our BEE Certificate (771 KB)
To be the industry benchmark for B-BBEE.
To achieve a Level 4 against the Codes of Good Practice by June 2012
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