Impact of Amended Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) Codes on Chemicals Market in South Africa

Mandatory Ownership Element Along With Enterprise and Supplier Development to Incentivise New Supply Chain Models

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Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) is a specific government policy aimed at addressing the legacy of Apartheid by enhancing the participation of Black people in the South African economy. This transformational and legislative framework was first introduced in 2003 as the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Act (No. 53 of 2003) and has since undergone various iterations. The study investigates the most recent amendments to understand what changes have been made to the B-BBEE framework and how these impact the chemicals industry in South Africa.

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Impact of Amended Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) Codes on Chemicals Market in South AfricaExecutive SummaryKey FindingsKey Findings (continued)Study OverviewIntroductionMarket DefinitionsMarket Definitions (continued)Market Definitions (continued)Abbreviations and AcronymsAmendments to the B-BBEE Codes Amendments to the B-BBEE ActEmphasis on Priority PillarsEmphasis on Priority Pillars—OwnershipEmphasis on Priority Pillars—Ownership (continued)Emphasis on Priority Pillars—Ownership (continued)Emphasis on Priority Pillars—Enterprise and Supplier Development ElementEmphasis on Priority Pillars—Enterprise and Supplier Development Element (continued)Reducing the Number of Scorecard ElementsReducing the Number of Scorecard Elements (continued)Scorecard Point ReallocationOther AmendmentsCompliance Remains VoluntaryGeneric versus Sector CodesA Closer Look at QSEs and the Amended CodesHighlighted Changes to QSE ElementsHighlighted Changes to QSE Elements (continued)Highlighted Changes to QSE Elements (continued)Industry Insights into the Amended CodesThe Companies of InterestB-BBEE Scorecards for the 6 Listed SA Chemicals CompaniesCurrent versus Anticipated B-BBEE StatusMaintaining B-BBEE Status—Empowering SuppliersMaintaining B-BBEE Status—Empowering Suppliers (continued)Maintaining B-BBEE Status—51% Black Owned and 30% Black Women Owned CompaniesGrowth Challenges—Supplier PerspectiveWhat is the Value of a High B-BBEE Accreditation?Preferential Procurement—Old versus Amended Codes: Case Study ApproachPreferential Procurement Scorecard—Old CodesEnterprise Development Beneficiaries and Value-Adding Suppliers—Old CodesPreferential Procurement Scorecard—Amended CodesEstimation of the Procurement Targets—Old versus Amended CodesEstimation of the Procurement Targets—Old versus Amended Codes (continued)Estimation of the Procurement Targets—Old versus Amended Codes (continued)Estimation of the Procurement Targets—Old versus Amended Codes (continued)Conclusions and Strategic InsightsB-BBEE—A Potential Competitive AdvantageEnterprise and Supplier Development is Key to Attaining Attractive B-BBEE ScoresB-BBEE Downgrades Compounded by Supplier DowngradesEnterprise and Supplier Development—Opportunities for Supply Chain Alignment or IntegrationLegal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition: Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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