14 November 2014 BY Super User

THE Coega Development Corporation (CDC) announced last week that it handed over certificates to 200 Small Macro Medium Enterprises (SMMEs) who took part in the Black Economic Empowerment Competitiveness Improvement Programme (BEECIP).

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28 October 2014 BY Nelli Stranden (freelancer)

FNB Business has announced a partnership with Empowerdex to process applications for Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) certificates through the Bank’s online banking channel. The online application process is quick, easy and requires that the applic

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21 October 2010 BY Julie Cunningham

 Response to MTN's Zakhele black economic empowerment offer "significantly exceeded expectations", the JSE-listed telecoms company said on Thursday. 

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28 April 2010 BY Julie Cunningham

What do you do with 9 000 pieces of art? You build a 5 000m² museum and put them on glorious display, of course.

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28 April 2010 BY Julie Cunningham

In one of the biggest equity-equivalent deals seen in South Africa to date, Microsoft is to invest almost half-a-billion rand in the local software industry over the next seven years as part of the company's broad-based black economic empowerment (B

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24 February 2009 BY Lindy Mtongana

The Adopt-A-Schools Foundation, which aims to improve education infrastructure in rural areas in South Africa, has been named a key beneficiary in Grindrod's R247 million Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment deal. 

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12 June 2008 BY Lindy Mtongana

Barloworld has announced a R2.4 billion black ownership deal which will see 10% of the international industrial brand’s shares being distributed to a broad-based grouping of beneficiaries.

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19 May 2008 BY Lindy Mtongana

South Africa's Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) initiative has been an important driver of domestic corporate activity such as mergers and acquisitions and private equity, says Moody's Investor Services.

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19 December 2007 BY Lindy Mtongana

Pamodzi Resources today announced the acquisition of a controlling interest in new uranium company. The transaction will create South Africa’s largest black-controlled uranium company. 

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12 October 2007 BY Lindy Mtongana

Petrochemicals group Sasol announced yesterday that it had sold 20 percent of its subsidiary Sasol Mining, to a mining company controlled by black women.

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