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Understanding BEE Scorecards

The B-BBEE (Broad Based BEE) Scorecard are guidelines to gauge a companies Empowerment score.

Gestalt offers your business customised, outcome-based BEE transformation & compliance, shaping B-BBEE into your competitive advantage. With this scoring system, we help organisations that conduct business in South Africa to achieve broad-based black economic empowerment (B-BBEE) transformation.

We have developed strategies that can turn your BEE scorecard compliance into a brand-edge over your competitors.

See below the different Score Cards for Different sectors in South Africa

Generic - Scorecards

General
General Generic Scorecard
Compliance Target
Scorecard Element Code Criteria Points %
Ownership 2.1 Voting rights:
2.1.1 Exercisable Voting Rights in the Entity in the hands of Black people 4 25%+1 vote
2.1.2 Exercisable Voting Rights in the Entity in the hands of Black women 2 10%
Voting Rights Subtotal 6
2.2 Economic Interest:
2.2.1 Economic Interest in the Entity to which Black people are entitled 4 25%
2.2.2 Economic Interest in the Entity to which Black women are entitled 2 10%
2.2.3 Economic Interest of any of the following Black natural people in the Measured Entity
2.2.3.1 Black designated groups; 3 3%
2.2.3.2 Black participants in Employee Share Ownership Programmes;
2.2.3.3 Black people in Broadbased Ownership Schemes;
2.2.3.4 Black participants in Cooperatives
2.2.4 New Entrants 2 2%
Economic Interest Subtotal 11
2.3 Realisation points:
2.3.1 Net Value 8 Refer to
Annexe C
Ownership Total 25
Management Control 2.1 Board participation:
2.1.1 Exercisable voting rights of black board members as a percentage of all board members 2 50%
2.1.2 Exercisable voting rights of black female board members as a percentage of all board members 1 25%
2.1.3 Black Executive directors as a percentage of all executive directors 2 50%
2.1.4 Black female Executive directors as a percentage of all executive directors 1 25%
2.2 Other Executive Management:
2.2.1 Black Executive Management as a percentage of all executive directors 2 60%
2.2.2 Black female Executive Management as a percentage of all executive directors 1 30%
Executive Management Subtotal 9
2.3 Senior Management:
2.3.1 Black employees in Senior Management as a percentage of all senior management 2 60%
2.3.2 Black female employees in Senior Management as a percentage of all senior management 1 30%
2.4 Middle Management:
2.4.1 Black employees in Middle Management as a percentage of all middle management 2 75%
2.4.2 Black female employees in Middle Management as a percentage of all middle management 1 38%
2.5 Junior Management:
2.5.1 Black employees in Junior Management as a percentage of all junior management 1 88%
2.5.2 Black female employees in Junior Management as a percentage of all junior management 1 44%
2.6 Employees with disabilities:
2.6.1 Black employees with disabilities as a percentage of all employees 2 2%
Employment Equity Subtotal 10
Management Control Total 19
Skills Development 2.1.1 Skills Development Expenditure on any programme specified in the Learning Programme Matrix for black people as a percentage of the Leviable Amount
2.1.1.1 Skills Development Expenditure on Learning Programmes specified in the Learning Programme Matrix for black people as a percentage of Leviable Amount. 6 3,5%
2.1.1.2 Skills Development Expenditure on Bursaries for Black Students at Higher Education Institutions 4 2,5%
2.1.1.3 Skills Development Expenditure on Learning Programmes specified in the Learning Programme Matrix for black employees with disabilities as a percentage of Leviable Amount. 4 0,3%
2.1.2 Learnerships, Apprenticeships, and Internships
2.1.2.1 Number of black people participating in Learnerships, Apprenticeships and internships as a percentage of total employees. 6 5,0%
Bonus Points
2.1.3 Number of black people absorbed by the Measured and Industry Entity at the end of the Internship, Learnership and Apprenticeship programme under Paragraph 2.1.2.1 5 100%
Skills Development Total 25
Enterprise and Supplier Development 2.1 PREFERENTIAL PROCUREMENT:
2.1.1 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Empowering Suppliers based on the B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 5 80%
2.1.2 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Empowering Suppliers that are Qualifying Small Enterprises based on the applicable B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend. Refer to Paragraph 3.9 Below. 3 15%
2.1.3 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Empowering Exempted Micro-Enterprises based on the applicable BBBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend. Refer to Paragraph 3.9 Below. 4 15%
2.1.4 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from Empowering Suppliers that are at least 51% Black Owned based on the applicable B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 11 50%
2.1.5 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from
Empowering Suppliers that are at least 30% Black Women Owned based on the applicable B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend
4 12%
Bonus Points
2.1.6 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from Empowering Designated Group Suppliers that are at least 51% Black Owned. 2 2%
Preferential Procurement Subtotal 29
2.2 SUPPLIER DEVELOPMENT:
2.2.1 Annual value of all Supplier Development Contributions made by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the target. 10 2% of
NPAT
2.3 ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT:
2.3.1 Annual value of Enterprise Development Contributions and Sector Specific
Programmes made by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the target.
5 1%ofNPAT
2.4 Bonus Points
2.4.1 Bonus point for graduation of one or more Enterprise Development beneficiaries to the Supplier Development level. 1
2.4.2 Bonus point for creating one or more jobs directly as a result of Supplier Development and Enterprise Development initiatives by the Measured Entity. 1
Enterprise and Supplier Development Subotal 17
Enterprise and Supplier Development Total 46
Socio-Economic Development Soci-Economic Development
Annual value of all Socio-Economic Development Contributions by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the target. 5 1% of NPAT
Socio-Economic Development Total 5
Total Scorecard 120


General Specialised

Specialised General Generic Scorecard
Compliance Target
Scorecard Element Code Criteria Points %
Management Control 4.1 Board participation:
4.1.1 Exercisable voting rights of black board members as a percentage of all board members 2 50%
4.1.2 Exercisable voting rights of black female board members as a percentage of all board members 1 25%
4.1.3 Black executive directors as a percentage of all executive directors 2 50%
4.1.4 Black female executive directors as a percentage of all executive directors 1 25%
4.2 Other Executive Management:
4.2.1 Black executive management as a percentage of all executive management 2 60%
4.2.2 Black female executive management as a percentage of all executive management 1 30%
Executive Management Subtotal 9
4.3 Senior Management:
4.3.1 Black employees in senior management as a percentage of all senior management 2 60%
4.3.2 Black female employees in senior management as a percentage of all senior management 1 30%
4.4 Middle Management:
4.4.1 Black employees in middle management as a percentage of all middle management 2 75%
4.4.2 Black female employees in middle management as a percentage of all middle management 1 38%
4.5 Junior Management:
4.5.1 Black employees in junior management as a percentage of all junior management 2 88%
4.5.2 Black female employees in junior management as a percentage of all junior management 1 1 44%
4.6 Employees with disabilities:
4.6.1 Black employees with disabilities as a percentage of all employees 2 2%
Employment Equity Subtotal 11
Management Control Total 20
Skills Development 5.1. Skills Development Expenditure on any programme specified in the Learning Programme Matrix for black people as a percentage of the Leviable Amount
5.1.1 Skills Development Expenditure on Learning Programmes specified in the Learning Programme Matrix for black people as a percentage of Leviable Amount. 9 6%
5.1.2 Skills Development Expenditure on Learning Programmes specified in the Learning Programme Matrix for black employees with disabilities as a percentage of Leviable Amount. 4 0,3%
5.2 Learnerships, apprenticeships and internships
5.2.1 Number of black people participating in learnerships, apprenticeships and internships as a percentage of total employees 6 2,5%
5.2.2 Number of black unemployed people participating in training specified in the learning programme matrix as a percentage of number of employees 6 2,5%
Bonus Points
5,3 Number of black people absorbed by the Measured Entity and Industry at the end of the learnership/ apprenticeship or internship programme 5 100%
Skills Development Total 30
Enterprise and Supplier Development 6.1 PREFERENTIAL PROCUREMENT:
6.1.1 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Empowering Suppliers based on the B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 5 80%
6.1.2 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Empowering Suppliers that are Qualifying Small Enterprises based on the applicable BBBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 4 15%
6.1.3 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Exempted Micro-Enterprises based on the applicable B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 5 15%
6.1.4 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from Empowering Suppliers that are at least 51% black owned based on the applicable B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 11 40%
6.1.5 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from Empowering Suppliers that are at least 30% black women owned based on the applicable B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 5 12%
6.1.6 Bonus Points
6.1.6.1 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from Designated Group suppliers that are at least 51% black owned 2 2%
Preferential Procurement Subtotal 32
6.2 SUPPLIER DEVELOPMENT:
6.2.1 Annual value of all Supplier Development Contributions made by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the target 15 2% of Net
Profit After
Tax
(NPAT) or
0,2%
Annual
Revenue/
Allocated
budget/
Gross
receipts/
Discretional
spend
6.3 ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT:
6.3.1 Annual value of Enterprise Development Contributions and Sector Specific Programmes made by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the target. 5 1% of
NPAT or
0,1%
Annual
revenue/
Allocated
budget/
Gross
receipts/
Discretional
spend
6.4 Bonus Points
6.4.1 Bonus point for graduation of one or more Enterprise Development beneficiaries to graduate to the Supplier Development level. 1
6.4.2 Bonus point for creating one or more jobs directly as a result of Supplier Development and Enterprise Development initiatives by the Measured Entity 1
Enterprise and Supplier Development Subotal 22
Enterprise and Supplier Development Total 54
Socio-Economic Development 7 Soci-Economic Development
7,1 Annual value of all Socio-Economic Development contributions by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the target. 5 1% of NPAT
or 0,1%
Annual
Revenue/
Allocated
budget/ Gross
receipts/
Discretional
spend
Socio-Economic Development Total 5
Total Scorecard 109


Construction – BEP

Construction – BEP Generic Scorecard
Compliance Target
Scorecard Element Code Criteria Points %
Ownership 2.1 Voting rights:
2.1.1 Exercisable Voting Rights in the Entity in the hands of Black People 5,5 32.5% (35% year 4)
2.1.2 Exercisable Voting Rights in the Entity in the hands of Black women. 2 10% (14% year 4)
Voting Rights Subtotal 7,5
2.2 Economic Interest:
2.2.1 Economic Interest in the Entity to which Black People are entitled. 5,5 32.5% (35% year 4)
2.2.2 Economic Interest in the Entity to which Black women are entitled. 2 10% (14% year 4)
2.2.3 Economic Interest of any of the following Black natural people in the Measured Entity:
2.2.3.1 Black Designated Groups; 3 5% (6% year 4)
2.2.3.2 Black Participants in Employee Share Ownership Programmes;
2.2.3.3 Black People in Broad-Based Ownership Schemes;
2.2.3.4 Black Participants in Cooperatives
2.2.4 Black New Entrants 5 6%
Economic Interest Subtotal 15,5
2.3 Realisation points:
2.3.1 Net Value 4 Refer to Annexe CSC100 (E)
2.4 Bonus Points (Modified Flow Through may not be applied here)
2.4.1 Exercisable Voting Rights in the Entity in the hands of Black People above 50% 1 Yes
2.4.2 Exercisable Voting Rights in the Entity in the hands of Black People above 75% 2 Yes
2.4.3 Exercisable Voting Rights in the Entity in the hands of Black Women above 50% 1 Yes
Ownership Total 31
Management Control 2.1 Board participation
2.1.1 Exercisable Voting Rights of black board members as a percentage of all board members 2,5 50%
2.1.2 Exercisable Voting Rights of black female board members as a percentage of all board members 1 20%
2.1.3 Black Executive Directors as a percentage of all Executive Directors 2,5 50%
2.1.4 Black female Executive Directors as a percentage of all Executive Directors 1 20%
Bonus Points
2.1.5 Exceeding the Target for Black Executive Directors in 2.1.3 above 1 >50%
2.1.6 Exceeding the Target for Black female Executive Directors in 2.1.4 above 1 >20%
2.2 Other Executive Management
2.2.1 Black Other Executive Management as a percentage of all Other Executive Management 2 60%
2.2.2 Black female other Executive Management as a percentage of all Other Executive Management 1 30%
Executive Management Subtotal 12
2.3 Senior Management
2.3.1 Black Employees in Senior Management as a percentage of all Senior Management 2 60%
2.3.2 Black female Employees in Senior Management as a percentage of all Senior Management 1 30%
2.4 Middle Management
2.4.1 Black Employees in Middle Management as a percentage at all Middle Management 1,5 75%
2.4.2 Black female Employees in Middle Management as a percentage of all Middle Management 1 30%
2.6 Employees with disabilities
2.6.1 Black Employees with Disabilities as a percentage of all office based Employees 0,5 2%
2.7 Black Professionals
2.7.1 Black professionally registered Employees as a percentage of all professionally registered Employees 2 50%
2.8 Bonus Points
2.8.1 Black Employees that are “youth” as defined by the National Youth Commission Act of 1996, as a percentage of all Employees using the Adjusted Recognition for Gender. 2 30%
Employment Equity Subtotal 10
Management Control Total 22
Skills Development 2.1.1 Skills Development Expenditure on any programme specified in the Learning Programme Matrix for Black People as a percentage of the Leviable Amount
2.1.1.1 Skills Development Expenditure on Black People as a percentage of the Leviable Amount. 7 2,0%
2.5% (year 3)
3% (year 5)
2.1.2 The proportion of Skills Development Expenditure on Black People by the Measured Entity using the Adjusted Recognition for Gender expended on the following categories of Black People:
2.1.2.1 African People ( as defined in the Stats SA EAP) 2 %Contribution of African People to EAP
2.1.2.2 Black Management (Executive, Senior and Middle management categories) 3 15%
2.1.2.3 Black Management (Junior management category) 1 10%
2.1.2.4 Bursaries or Scholarships for Black People. 4 15%
2.1.3 Learnerships, Apprenticeships, Internships and Professional Registration
2.1.3.1 Number of Black People participating in Category A, B, C or D learning programmes as per the Learning Programme Matrix, as a percentage of the total number of Employees. 4 2,5%
2.1.3.2 Number of Black Employees registered as candidates with industry professional registration bodies as a % of the total number of such registered Employees. 4 60%
2.1.3.3 Number of Black People with Disabilities on Category A, B, C, or D learning programmes as per the Learning Programme Matrix, as a percentage of black office based learners on those learning programmes. 1 5%
2.1.4 Mentorship
2.1.4.1 Implementation of an Approved and Verified Mentorship Programme (as per Annexe CSC300 C). 3 Yes
2.1.5 Bonus points
2.1.5.1 Percentage of Black People Absorbed by the Measured Entity at the end of a Category A, B, C or D learning programme. 1 100%
2.1.5.3 The number of Black Employees who registered as a Professional with industry Professional Bodies as a percentage of all Employees who registered as such in the Measurement Period 4 60%
Skills Development Total 34
PREFERENTIAL PROCUREMENT AND SUPPLIER DEVELOPMENT SCORECARD 2.1 PREFERENTIAL PROCUREMENT:
2.1.1 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Empowering Suppliers based on the B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 6 80%
2.1.2 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Empowering Suppliers that are Exempted Micro-Enterprises based on the applicable B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 3 20%
2.1.3 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Empowering Suppliers that are Qualifying Small Enterprises based on the applicable B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 2 10%
2.1.4 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from Empowering Suppliers that are at least 51% Black Owned based on the applicable B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 4 20%
2.1.5 BBEE Procurement Spend from Empowering Suppliers that are at least 35% Black Women Owned based on the applicable B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 3 12%
Bonus Points
2.1.6 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from Empowering Suppliers that are at least 51% owned by Black Designated Groups based on the applicable B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend. 2 20%
2.1.7 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from Empowering Suppliers that are at least 51% Black Women Owned based on the applicable B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 1 8%
Preferential Procurement Subtotal 21
2.2 SUPPLIER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES
2.2.1 Compliant Supplier and Contractor Development Programmes 4 Ann. CSC 400 ( C )
2.3 SUPPLIER DEVELOPMENT CONTRIBUTIONS
2.3.1 Annual value of all Qualifying Supplier Development Contributions made by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the Target. 4 3% of
NPAT
2.3.2 Annual value of all Qualifying Supplier Development Contributions towards 51% Black Women Owned entities made by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the Target. 1 20% of
value
in 2.3.1
Supplier Development Subotal 9
Preferential Procurement and supplier development Total 30
Socio-Economic Development Soci-Economic Development
2.4.1 Annual value of all Qualifying Socio-Economic Contributions by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the Target 4 1.25% of
NPAT
2.4.2 The portion of Qualifying Socio-Economic Contributions in 2.4.1 above spend on Communities with Limited Services. 1 30% of Target
in 2.4.1
Bonus Points
2.4.3 Annual value of contributions towards Structured SED Projects by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the Target 1 1.25% of
NPAT
Socio-Economic Development Total 6
Total Scorecard 123


Construction - Contractor

Construction – Contractor Generic Scorecard
Compliance Target
Scorecard Element Code Criteria Points %
Ownership 2.1 Voting rights:
2.1.1 Exercisable Voting Rights in the Entity in the hands of Black People 4,5 32.5% (35% year 4)
2.1.2 Exercisable Voting Rights in the Entity in the hands of Black women. 2 10% (14% year 4)
Voting Rights Subtotal 6,5
2.2 Economic Interest:
2.2.1 Economic Interest in the Entity to which Black People are entitled. 4,5 32.5% (35% year 4)
2.2.2 Economic Interest in the Entity to which Black women are entitled. 2 10% (14% year 4)
2.2.3 Economic Interest of any of the following Black natural people in the Measured Entity:
2.2.3.1 Black Designated Groups; 3 10% (12% year 4)
2.2.3.2 Black Participants in Employee Share Ownership Programmes;
2.2.3.3 Black People in Broad-Based Ownership Schemes;
2.2.3.4 Black Participants in Cooperatives
2.2.4 Black New Entrants 5 5%
Economic Interest Subtotal 14,5
2.3 Realisation points:
2.3.1 Net Value 6 Refer to Annexe CSC100 (E)
2.4 Bonus Points (Modified Flow Through may not be applied here)
2.4.1 Exercisable Voting Rights in the Entity in the hands of Black People above 50% 1 Yes
2.4.2 Exercisable Voting Rights in the Entity in the hands of Black People above 75% 2 Yes
2.4.3 Exercisable Voting Rights in the Entity in the hands of Black Women above 50% 1 Yes
Ownership Total 31
Management Control 2.1 Board participation
2.1.1 Exercisable Voting Rights of black board members as a percentage of all board members 3 50%
2.1.2 Exercisable Voting Rights of black female board members as a percentage of all board members 1 20%
2.1.3 Black Executive Directors as a percentage of all Executive Directors 2 50%
2.1.4 Black female Executive Directors as a percentage of all Executive Directors 1 20%
Bonus Points
2.1.5 Exceeding the Target for Black Executive Directors in 2.1.3 above 1 >50%
2.1.6 Exceeding the Target for Black female Executive Directors in 2.1.4 above 1 >20%
2.2 Other Executive Management
2.2.1 Black Other Executive Management as a percentage of all Other Executive Management 2 60%
2.2.2 Black female other Executive Management as a percentage of all Other Executive Management 1 30%
Executive Management Subtotal 12
2.3 Senior Management
2.3.1 Black Employees in Senior Management as a percentage of all Senior Management 2 60%
2.3.2 Black female Employees in Senior Management as a percentage of all Senior Management 0,5 30%
2.4 Middle Management
2.4.1 Black Employees in Middle Management as a percentage at all Middle Management 1 75%
2.4.2 Black female Employees in Middle Management as a percentage of all Middle Management 0,5 30%
2.5 Junior Management
2.5.1 Black Employees in Junior Management as a percentage of all Junior Management 1 88%
2.5.2 Black female Employees in Junior Management as a percentage of all Junior Management 0,5 35%
2.6 Employees with disabilities
2.6.1 Black Employees with Disabilities as a percentage of all office based Employees 0,5 2%
2.7 Black Professionals
2.7.1 Black professionally registered Employees as a percentage of all professionally registered Employees 2 50%
2.8 Bonus Points
2.8.1 Black Employees that are “youth” as defined by the National Youth Commission Act of 1996, as a percentage of all Employees using the Adjusted Recognition for Gender. 2 30%
Employment Equity Subtotal 10
Management Control Total 22
Skills Development 2.1.1 Skills Development Expenditure on any programme specified in the Learning Programme Matrix for Black People as a percentage of the Leviable Amount
2.1.1.1 Skills Development Expenditure on Black People as a percentage of the Leviable Amount. 4 2%
2.5% (year 3)
3% (year 5)
2.1.2 The proportion of Skills Development Expenditure on Black People by the Measured Entity using the Adjusted Recognition for Gender expended on the following categories of Black People:
2.1.2.1 African People ( as defined in the Stats SA EAP) 2 %Contribution of African People to EAP
2.1.2.2 Black Management (Executive, Senior and Middle management categories) 2 15%
2.1.2.3 Black Management (Junior management category) 1 10%
2.1.2.4 Bursaries or Scholarships for Black People. 2 15%
2.1.3 Learnerships, Apprenticeships, Internships and Professional Registration
2.1.3.1 Number of Black People participating in Category A, B, C or D learning programmes as per the Learning Programme Matrix, as a percentage of the total number of Employees. 3 2,5%
2.1.3.2 Number of Black Employees registered as candidates with industry professional registration bodies as a % of the total number of such registered Employees. 3 60%
2.1.3.3 Number of Black People with Disabilities on Category A, B, C, or D learning programmes as per the Learning Programme Matrix, as a percentage of black office based learners on those learning programmes. 1 5%
2.1.4 Mentorship
2.1.4.1 Implementation of an Approved and Verified Mentorship Programme (as per Annexe CSC300 C). 3 Yes
2.1.5 Bonus points
2.1.5.1 Percentage of Black People Absorbed by the Measured Entity at the end of a Category A, B, C or D learning programme. 1 100%
2.1.5.2 The number of black employees that completed a Mentorship Programme during the last 3 years (including the measurement period) that were promoted during the Measurement Period expressed as a percentage of all such employees during those 3 years. 2 15%
2.1.5.3 The number of Black Employees who registered as a Professional with industry Professional Bodies as a percentage of all Employees who registered as such in the Measurement Period 2 60%
Skills Development Total 26
PREFERENTIAL PROCUREMENT AND SUPPLIER DEVELOPMENT SCORECARD 2.1 PREFERENTIAL PROCUREMENT:
2.1.1 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Empowering Suppliers based on the B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 6 80%
2.1.2 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Empowering Suppliers that are Exempted Micro-Enterprises based on the applicable B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 3 15%
2.1.3 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Empowering Suppliers that are Qualifying Small Enterprises based on the applicable B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 3 15%
2.1.4 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from Empowering Suppliers that are at least 51% Black Owned based on the applicable B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 4 20%
2.1.5 BBEE Procurement Spend from Empowering Suppliers that are at least 35% Black Women Owned based on the applicable B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 3 12%
Bonus Points
2.1.6 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from Empowering Suppliers that are at least 51% owned by Black Designated Groups based on the applicable B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend. 3 20%
2.1.7 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from Empowering Suppliers that are at least 51% Black Women Owned based on the applicable B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 1 8%
Preferential Procurement Subtotal 23
2.2 SUPPLIER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES
2.2.1 Compliant Supplier and Contractor Development Programmes 5 Ann. CSC 400 ( C )
2.3 SUPPLIER DEVELOPMENT CONTRIBUTIONS
2.3.1 Annual value of all Qualifying Supplier Development Contributions made by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the Target. 8 3% of
NPAT
2.3.2 Annual value of all Qualifying Supplier Development Contributions towards 51% Black Women Owned entities made by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the Target. 2 20% of
value
in 2.3.1
Supplier Development Subotal 15
Preferential Procurement and supplier development Total 38
Socio-Economic Development Soci-Economic Development
2.4.1 Annual value of all Qualifying Socio-Economic Contributions by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the Target 4 1.25% of
NPAT
2.4.2 The portion of Qualifying Socio-Economic Contributions in 2.4.1 above spend on Communities with Limited Services. 1 30% of Target
in 2.4.1
Bonus Points
2.4.3 Annual value of contributions towards Structured SED Projects by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the Target 1 1.25% of
NPAT
Socio-Economic Development Total 6
Total Scorecard 123


ICT General

ICT General Generic Scorecard
Compliance Target
Scorecard Element Code Criteria Points %
Ownership 2.1 Voting rights:
2.1.1 Exercisable Voting Rights in the Entity in the hands of Black people 4 30%
2.1.2 Exercisable Voting Rights in the Entity in the hands of Black women 2 10%
Voting Rights Subtotal 6
2.2 Economic Interest:
2.2.1 Economic Interest in the Entity to which Black people are entitled 4 30%
2.2.2 Economic Interest in the Entity to which Black women are entitled 2 10%
2.2.3 Economic Interest of any of the following Black natural persons in the Measured Entity. NOTE: The maximum points that can be achieved by any of the following is limited to 3.
2.2.3.1 Black designated groups; 3 3%
2.2.3.2 Black participants in Employee Share Ownership Programmes;
2.2.3.3 Black people in Broad-based Ownership Schemes;
2.2.3.4 Black participants in Co-operatives
2.2.4 New Entrants 2 2%
Economic Interest Subtotal 11
2.3 Realisation points:
2.3.1 Net Value 8 Refer to Annexure 100 (E) As amended from time to time
Ownership Total 25
Management Control 2.1 Board participation:
2.1.1 Exercisable voting rights of black board members as a percentage of all board members 3 50%
2.1.2 Exercisable voting rights of black female board members as a percentage of all board members 2 25%
2.1.3 Black Executive directors as a percentage of all executive directors 2 50%
2.1.4 Black female Executive directors as a percentage of all executive directors 1 25%
2.2 Other Executive Management:
2.2.1 Black Executive Management as a percentage of all executive management 3 60%
2.2.2 Black female Executive Management as a percentage of all executive management 2 30%
Executive Management Subtotal 13
2.3 Senior Management:
2.3.1 Black employees in Senior Management as a percentage of all senior management 2 60%
2.3.2 Black female employees in Senior Management as a percentage of all senior management 1 30%
2.4 Middle Management:
2.4.1 Black employees in Middle Management as a percentage of all middle management 2 75%
2.4.2 Black female employees in Middle Management as a percentage of all middle management 1 38%
2.5 Junior Management:
2.5.1 Black employees in Junior Management as a percentage of all junior management 1 88%
2.5.2 Black female employees in Junior Management as a percentage of all junior management 1 44%
2.6 Employees with disabilities:
2.6.1 Black employees with disabilities as a percentage of all employees 2 2%
Employment Equity Subtotal 10
Management Control Total 23
Skills Development 2.1.1 Skills Development Expenditure on any program specified in the Learning Programmes Matrix for Black People as a percentage of the Leviable Amount:
2.1.1.1 Skills Development Expenditure on Learning Programmes specified in the Learning Programmes Matrix for Black People as a percentage of Leviable Amount 8 6%
2.1.1.2 Skills Development Expenditure on Learning Programmes specified in the Learning Programmes Matrix for Black People with disabilities as a percentage of Leviable Amount 4 0,3%
2.1.2 Learnerships, Apprenticeships, and Internships
2.1.2.1 Number of Black People participating in Learnerships, Apprenticeship and Internships as a percentage of total employees. 4 2,5%
2.1.2.2 Number of Black Unemployed People participating in training specified in the Learning Programme Matrix as a percentage of number of employees 4 2,5%
Bonus Points
2.1.3 Number of Black People absorbed by the Measured Entity or in the economy at the end of the Learnerships, Apprenticeship, Internships and Graduate programmes 5 100%
Skills Development Total 25
Enterprise and Supplier Development 2.1 PREFERENTIAL PROCUREMENT:
2.1.1 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Empowering Suppliers based on the B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 5 80%
2.1.2 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Empowering Suppliers that are Qualifying Small Enterprises based on the applicable B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 3 15%
2.1.3 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from Exempted Micro-Enterprises based on the applicable B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 4 15%
2.1.4 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from Empowering Suppliers that are at least 51% Black owned based on the applicable B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 9 40%
2.1.5 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from Empowering Suppliers that are at least 30% Black Women owned based on the applicable B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 4 12%
Bonus Points
2.1.6 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from Designated Group Suppliers that are at least 51% Black Owned. 2 2%
Preferential Procurement Subtotal 27
2.2 SUPPLIER DEVELOPMENT:
2.2.1 Annual value of all Supplier [or Partner or Vendor] Development Contributions made by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the target. 10 2% of NPAT
2.3 ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT:
2.3.1 Annual value of Enterprise Development Contributions and Sector Specific Programmes made by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the target for Black Owned ICT Entities. 15 3% of NPAT
2.4 Bonus Points
2.4.1 Bonus point for graduation of one or more Enterprise Development beneficiaries to Supplier Development Level. 1
2.4.2 Bonus point for creating new jobs up to 10% of the workforce directly as a result of Supplier Development and Enterprise Development initiatives by the Measured Entity; OR 1
2.4.3 Bonus point for creating new jobs 11% or more of the workforce directly as a result of Supplier Development and Enterprise Development initiatives by the Measured Entity. 2
Enterprise and Supplier Development Subotal 29
Enterprise and Supplier Development Total 56
Socio-Economic Development Soci-Economic Development
Annual value of all Socio-Economic Development Contributions by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the target 12 1.5% of NPAT
Socio-Economic Development Total 12
Total Scorecard 141


ICT Specialised

ICT Specialised Generic Scorecard
Compliance Target
Scorecard Element Code Criteria Points %
Management Control 4.1 Board participation:
4.1.1 Exercisable voting rights of black board members as a percentage of all board members 2 50%
4.1.2 Exercisable voting rights of black female board members as a percentage of all board members 1 25%
4.1.3 Black executive directors as a percentage of all executive directors 2 50%
4.1.4 Black female executive directors as a percentage of all executive directors 1 25%
4.2 Other Executive Management:
4.2.1 Black executive management as a percentage of all executive management 2 60%
4.2.2 Black female executive management as a percentage of all executive management 1 30%
Executive Management Subtotal 9
4.3 Senior Management:
4.3.1 Black employees in senior management as a percentage of all senior management 2 60%
4.3.2 Black female employees in senior management as a percentage of all senior management 1 30%
4.4 Middle Management:
4.4.1 Black employees in middle management as a percentage of all middle management 2 75%
4.4.2 Black female employees in middle management as a percentage of all middle management 1 38%
4.5 Junior Management:
4.5.1 Black employees in junior management as a percentage of all junior management 2 88%
4.5.2 Black female employees in junior management as a percentage of all junior management 1 1 44%
4.6 Employees with disabilities:
4.6.1 Black employees with disabilities as a percentage of all employees 2 2%
Employment Equity Subtotal 11
Management Control Total 20
Skills Development 5.1. Skills Development Expenditure on any programme specified in the Learning Programme Matrix for black people as a percentage of the Leviable Amount
5.1.1 Skills Development Expenditure on Learning Programmes specified in the Learning Programme Matrix for black people as a percentage of Leviable Amount. 9 6%
5.1.2 Skills Development Expenditure on Learning Programmes specified in the Learning Programme Matrix for black employees with disabilities as a percentage of Leviable Amount. 4 0,3%
5.2 Learnerships, apprenticeships and internships
5.2.1 Number of black people participating in learnerships, apprenticeships and internships as a percentage of total employees 6 2,5%
5.2.2 Number of black unemployed people participating in training specified in the learning programme matrix as a percentage of number of employees 6 2,5%
Bonus Points
5,3 Number of black people absorbed by the Measured Entity and Industry at the end of the learnership/ apprenticeship or internship programme 5 100%
Skills Development Total 30
Enterprise and Supplier Development 6.1 PREFERENTIAL PROCUREMENT:
6.1.1 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Empowering Suppliers based on the B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 5 80%
6.1.2 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Empowering Suppliers that are Qualifying Small Enterprises based on the applicable BBBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 4 15%
6.1.3 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Exempted Micro-Enterprises based on the applicable B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 5 15%
6.1.4 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from Empowering Suppliers that are at least 51% black owned based on the applicable B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 11 40%
6.1.5 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from Empowering Suppliers that are at least 30% black women owned based on the applicable B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 5 12%
6.1.6 Bonus Points
6.1.6.1 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from Designated Group suppliers that are at least 51% black owned 2 2%
Preferential Procurement Subtotal 32
6.2 SUPPLIER DEVELOPMENT:
6.2.1 Annual value of all Supplier Development Contributions made by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the target 10 2% of Net
Profit After
Tax
(NPAT) or
0.2%
Annual
Revenue/
Allocated
budget/
Gross
receipts/
Discretional
spend
6.3 ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT:
6.3.1 Annual value of Enterprise Development Contributions and Sector Specific Programmes made by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the target. 15 3% of NPAT or 0.3% Annual revenue/ Allocated budget/ Gross receipts/ Discretional spend
6.4 Bonus Points
6.4.1 Bonus point for graduation of one or more Enterprise Development beneficiaries to graduate to the Supplier Development level. 1
6.4.2 Bonus point for creating one or more jobs directly as a result of Supplier Development and Enterprise Development initiatives by the Measured Entity 1
Enterprise and Supplier Development Subotal 27
Enterprise and Supplier Development Total 59
Socio-Economic Development 7 Soci-Economic Development
7,1 Annual value of all Socio-Economic Development contributions by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the target. 5 1% of NPAT
or 0,1%
Annual
Revenue/
Allocated
budget/ Gross
receipts/
Discretional
spend
Socio-Economic Development Total 5
Total Scorecard 114


Financial Services – Other Institutions

Financial Services – Other Institutions Generic Scorecard
Compliance Target
Scorecard Element Code Criteria Points %
Ownership 2.1 Voting rights:
2.1.1 Exercisable voting rights in the measured entity in the hands of black people 4 25%+1 vote
2.1.2 Exercisable voting rights in the measured entity in the hands of black women 2 10%
Voting Rights Subtotal 6
2.2 Economic Interest:
2.2.1 Economic interest rights in the measured entity to which black people are entitled 3 25%
2.2.2 Economic interest rights in the measured entity to which black women are entitled 2 10%
2.2.3 Economic interest in the hands black designated groups; black participants in Employee Share Ownership Programmes; black people in Broad-based Ownership Schemes and black participants in co-operatives 3 3%
2.2.4 New Entrants 3 2%
Economic Interest Subtotal 11
2,3 Net Value 6 Formula Annexe 100(C)
Bonus Points
2,4 Bonus: Direct/Indirect ownership in excess of 15% 3 10%
2,5 Bonus: Economic interest and voting rights above 32.5% 2 1 point @ 32.5% and 1 point @ 40%
Ownership Total 28
Management Control 2.1 Board Participation
2.1.1 Exercisable voting rights of black board members as a percentage of all board members 1 50%
2.1.2 Exercisable voting rights of black female board members as a percentage of all board members 1 25%
2.1.3 Black executive directors as a percentage of all executive directors 2 50%
2.1.4 Black female executive directors as a percentage of all executive directors 1 25%
2.2 Other Execututive Management
2.2.1 Black executive management as a percentage of all executive management 2 60%
2.2.2 Black female executive management as a percentage of all executive management 1 30%
Executive Management Subtotal 8
2.3 Senior Management
2.3.1 Black employees in senior management as a percentage of all such employees 2 60%
2.3.2 Black female employees in senior management as a percentage of all senior managers 1 30%
2.3.3 African senior managers as a percentage of all senior managers 1 EAP%
2.4 Middle Management
2.4.1 Black employees in middle management as a percentage of all middle management 2 75%
2.4.2 Black female employees in middle management as a percentage of all middle management 1 38%
2.4.3 African middle managers as a percentage of all middle managers 1 EAP%
2.5 Junior Management
2.5.1 Black employees in junior management as a percentage of all junior management 1 88%
2.5.2 Black female employees in junior management as a percentage of all junior management 1 44%
2.5.3 African junior managers as a percentage of all junior managers 1 EAP%
2,6 Black employees with disabilities as a percentage of all employees 1 2%
Senior, Middle and Junior Management Subtotal 12
Management Control Total 20
Skills Development 2.1 Senior Management
2.1.1 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black senior and executive managers as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 1 2,00%
2.1.2 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black women senior and executive managers as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 0,5 1,00%
2.1.3 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for African senior and executive managers as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 0,5 EAP%
2.2 Middle Management
2.2.1 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black middle managers as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 1 3,00%
2.2.2 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black women middle managers as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 0,5 1,50%
2.2.3 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for African middle managers as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 0,5 EAP%
2.3 Junior Management
2.3.1 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black junior managers as a percentage of leviable amount applicable to this level 1 5,00%
2.3.2 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black women junior managers as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 1 2,50%
2.3.3 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for African junior managers as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 1 EAP%
Senior, Middle and Junior Management Subtotal 7
2.4 Non-management staff
2.4.1 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black non-management staff as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 2 8,00%
2.4.2 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black women non-management staff as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 1 4,00%
2.4.3 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for African non-management staff as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 1 EAP%
Non-management staff Subtotal 4
2,5 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black unemployed people as a percentage of the leviable amount 4 1,5%
2,6 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black people with disabilities as a percentage of the leviable amount 1 0,30%
2,7 Number of black people, (employed or unemployed) participating in learnerships, apprenticeships, internships or Category B, C or D programmes as a percentage of total employees 4 5,00%
Bonus Points
2,8 Number of previously unemployed black people Absorbed by the measured entity/industry at the end of the learnerships, apprenticeships, internships, or Category B, C or D programmes. 3 100%
Skills Development Total 23
Enterprise and Supplier Development 2.1 Procurement Targets year 1-3 Targets year 3+
2.1.1 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Empowering Suppliers based on the B-BBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of total measured procurement spend 5 75% 80%
2.1.2 B-BBEE procurement spend from empowering suppliers who are QSEs based on the applicable B-BBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of total measured procurement spend 3 14% 18%
2.1.3 B-BBEE procurement spend from empowering suppliers who are EMEs based on the applicable B-BBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of total measured procurement spend 2 8% 12%
2.1.4 B-BBEE procurement spend from empowering suppliers that are at least 51% black owned based on the applicable B-BBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of total measured procurement spend 7 20% 30%
2.1.5 B-BBEE procurement spend from empowering suppliers that are at least 30% black women owned based on the applicable BBBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of total measured procurement spend 3 9% 10%
Procurement Subtotal 20
2.2 Supplier Development
2.2.1 Annual value of all supplier development contributions made by the measured entity 10 2% of NPAT
2.3 Enterprise and Supplier Development
2.3.1 Annual value of enterprise development contributions and sector specific programmes made by the measured entity 5 1% of NPAT
2.4 Bonus Points
2.4.1 Graduation of one or more enterprise development beneficiaries to graduate to the supplier development level. 1 1
2.4.2 For creating one or more jobs directly as a result of supplier development and enterprise development initiatives by the measured entity. 1 1
2.4.3 (a) B-BBEE procurement spend from intermediated black professional service providers who are empowering suppliers based on the B-BBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of intermediated spend 2 5%
Or
2.4.3 (b) B-BBEE procurement spend from black stockbrokers or black fund managers who are empowering suppliers based on the BBBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of total value of all trade allocated 2 5%
2.4.4 B-BBEE procurement spend from designated group suppliers that are at least 51% black owned as a percentage of the total measured spend 2 2%
2.4.5 Enterprise development support of black stockbrokers, black fund managers or intermediaries 2 0.5% of NPAT (recoverable or nonrecoverable)
Enterprise and Supplier Development Subotal 23
Enterprise and Supplier Development Total 43
Socio-Economic Development 2 Soci-Economic Development
2,1 Annual value of all Qualifying Socio-Economic Development contributions by the measured entity as a percentage of NPAT 3 0,60%
2,2 Annual value of all Qualifying Consumer Education contributions by the measured entity as a percentage of NPAT 2 0,40%
2.3 Bonus Points
2.3.1 Additional CE contributions made by the measured Entity as a percentage of NPAT 1 0,10%
2.3.2 Grant contribution to Fundisa Retail Fund and other similar initiatives 2 0,2%
Socio-Economic Development Total 8
Total Scorecard 122

 

Target for International Banks, SAVCA members & Reinsurers – Socio-Economic Development
Socio-Economic Development 2 Soci-Economic Development
2,1 Annual value of all Qualifying Socio-Economic Development contributions by the measured entity as a percentage of NPAT 3 0,70%
2,2 Annual value of all Qualifying Consumer Education contributions by the measured entity as a percentage of NPAT 2 0
2.3 Bonus Points
2.3.1 Additional CE contributions made by the measured Entity as a percentage of NPAT 1 0,10%
2.3.2 Grant contribution to Fundisa Retail Fund and other similar initiatives 2 0,2%
Socio-Economic Development Total 8

 

Access to Financial Services Scorecard – Banking
Access Method Qualifying Market/Arear Qualifying Criteria Range Target Available Points
2,1 Geographic Access (Reach) One or more of:
2.1.1 Transaction point 50% or more of
house-holds fall
within LSM 1-5
draw cash, or 5 km 85% 1
purchase from their accounts
2.1.2 Service point reset a PIN 10 km 70% 1
money transfers,
get a statement, or
initiate account queries
2.1.3 Sales point replace a card, 15 km 60% 2
deposit cash into their accounts, or
acquire:
a transaction account, a funeral policy,
a savings account, or
a loan.
2.1.4 Electronic Access Individuals earning
less than R5,000 per
month increasing by
CPIX p.a.
The use of telephones,
mobile phones, internet
banking or any other new
technology for: money
transfers, account to
account transfers,
prepaid purchases,
balance enquiries (list
not exhaustive).
National 19% of account
holders within
the target
market
2
2,2 Banking
Densification
Individuals in the
LSM 1-5 group
nationally
Access to cash
withdrawal facility per
measuring unit
National 1, 500 adults
per point of
presence
3
2,3 Product related
access
Individuals in the
LSM 1-5 group
nationally
Number of active
accounts for qualifying
products per institution
National 12 370 082
active accounts
in 2017 (SASSA
accounts not
included)
3
Access to Financial Services Total 12


Financial Services – Stock Exchange & Stock Exchange Members

Financial Services – Stock Exchanges & Stock Exchange Members Generic Scorecard
Compliance Target
Scorecard Element Code Criteria Points %
Ownership 2.1 Voting rights:
2.1.1 Exercisable voting rights in the measured entity in the hands of black people 4 25%+1 vote
2.1.2 Exercisable voting rights in the measured entity in the hands of black women 2 10%
Voting Rights Subtotal 6
2.2 Economic Interest:
2.2.1 Economic interest rights in the measured entity to which black people are entitled 3 25%
2.2.2 Economic interest rights in the measured entity to which black women are entitled 2 10%
2.2.3 Economic interest in the hands black designated groups; black participants in Employee Share Ownership Programmes; black people in Broad-based Ownership Schemes and black participants in co-operatives 3 3%
2.2.4 New Entrants 3 2%
Economic Interest Subtotal 11
2,3 Net Value 6 Formula Annexe 100(C)
Bonus Points
2,4 Bonus: Direct/Indirect ownership in excess of 15% 3 10%
2,5 Bonus: Economic interest and voting rights above 32.5% 2 1 point @ 32.5% and 1 point @ 40%
Ownership Total 28
Management Control 2.1 Board Participation
2.1.1 Exercisable voting rights of black board members as a percentage of all board members 1 50%
2.1.2 Exercisable voting rights of black female board members as a percentage of all board members 1 25%
2.1.3 Black executive directors as a percentage of all executive directors 2 50%
2.1.4 Black female executive directors as a percentage of all executive directors 1 25%
2.2 Other Execututive Management
2.2.1 Black executive management as a percentage of all executive management 2 60%
2.2.2 Black female executive management as a percentage of all executive management 1 30%
Executive Management Subtotal 8
2.3 Senior Management
2.3.1 Black employees in senior management as a percentage of all such employees 2 60%
2.3.2 Black female employees in senior management as a percentage of all senior managers 1 30%
2.3.3 African senior managers as a percentage of all senior managers 1 EAP%
2.4 Middle Management
2.4.1 Black employees in middle management as a percentage of all middle management 2 75%
2.4.2 Black female employees in middle management as a percentage of all middle management 1 38%
2.4.3 African middle managers as a percentage of all middle managers 1 EAP%
2.5 Junior Management
2.5.1 Black employees in junior management as a percentage of all junior management 1 88%
2.5.2 Black female employees in junior management as a percentage of all junior management 1 44%
2.5.3 African junior managers as a percentage of all junior managers 1 EAP%
2,6 Black employees with disabilities as a percentage of all employees 1 2%
Senior, Middle and Junior Management Subtotal 12
Management Control Total 20
Skills Development 2.1 Senior Management
2.1.1 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black senior and executive managers as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 1 2,00%
2.1.2 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black women senior and executive managers as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 0,5 1,00%
2.1.3 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for African senior and executive managers as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 0,5 EAP%
2.2 Middle Management
2.2.1 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black middle managers as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 1 3,00%
2.2.2 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black women middle managers as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 0,5 1,50%
2.2.3 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for African middle managers as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 0,5 EAP%
2.3 Junior Management
2.3.1 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black junior managers as a percentage of leviable amount applicable to this level 1 5,00%
2.3.2 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black women junior managers as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 1 2,50%
2.3.3 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for African junior managers as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 1 EAP%
Senior, Middle and Junior Management Subtotal 7
2.4 Non-management staff
2.4.1 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black non-management staff as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 2 8,00%
2.4.2 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black women non-management staff as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 1 4,00%
2.4.3 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for African non-management staff as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 1 EAP%
Non-management staff Subtotal 4
2,5 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black unemployed people as a percentage of the leviable amount 4 1,5%
2,6 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black people with disabilities as a percentage of the leviable amount 1 0,30%
2,7 Number of black people, (employed or unemployed) participating in learnerships, apprenticeships, internships or Category B, C or D programmes as a percentage of total employees 4 5,00%
Bonus Points
2,8 Number of previously unemployed black people Absorbed by the measured entity/industry at the end of the learnerships, apprenticeships, internships, or Category B, C or D programmes. 3 100%
Skills Development Total 23
Enterprise and Supplier Development 2.1 Procurement Targets year 1-3 Targets year 3+
2.1.1 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Empowering Suppliers based on the B-BBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of total measured procurement spend 5 75% 80%
2.1.2 B-BBEE procurement spend from empowering suppliers who are QSEs based on the applicable B-BBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of total measured procurement spend 3 14% 18%
2.1.3 B-BBEE procurement spend from empowering suppliers who are EMEs based on the applicable B-BBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of total measured procurement spend 2 8% 12%
2.1.4 B-BBEE procurement spend from empowering suppliers that are at least 51% black owned based on the applicable B-BBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of total measured procurement spend 7 20% 30%
2.1.5 B-BBEE procurement spend from empowering suppliers that are at least 30% black women owned based on the applicable BBBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of total measured procurement spend 3 9% 10%
Procurement Subtotal 20
2.1 Supplier Development
2.2.1 Annual value of all supplier development contributions made by the measured entity 10 2% of NPAT
2.3 Enterprise and Supplier Development
2.3.1 Annual value of enterprise development contributions and sector specific programmes made by the measured entity 5 1% of NPAT
2.4 Bonus Points
2.4.1 Graduation of one or more enterprise development beneficiaries to graduate to the supplier development level. 1 1
2.4.2 For creating one or more jobs directly as a result of supplier development and enterprise development initiatives by the measured entity. 1 1
2.4.3 (a) B-BBEE procurement spend from intermediated black professional service providers who are empowering suppliers based on the B-BBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of intermediated spend 2 5%
Or
2.4.3 (b) B-BBEE procurement spend from black stockbrokers or black fund managers who are empowering suppliers based on the BBBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of total value of all trade allocated 2 5%
2.4.4 B-BBEE procurement spend from designated group suppliers that are at least 51% black owned as a percentage of the total measured spend 2 2%
2.4.5 Enterprise development support of black stockbrokers, black fund managers or intermediaries 2 0.5% of NPAT (recoverable or nonrecoverable)
Enterprise and Supplier Development Subotal 23
Enterprise and Supplier Development Total 43
Socio-Economic Development 2 Soci-Economic Development
2,1 Annual value of all Qualifying Socio-Economic Development contributions by the measured entity as a percentage of NPAT 3 0,60%
2,2 Annual value of all Qualifying Consumer Education contributions by the measured entity as a percentage of NPAT 2 0,40%
2.3 Bonus Points
2.3.1 Additional CE contributions made by the measured Entity as a percentage of NPAT 1 0,10%
2.3.2 Grant contribution to Fundisa Retail Fund and other similar initiatives 2 0,2%
Socio-Economic Development Total 8
Total Scorecard 122

 

Target for International Banks, SAVCA members & Reinsurers – Socio-Economic Development
Socio-Economic Development 2 Soci-Economic Development
2,1 Annual value of all Qualifying Socio-Economic Development contributions by the measured entity as a percentage of NPAT 3 0,70%
2,2 Annual value of all Qualifying Consumer Education contributions by the measured entity as a percentage of NPAT 2 0
2.3 Bonus Points
2.3.1 Additional CE contributions made by the measured Entity as a percentage of NPAT 1 0,10%
2.3.2 Grant contribution to Fundisa Retail Fund and other similar initiatives 2 0,2%
Socio-Economic Development Total 8
Access to Financial Services Scorecard – Banking
Access Method Qualifying Market/Arear Qualifying Criteria Range Target Available Points
2,1 Geographic Access (Reach) One or more of:
2.1.1 Transaction point 50% or more of
house-holds fall
within LSM 1-5
draw cash, or 5 km 85% 1
purchase from their accounts
2.1.2 Service point reset a PIN 10 km 70% 1
money transfers,
get a statement, or
initiate account queries
2.1.3 Sales point replace a card, 15 km 60% 2
deposit cash into their accounts, or
acquire:
a transaction account, a funeral policy,
a savings account, or
a loan.
2.1.4 Electronic Access Individuals earning
less than R5,000 per
month increasing by
CPIX p.a.
The use of telephones,
mobile phones, internet
banking or any other new
technology for: money
transfers, account to
account transfers,
prepaid purchases,
balance enquiries (list
not exhaustive).
National 19% of account
holders within
the target
market
2
2,2 Banking
Densification
Individuals in the
LSM 1-5 group
nationally
Access to cash
withdrawal facility per
measuring unit
National 1, 500 adults
per point of
presence
3
2,3 Product related
access
Individuals in the
LSM 1-5 group
nationally
Number of active
accounts for qualifying
products per institution
National 12 370 082
active accounts
in 2017 (SASSA
accounts not
included)
3
Access to Financial Services Total 12


Financial Services – Banks

Financial Services – Banks Generic Scorecard
Compliance Target
Scorecard Element Code Criteria Points %
Ownership 2.1 Voting rights:
2.1.1 Exercisable voting rights in the measured entity in the hands of black people 4 25%+1 vote
2.1.2 Exercisable voting rights in the measured entity in the hands of black women 2 10%
Voting Rights Subtotal 6
2.2 Economic Interest:
2.2.1 Economic interest rights in the measured entity to which black people are entitled 3 25%
2.2.2 Economic interest rights in the measured entity to which black women are entitled 2 10%
2.2.3 Economic interest in the hands black designated groups; black participants in Employee Share Ownership Programmes; black people in Broad-based Ownership Schemes and black participants in co-operatives 3 3%
2.2.4 New Entrants 3 2%
Economic Interest Subtotal 11
2,3 Net Value 6 Formula Annexe 100(C)
Bonus Points
2,4 Bonus: Direct/Indirect ownership in excess of 15% 3 10%
2,5 Bonus: Economic interest and voting rights above 32.5% 2 1 point @ 32.5% and 1 point @ 40%
Ownership Total 28
Management Control 2.1 Board Participation
2.1.1 Exercisable voting rights of black board members as a percentage of all board members 1 50%
2.1.2 Exercisable voting rights of black female board members as a percentage of all board members 1 25%
2.1.3 Black executive directors as a percentage of all executive directors 2 50%
2.1.4 Black female executive directors as a percentage of all executive directors 1 25%
2.2 Other Execututive Management
2.2.1 Black executive management as a percentage of all executive management 2 60%
2.2.2 Black female executive management as a percentage of all executive management 1 30%
Executive Management Subtotal 8
2.3 Senior Management
2.3.1 Black employees in senior management as a percentage of all such employees 2 60%
2.3.2 Black female employees in senior management as a percentage of all senior managers 1 30%
2.3.3 African senior managers as a percentage of all senior managers 1 EAP%
2.4 Middle Management
2.4.1 Black employees in middle management as a percentage of all middle management 2 75%
2.4.2 Black female employees in middle management as a percentage of all middle management 1 38%
2.4.3 African middle managers as a percentage of all middle managers 1 EAP%
2.5 Junior Management
2.5.1 Black employees in junior management as a percentage of all junior management 1 88%
2.5.2 Black female employees in junior management as a percentage of all junior management 1 44%
2.5.3 African junior managers as a percentage of all junior managers 1 EAP%
2,6 Black employees with disabilities as a percentage of all employees 1 2%
Senior, Middle and Junior Management Subtotal 12
Management Control Total 20
Skills Development 2.1 Senior Management
2.1.1 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black senior and executive managers as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 1 2,00%
2.1.2 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black women senior and executive managers as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 0,5 1,00%
2.1.3 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for African senior and executive managers as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 0,5 EAP%
2.2 Middle Management
2.2.1 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black middle managers as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 1 3,00%
2.2.2 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black women middle managers as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 0,5 1,50%
2.2.3 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for African middle managers as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 0,5 EAP%
2.3 Junior Management
2.3.1 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black junior managers as a percentage of leviable amount applicable to this level 1 5,00%
2.3.2 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black women junior managers as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 1 2,50%
2.3.3 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for African junior managers as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 1 EAP%
Senior, Middle and Junior Management Subtotal 7
2.4 Non-management staff
2.4.1 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black non-management staff as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 2 8,00%
2.4.2 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black women non-management staff as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 1 4,00%
2.4.3 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for African non-management staff as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 1 EAP%
Non-management staff Subtotal 4
2,5 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black unemployed people as a percentage of the leviable amount 4 1,5%
2,6 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black people with disabilities as a percentage of the leviable amount 1 0,30%
2,7 Number of black people, (employed or unemployed) participating in learnerships, apprenticeships, internships or Category B, C or D programmes as a percentage of total employees 4 5,00%
Bonus Points
2,8 Number of previously unemployed black people Absorbed by the measured entity/industry at the end of the learnerships, apprenticeships, internships, or Category B, C or D programmes. 3 100%
Skills Development Total 23
Enterprise and Supplier Development 2.1 Procurement Targets year 1-3 Targets year 3+
2.1.1 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Empowering Suppliers based on the B-BBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of total measured procurement spend 4 75% 80%
2.1.2 B-BBEE procurement spend from empowering suppliers who are QSEs based on the applicable B-BBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of total measured procurement spend 2 14% 18%
2.1.3 B-BBEE procurement spend from empowering suppliers who are EMEs based on the applicable B-BBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of total measured procurement spend 2 8% 12%
2.1.4 B-BBEE procurement spend from empowering suppliers that are at least 51% black owned based on the applicable B-BBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of total measured procurement spend 5 20% 30%
2.1.5 B-BBEE procurement spend from empowering suppliers that are at least 30% black women owned based on the applicable BBBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of total measured procurement spend 2 2% 10%
Procurement Subtotal 15
2.4 Bonus Points
2.4.1 Graduation of one or more enterprise development beneficiaries to graduate to the supplier development level. 0 1
2.4.2 For creating one or more jobs directly as a result of supplier development and enterprise development initiatives by the measured entity. 0 1
2.4.3 (a) B-BBEE procurement spend from intermediated black professional service providers who are empowering suppliers based on the B-BBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of intermediated spend 2 5%
Or
2.4.3 (b) B-BBEE procurement spend from black stockbrokers or black fund managers who are empowering suppliers based on the BBBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of total value of all trade allocated 2 5%
2.4.4 B-BBEE procurement spend from designated group suppliers that are at least 51% black owned as a percentage of the total measured spend 2 2%
2.4.5 Enterprise development support of black stockbrokers, black fund managers or intermediaries 0 0.5% of NPAT (recoverable or nonrecoverable)
Enterprise and Supplier Development Total 19
Socio-Economic Development 2 Soci-Economic Development
2,1 Annual value of all Qualifying Socio-Economic Development contributions by the measured entity as a percentage of NPAT 3 0,60%
2,2 Annual value of all Qualifying Consumer Education contributions by the measured entity as a percentage of NPAT 2 0,40%
2.3 Bonus Points
2.3.1 Additional CE contributions made by the measured Entity as a percentage of NPAT 1 0,10%
2.3.2 Grant contribution to Fundisa Retail Fund and other similar initiatives 2 0,2%
Socio-Economic Development Total 8
Empowerment Financing 2 Empowerment Financing
2,1 Targeted Investments
Transformational Infrastructure
Black Agricultural Financing
Affordable Housing
Black Business Growth and SME Funding
12 R48bn
2,2 B-BBEE transaction financing and Black Business Growth/ SME Funding 3 R32bn
Empowerment Financing Subtotal 15
2,3 Annual value of all Supplier Development contributions made by the measured entity 7 1.8% of
NPAT
2,4 Annual value of all Enterprise Development contributions made by the measured entity 3 0.2% of
NPAT
(non-recoverable)
2.5 Bonus Points
2.5.1 Graduation of one or more Enterprise Development beneficiaries to graduate to the Supplier Development level. 1
2.5.2 For creating one or more jobs directly as a result of Supplier Development and Enterprise Development initiatives by the measured entity. 1
2.5.3 Development of black stockbrokers, black fund managers and intermediaries 2 TBD
Empowerment Financing Total 29
Access to Financial Services Access to Financial Services
2,1 Geographic Access (Reach)
2.1.1 Transaction point 1 85%
2.1.2 Service point 1 70%
2.1.3 Sales point 2 60%
2.1.4 Electronic Access 2 19% of account holders within the target market
2,2 Banking Densification 3 1, 500 adults per point of presence
2,3 Product related access 3 12 370 082 active accounts in 2017 (SASSA accounts not included)
Access to Financial Services Total 12
Total Scorecard 139

 

Target for International Banks, SAVCA members & Reinsurers – Socio-Economic Development
Socio-Economic Development 2 Soci-Economic Development
2,1 Annual value of all Qualifying Socio-Economic Development contributions by the measured entity as a percentage of NPAT 3 0,70%
2,2 Annual value of all Qualifying Consumer Education contributions by the measured entity as a percentage of NPAT 2 0
2.3 Bonus Points
2.3.1 Additional CE contributions made by the measured Entity as a percentage of NPAT 1 0,10%
2.3.2 Grant contribution to Fundisa Retail Fund and other similar initiatives 2 0,2%
Socio-Economic Development Total 8

 

Access to Financial Services Scorecard – Banking
Access Method Qualifying Market/Arear Qualifying Criteria Range Target Available Points
2,1 Geographic Access (Reach) One or more of:
2.1.1 Transaction point 50% or more of
house-holds fall
within LSM 1-5
draw cash, or 5 km 85% 1
purchase from their accounts
2.1.2 Service point reset a PIN 10 km 70% 1
money transfers,
get a statement, or
initiate account queries
2.1.3 Sales point replace a card, 15 km 60% 2
deposit cash into their accounts, or
acquire:
a transaction account, a funeral policy,
a savings account, or
a loan.
2.1.4 Electronic Access Individuals earning
less than R5,000 per
month increasing by
CPIX p.a.
The use of telephones,
mobile phones, internet
banking or any other new
technology for: money
transfers, account to
account transfers,
prepaid purchases,
balance enquiries (list
not exhaustive).
National 19% of account
holders within
the target
market
2
2,2 Banking
Densification
Individuals in the
LSM 1-5 group
nationally
Access to cash
withdrawal facility per
measuring unit
National 1, 500 adults
per point of
presence
3
2,3 Product related
access
Individuals in the
LSM 1-5 group
nationally
Number of active
accounts for qualifying
products per institution
National 12 370 082
active accounts
in 2017 (SASSA
accounts not
included)
3
Access to Financial Services Total 12

 


Financial Services – Long Term Insurers

Financial Services – Long-term Insurers Generic Scorecard
Compliance Target
Scorecard Element Code Criteria Points %
Ownership 2.1 Voting rights:
2.1.1 Exercisable voting rights in the measured entity in the hands of black people 4 25%+1 vote
2.1.2 Exercisable voting rights in the measured entity in the hands of black women 2 10%
Voting Rights Subtotal 6
2.2 Economic Interest:
2.2.1 Economic interest rights in the measured entity to which black people are entitled 3 25%
2.2.2 Economic interest rights in the measured entity to which black women are entitled 2 10%
2.2.3 Economic interest in the hands black designated groups; black participants in Employee Share Ownership Programmes; black people in Broad-based Ownership Schemes and black participants in co-operatives 3 3%
2.2.4 New Entrants 3 2%
Economic Interest Subtotal 11
2,3 Net Value 6 Formula Annexe 100(C)
Bonus Points
2,4 Bonus: Direct/Indirect ownership in excess of 15% 3 10%
2,5 Bonus: Economic interest and voting rights above 32.5% 2 1 point @ 32.5% and 1 point @ 40%
Ownership Total 28
Management Control 2.1 Board Participation
2.1.1 Exercisable voting rights of black board members as a percentage of all board members 1 50%
2.1.2 Exercisable voting rights of black female board members as a percentage of all board members 1 25%
2.1.3 Black executive directors as a percentage of all executive directors 2 50%
2.1.4 Black female executive directors as a percentage of all executive directors 1 25%
2.2 Other Execututive Management
2.2.1 Black executive management as a percentage of all executive management 2 60%
2.2.2 Black female executive management as a percentage of all executive management 1 30%
Executive Management Subtotal 8
2.3 Senior Management
2.3.1 Black employees in senior management as a percentage of all such employees 2 60%
2.3.2 Black female employees in senior management as a percentage of all senior managers 1 30%
2.3.3 African senior managers as a percentage of all senior managers 1 EAP%
2.4 Middle Management
2.4.1 Black employees in middle management as a percentage of all middle management 2 75%
2.4.2 Black female employees in middle management as a percentage of all middle management 1 38%
2.4.3 African middle managers as a percentage of all middle managers 1 EAP%
2.5 Junior Management
2.5.1 Black employees in junior management as a percentage of all junior management 1 88%
2.5.2 Black female employees in junior management as a percentage of all junior management 1 44%
2.5.3 African junior managers as a percentage of all junior managers 1 EAP%
2,6 Black employees with disabilities as a percentage of all employees 1 2%
Senior, Middle and Junior Management Subtotal 12
Management Control Total 20
Skills Development 2.1 Senior Management
2.1.1 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black senior and executive managers as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 1 2,00%
2.1.2 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black women senior and executive managers as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 0,5 1,00%
2.1.3 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for African senior and executive managers as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 0,5 EAP%
2.2 Middle Management
2.2.1 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black middle managers as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 1 3,00%
2.2.2 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black women middle managers as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 0,5 1,50%
2.2.3 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for African middle managers as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 0,5 EAP%
2.3 Junior Management
2.3.1 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black junior managers as a percentage of leviable amount applicable to this level 1 5,00%
2.3.2 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black women junior managers as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 1 2,50%
2.3.3 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for African junior managers as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 1 EAP%
Senior, Middle and Junior Management Subtotal 7
2.4 Non-management staff
2.4.1 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black non-management staff as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 2 8,00%
2.4.2 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black women non-management staff as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 1 4,00%
2.4.3 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for African non-management staff as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 1 EAP%
Non-management staff Subtotal 4
2,5 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black unemployed people as a percentage of the leviable amount 4 1,5%
2,6 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black people with disabilities as a percentage of the leviable amount 1 0,30%
2,7 Number of black people, (employed or unemployed) participating in learnerships, apprenticeships, internships or Category B, C or D programmes as a percentage of total employees 4 5,00%
Bonus Points
2,8 Number of previously unemployed black people Absorbed by the measured entity/industry at the end of the learnerships, apprenticeships, internships, or Category B, C or D programmes. 3 100%
Skills Development Total 23
Enterprise and Supplier Development 2.1 Procurement Targets year 1-3 Targets year 3+
2.1.1 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Empowering Suppliers based on the B-BBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of total measured procurement spend 4 75% 80%
2.1.2 B-BBEE procurement spend from empowering suppliers who are QSEs based on the applicable B-BBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of total measured procurement spend 2 14% 18%
2.1.3 B-BBEE procurement spend from empowering suppliers who are EMEs based on the applicable B-BBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of total measured procurement spend 2 8% 12%
2.1.4 B-BBEE procurement spend from empowering suppliers that are at least 51% black owned based on the applicable B-BBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of total measured procurement spend 5 20% 30%
2.1.5 B-BBEE procurement spend from empowering suppliers that are at least 30% black women owned based on the applicable BBBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of total measured procurement spend 2 2% 10%
Procurement Subtotal 15
2.4 Bonus Points
2.4.1 Graduation of one or more enterprise development beneficiaries to graduate to the supplier development level. 0 1
2.4.2 For creating one or more jobs directly as a result of supplier development and enterprise development initiatives by the measured entity. 0 1
2.4.3 (a) B-BBEE procurement spend from intermediated black professional service providers who are empowering suppliers based on the B-BBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of intermediated spend 2 5%
Or
2.4.3 (b) B-BBEE procurement spend from black stockbrokers or black fund managers who are empowering suppliers based on the BBBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of total value of all trade allocated 2 5%
2.4.4 B-BBEE procurement spend from designated group suppliers that are at least 51% black owned as a percentage of the total measured spend 2 2%
2.4.5 Enterprise development support of black stockbrokers, black fund managers or intermediaries 0 0.5% of NPAT (recoverable or nonrecoverable)
Enterprise and Supplier Development Total 19
Socio-Economic Development 2 Soci-Economic Development
2,1 Annual value of all Qualifying Socio-Economic Development contributions by the measured entity as a percentage of NPAT 3 0,60%
2,2 Annual value of all Qualifying Consumer Education contributions by the measured entity as a percentage of NPAT 2 0,40%
2.3 Bonus Points
2.3.1 Additional CE contributions made by the measured Entity as a percentage of NPAT 1 0,10%
2.3.2 Grant contribution to Fundisa Retail Fund and other similar initiatives 2 0,2%
Socio-Economic Development Total 8
Empowerment Financing 2 Empowerment Financing
2,1 Targeted Investments
Transformational Infrastructure
Black Agricultural Financing
Affordable Housing
Black Business Growth and SME Funding
12 R27bn
2,2 B-BBEE transaction financing and Black Business Growth/ SME Funding 3 R15bn
Empowerment Financing Subtotal 15
2,3 Annual value of all Supplier Development contributions made by the measured entity 7 1.8% of
NPAT
2,4 Annual value of all Enterprise Development contributions made by the measured entity 3 0.2% of
NPAT
(non-recoverable)
2.5 Bonus Points
2.5.1 Graduation of one or more Enterprise Development beneficiaries to graduate to the Supplier Development level. 1
2.5.2 For creating one or more jobs directly as a result of Supplier Development and Enterprise Development initiatives by the measured entity. 1
2.5.3 Development of black stockbrokers, black fund managers and intermediaries 2 0.5% NPAT
Empowerment Financing Total 29
Access to Financial Services Access to Financial Services
2,1 Appropriate Products Subtotal 3 6
2,2 Market Penetration 7 5,7390,23
2.2.1 Target: 2014 4,878,170
2.2.2 Target: 2015 5,165,121
2.2.3 Target: 2016 5,452,072
2.2.4 Target: 2017 5,739,023
2,3 Transactional Access 2 As per Guidance Note
Access to Financial Services Total 12
Total Scorecard 139

 

Target for International Banks, SAVCA members & Reinsurers – Socio-Economic Development
Socio-Economic Development 2 Soci-Economic Development
2,1 Annual value of all Qualifying Socio-Economic Development contributions by the measured entity as a percentage of NPAT 3 0,70%
2,2 Annual value of all Qualifying Consumer Education contributions by the measured entity as a percentage of NPAT 2 0
2.3 Bonus Points
2.3.1 Additional CE contributions made by the measured Entity as a percentage of NPAT 1 0,10%
2.3.2 Grant contribution to Fundisa Retail Fund and other similar initiatives 2 0,2%
Socio-Economic Development Total 8

 

Access to Financial Services Scorecard – Banking
Access Method Qualifying Market/Arear Qualifying Criteria Range Target Available Points
2,1 Geographic Access (Reach) One or more of:
2.1.1 Transaction point 50% or more of
house-holds fall
within LSM 1-5
draw cash, or 5 km 85% 1
purchase from their accounts
2.1.2 Service point reset a PIN 10 km 70% 1
money transfers,
get a statement, or
initiate account queries
2.1.3 Sales point replace a card, 15 km 60% 2
deposit cash into their accounts, or
acquire:
a transaction account, a funeral policy,
a savings account, or
a loan.
2.1.4 Electronic Access Individuals earning
less than R5,000 per
month increasing by
CPIX p.a.
The use of telephones,
mobile phones, internet
banking or any other new
technology for: money
transfers, account to
account transfers,
prepaid purchases,
balance enquiries (list
not exhaustive).
National 19% of account
holders within
the target
market
2
2,2 Banking
Densification
Individuals in the
LSM 1-5 group
nationally
Access to cash
withdrawal facility per
measuring unit
National 1, 500 adults
per point of
presence
3
2,3 Product related
access
Individuals in the
LSM 1-5 group
nationally
Number of active
accounts for qualifying
products per institution
National 12 370 082
active accounts
in 2017 (SASSA
accounts not
included)
3
Access to Financial Services Total 12


Financial Services – Short Term Insurers

Financial Services – Short Term Insurers Generic Scorecard
Compliance Target
Scorecard Element Code Criteria Points %
Ownership 2.1 Voting rights:
2.1.1 Exercisable voting rights in the measured entity in the hands of black people 4 25%+1 vote
2.1.2 Exercisable voting rights in the measured entity in the hands of black women 2 10%
Voting Rights Subtotal 6
2.2 Economic Interest:
2.2.1 Economic interest rights in the measured entity to which black people are entitled 3 25%
2.2.2 Economic interest rights in the measured entity to which black women are entitled 2 10%
2.2.3 Economic interest in the hands black designated groups; black participants in Employee Share Ownership Programmes; black people in Broad-based Ownership Schemes and black participants in co-operatives 3 3%
2.2.4 New Entrants 3 2%
Economic Interest Subtotal 11
2,3 Net Value 6 Formula Annexe 100(C)
Bonus Points
2,4 Bonus: Direct/Indirect ownership in excess of 15% 3 10%
2,5 Bonus: Economic interest and voting rights above 32.5% 2 1 point @ 32.5% and 1 point @ 40%
Ownership Total 28
Management Control 2.1 Board Participation
2.1.1 Exercisable voting rights of black board members as a percentage of all board members 1 50%
2.1.2 Exercisable voting rights of black female board members as a percentage of all board members 1 25%
2.1.3 Black executive directors as a percentage of all executive directors 2 50%
2.1.4 Black female executive directors as a percentage of all executive directors 1 25%
2.2 Other Execututive Management
2.2.1 Black executive management as a percentage of all executive management 2 60%
2.2.2 Black female executive management as a percentage of all executive management 1 30%
Executive Management Subtotal 8
2.3 Senior Management
2.3.1 Black employees in senior management as a percentage of all such employees 2 60%
2.3.2 Black female employees in senior management as a percentage of all senior managers 1 30%
2.3.3 African senior managers as a percentage of all senior managers 1 EAP%
2.4 Middle Management
2.4.1 Black employees in middle management as a percentage of all middle management 2 75%
2.4.2 Black female employees in middle management as a percentage of all middle management 1 38%
2.4.3 African middle managers as a percentage of all middle managers 1 EAP%
2.5 Junior Management
2.5.1 Black employees in junior management as a percentage of all junior management 1 88%
2.5.2 Black female employees in junior management as a percentage of all junior management 1 44%
2.5.3 African junior managers as a percentage of all junior managers 1 EAP%
2,6 Black employees with disabilities as a percentage of all employees 1 2%
Senior, Middle and Junior Management Subtotal 12
Management Control Total 20
Skills Development 2.1 Senior Management
2.1.1 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black senior and executive managers as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 1 2,00%
2.1.2 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black women senior and executive managers as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 0,5 1,00%
2.1.3 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for African senior and executive managers as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 0,5 EAP%
2.2 Middle Management
2.2.1 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black middle managers as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 1 3,00%
2.2.2 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black women middle managers as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 0,5 1,50%
2.2.3 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for African middle managers as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 0,5 EAP%
2.3 Junior Management
2.3.1 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black junior managers as a percentage of leviable amount applicable to this level 1 5,00%
2.3.2 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black women junior managers as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 1 2,50%
2.3.3 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for African junior managers as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 1 EAP%
Senior, Middle and Junior Management Subtotal 7
2.4 Non-management staff
2.4.1 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black non-management staff as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 2 8,00%
2.4.2 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black women non-management staff as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 1 4,00%
2.4.3 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for African non-management staff as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 1 EAP%
Non-management staff Subtotal 4
2,5 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black unemployed people as a percentage of the leviable amount 4 1,5%
2,6 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black people with disabilities as a percentage of the leviable amount 1 0,30%
2,7 Number of black people, (employed or unemployed) participating in learnerships, apprenticeships, internships or Category B, C or D programmes as a percentage of total employees 4 5,00%
Bonus Points
2,8 Number of previously unemployed black people Absorbed by the measured entity/industry at the end of the learnerships, apprenticeships, internships, or Category B, C or D programmes. 3 100%
Skills Development Total 23
Enterprise and Supplier Development 2.1 Procurement Targets year 1-3 Targets year 3+
2.1.1 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Empowering Suppliers based on the B-BBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of total measured procurement spend 5 75% 80%
2.1.2 B-BBEE procurement spend from empowering suppliers who are QSEs based on the applicable B-BBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of total measured procurement spend 3 14% 18%
2.1.3 B-BBEE procurement spend from empowering suppliers who are EMEs based on the applicable B-BBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of total measured procurement spend 2 8% 12%
2.1.4 B-BBEE procurement spend from empowering suppliers that are at least 51% black owned based on the applicable B-BBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of total measured procurement spend 7 20% 30%
2.1.5 B-BBEE procurement spend from empowering suppliers that are at least 30% black women owned based on the applicable BBBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of total measured procurement spend 3 9% 10%
Procurement Subtotal 20
2.1 Supplier Development
2.2.1 Annual value of all supplier development contributions made by the measured entity 10 2% of NPAT
2.3 Enterprise and Supplier Development
2.3.1 Annual value of enterprise development contributions and sector specific programmes made by the measured entity 5 1% of NPAT
2.4 Bonus Points
2.4.1 Graduation of one or more enterprise development beneficiaries to graduate to the supplier development level. 1 1
2.4.2 For creating one or more jobs directly as a result of supplier development and enterprise development initiatives by the measured entity. 1 1
2.4.3 (a) B-BBEE procurement spend from intermediated black professional service providers who are empowering suppliers based on the B-BBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of intermediated spend 2 5%
Or
2.4.3 (b) B-BBEE procurement spend from black stockbrokers or black fund managers who are empowering suppliers based on the BBBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of total value of all trade allocated 2 5%
2.4.4 B-BBEE procurement spend from designated group suppliers that are at least 51% black owned as a percentage of the total measured spend 2 2%
2.4.5 Enterprise development support of black stockbrokers, black fund managers or intermediaries 2 0.5% of NPAT (recoverable or nonrecoverable)
Enterprise and Supplier Development Subotal 23
Enterprise and Supplier Development Total 43
Socio-Economic Development 2 Soci-Economic Development
2,1 Annual value of all Qualifying Socio-Economic Development contributions by the measured entity as a percentage of NPAT 3 0,60%
2,2 Annual value of all Qualifying Consumer Education contributions by the measured entity as a percentage of NPAT 2 0,40%
2.3 Bonus Points
2.3.1 Additional CE contributions made by the measured Entity as a percentage of NPAT 1 0,10%
2.3.2 Grant contribution to Fundisa Retail Fund and other similar initiatives 2 0,2%
Socio-Economic Development Total 8
Access to Financial Services Access to Financial Services
2,1 Appropriate Products Subtotal 2
2.1.1 Personal Lines 1
2.1.2 Commercial Lines 1
2,2 Insurance Policies Subtotal 10
2.2.1 Personal Lines 8 868 072
2.2.2 Commercial Lines 2 284 884
Access to Financial Services Total 12
Total Scorecard 134

 

Target for International Banks, SAVCA members & Reinsurers – Socio-Economic Development
Socio-Economic Development 2 Soci-Economic Development
2,1 Annual value of all Qualifying Socio-Economic Development contributions by the measured entity as a percentage of NPAT 3 0,70%
2,2 Annual value of all Qualifying Consumer Education contributions by the measured entity as a percentage of NPAT 2 0
2.3 Bonus Points
2.3.1 Additional CE contributions made by the measured Entity as a percentage of NPAT 1 0,10%
2.3.2 Grant contribution to Fundisa Retail Fund and other similar initiatives 2 0,2%
Socio-Economic Development Total 8

 

Access to Financial Services Scorecard – Banking
Access Method Qualifying Market/Arear Qualifying Criteria Range Target Available Points
2,1 Geographic Access (Reach) One or more of:
2.1.1 Transaction point 50% or more of
house-holds fall
within LSM 1-5
draw cash, or 5 km 85% 1
purchase from their accounts
2.1.2 Service point reset a PIN 10 km 70% 1
money transfers,
get a statement, or
initiate account queries
2.1.3 Sales point replace a card, 15 km 60% 2
deposit cash into their accounts, or
acquire:
a transaction account, a funeral policy,
a savings account, or
a loan.
2.1.4 Electronic Access Individuals earning
less than R5,000 per
month increasing by
CPIX p.a.
The use of telephones,
mobile phones, internet
banking or any other new
technology for: money
transfers, account to
account transfers,
prepaid purchases,
balance enquiries (list
not exhaustive).
National 19% of account
holders within
the target
market
2
2,2 Banking
Densification
Individuals in the
LSM 1-5 group
nationally
Access to cash
withdrawal facility per
measuring unit
National 1, 500 adults
per point of
presence
3
2,3 Product related
access
Individuals in the
LSM 1-5 group
nationally
Number of active
accounts for qualifying
products per institution
National 12 370 082
active accounts
in 2017 (SASSA
accounts not
included)
3
Access to Financial Services Total 12

 


MAC – Large Entities

MAC – Large Entities Scorecard (Generic)
Compliance Target
Scorecard Element Code Criteria Points %
Ownership 8.1 Voting rights
8.1.1 Exercisable voting rights in the enterprise in the hands of black people 4 45%
8.1.2 Exercisable voting rights in the enterprise in the hands of black women 2 30%
Voting Rights Subtotal 6
8.2 Economic Interest
8.2.1 Economic interest of black people in the enterprise 4 45%
8.2.2 Economic interest of black women in the enterprise 2 30%
8.2.3 Economic Interest of Black natural people in the enterprise:
8.2.3.1 black designated groups 3 5%
8.2.3.2 black participants in employee-ownership schemes
8.2.3.3 black beneficiaries of broad-based ownership schemes
8.2.3.4 black participants in co-operatives
8.2.4 Involvement in the ownership of the enterprises of black new entrants. 2 4%
Economic Interest Subtotal 11
8.3 Realisation points
Net value 8
Ownership Total 25
Management Control 9.1 Board participation
9.1.1 Exercisable voting rights of black board members as a percentage of all board members 2 50%
9.1.2 Exercisable voting rights of black female board members as a percentage of all board members 1 25%
9.1.3 Black executive directors as a percentage of all executive directors 2 50%
9.1.4 Black female executive directors as a percentage of all executive directors 1 25%
9.2 Other Executive Management
9.2.1 Black executive management as a percentage of all executive management 3 60%
9.2.2 Black female executive management as a percentage of all executive management 2 30%
Executive Management Subtotal 11
9.3 Senior Management
9.3.1 Black employees in senior management as a percentage of all senior management 3 60%
9.3.2 Black female employees in senior management as a percentage of all senior management 2 30%
9.4 Middle Management
9.4.1 Black employees in middle management as a percentage of all middle management 3 75%
9.4.2 Black female employees in middle management as a percentage of all middle management 2 38%
9.5 Junior Management
9.5.1 Black employees in junior management as a percentage of all junior management 2 88%
9.5.2 Black female employees in junior management as a percentage of all junior management 2 44%
9.6 Employees with disabilities
9.6.1 Black employees with disabilities as a percentage of all employees 2 2%
Employment Equity Subtotal 16
Management Control Total 27
Skills Development 10.1 Skills development expenditure on any programme specified in the Learning Programme Matrix for black people as a percentage of the Leviable Amount
10.1.1 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black people as a percentage of leviable amount 8 6%
10.1.2 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black employees with disabilities as a percentage of leviable amount. 4 0,3%
10.2 Learnerships, Apprenticeships, and Internships
10.2.1 Number of black unemployed people participating in learnerships and internships as a percentage of total employees 4 2,5%
10.2.2 Number of black unemployed people participating in training specified in the learning programme matrix as a percentage of number of employees 4 2,5%
10.3 Bonus Points
10.3.1 Number of black people absorbed by the Measured and Industry Entity at the end of the Learnerships and Internships programme 10 100%
Skills Development Total 30
Enterprise and Supplier Development 11.1 Preferential procurement
11.1.1 B-BBEE procurement spend from all empowering suppliers based on the B-BBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of total measured procurement spend 5 80%
11.1.2 B-BBEE procurement spend from all empowering suppliers that are qualifying small enterprises based on the applicable B-BBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of total measured procurement spend 4 20%
11.1.3 B-BBEE procurement spend from all exempted micro-enterprises based on the applicable B-BBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of total measured of total measured procurement spend 5 20%
11.1.4 B-BBEE procurement spend from empowering suppliers that are at least 51% black owned based on the applicable B-BBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of total measured procurement spend 9 40%
11.1.5 B-BBEE procurements spend from empowering suppliers that are at least 30% black women owned based on the applicable B-BBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of total measured procurement spend 4 12%
Bonus Points
B-BBEE procurement spend from designated group suppliers that are at least 51% black owned 2 2%
Preferential Procurement Subtotal 29
11.2 Supplier development
11.2.1 Annual value of all supplier development contributions made by the measured entity as a percentage of the target 10 2% of NPAT
11.3 Enterprise development
11.3.1 Annual value of enterprise development contributions and sector specific programmes made by the measured entity as a percentage of the target 5 1% of NPAT
11.4 Bonus Points
11.4.1 Bonus point for graduation of one or more enterprise development beneficiaries to graduate to the supplier development level 1
11.4.2 Bonus point for creating one or more jobs directly as a result of supplier development and enterprise development initiatives by the measured entity 1
Enterprise and Supplier Development Subotal 17
Enterprise and Supplier Development Total 46
Socio-Economic Development 12.1 Soci-Economic Development
12.1.1 Average annual value of all socio economic development contributions by the measured entity as a percentage of the target 5 2,5%
Socio-Economic Development Total 5
Responsible Social Marketing and Communications 13.1 Responsible Social Marketing and Communications
13.1.1 Annual value of contributions and participation in sector specific programs of the entity to promote responsible behavioural changes in line with national strategic objectives. 5 2,50%
Total Scorecard 138


Agri – Large Enterprises

Agri – Large Enteprises Scorecard (Generic)
Compliance Target
Scorecard Element Code Criteria Points %
Ownership 7.2.3.1 Voting rights
7.2.3.1.1 Exercisable Voting Rights in the Entity in the hands of Black people 4 25%+1 Vote
7.2.3.1.2 Exercisable Voting Rights in the Entity in the hands of Black women 2 10%
Voting Rights Subtotal 6
7.2.3.2 Economic Interest
7.2.3.2.1 Economic Interest in the Entity to which Black people are entitled 4 25%
7.2.3.2.2 Economic Interest in the Entity to which Black women are entitled 2 10%
7.2.3.2.3 Economic Interest of any of the following Black natural people in the Measured Entity
7.2.3.2.3.1 Black designated groups; 3 4%
7.2.3.2.3.2 Black participants in Employee Share Ownership Programmes;
7.2.3.2.3.3 Black people in Broad based Ownership Scheme;
7.2.3.2.3.4 Black participants in Co-operatives;
7.2.3.2.3.5 Farm workers
7.2.3.2.4 New Entrants 2 2%
Economic Interest Subtotal 11
7.2.3.3 Realisation Points
Net value 8 Refer to Annexure E of the Amended Codes of Good Practice
Ownership Total 25
Management Control 7.3.3.1 Board participation
7.3.3.1.1 Exercisable voting rights of black board members as a percentage of all board members 2 50%
7.3.3.1.2 Exercisable voting rights of black female board members as a percentage of all board members 1 25%
7.3.3.1.3 Black Executive directors as a percentage of all executive directors 2 50%
7.3.3.1.4 Black female Executive directors as a percentage of all executive directors 1 25%
7.1.3.2 Other Executive Management:
7.1.3.2.1 Black Executive Management as a percentage of all executive directors 2 60%
7.1.3.2.2 Black female Executive Management as percentage of all executive directors 1 30%
Executive Management Subtotal 9
7.1.3.3 Senior Management
7.1.3.3.1 Black employees in Senior Management as a percentage of all senior management 2 60%
7.1.3.3.2 Black female employees in Senior Management as a percentage of all senior management 1 30%
7.1.3.4 Middle Management
7.1.3.4.1 Black employees in Middle Management as a percentage of all middle management 2 75%
7.1.3.4.2 Black female employees in Middle Management as a percentage of all middle management 1 38%
7.1.3.5 Junior Management
7.1.3.5.1 Black employees in Junior Management as a percentage of all junior management 1 88%
7.1.3.5.2 Black female employees in Junior Management as a percentage of all junior management 1 44%
7.1.3.6 Employees with disabilities
7.1.3.6.1 Black employees with disabilities as a percentage of all employees 2 2%
Employment Equity Subtotal 10
Management Control Total 19
Skills Development 7.4.4 Skills Development scorecard for Large Enterprises
7.4.4.1 Skills Development Expenditure on Learning Programmes specified in the Learning Programme Matrix for black people as a percentage of Leviable (payroll) Amount.(provided 85% is on scarce and critical skills) 8 6%
7.4.4.2 Skills Development Expenditure on Learning Programmes specified in the Learning Programme Matrix for black people with disabilities as a percentage of Leviable (payroll) Amount.(provided 85% is on scarce and critical skills) 4 0,3%
Learnerships, Apprenticeships, and Internships
7.4.4.3 Number of black people participating in Learnership, Apprenticeships, and Internships as a percentage of total employees(provided 85% is on scarce and critical skills) 4 2,5%
7.4.4.4 Number of black unemployed people participating in training specified in the learning programme matrix as a percentage of number of employees(provided 85% is on scarce and critical skills) 4 2,5%
Bonus Points:
7.4.4.5 Number of black people absorbed by the Measured and Industry Entity at the end of the Learnership programme 5 100%
Skills Development Total 25
Enterprise and Supplier Development PREFERENTIAL PROCUREMENT
7.5.1.1 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Empowering Suppliers based on the BBBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 5 80%
7.5.1.2 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Empowering Suppliers that are Qualifying Small Enterprises based on the applicable B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 3 15%
7.5.1.3 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Exempted Micro-Enterprises based on the applicable B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 4 15%
7.5.1.4 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from Empowering Suppliers that are at least 51% black owned based on the applicable B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend Phase in: 10% for 1st Year, 20% for 2nd year, 25% for 3rd year, 30% for 4th year, 40% for 5th year, provided the measured entity achieve the 3% NPAT under 2.1
below
9 40%
7.5.1.5 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from Empowering Suppliers that are at least 30% black women owned based on the applicable B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend. Phase in: Target is 6% for year 1 to year 4, provided the target for supplier development is increased to 3% NPAT. 4 12%
Bonus Points
7.5.1.6 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from Designated Group Suppliers that are at least 51% Black owned. 2 2%
Preferential Procurement Subtotal 27
Supplier development
7.5.1.7 Annual value of all Supplier Development Contribution made by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the target 10 (3% of NPAT for year 1 to year 4) 2% of NPAT
Enterprise development
7.5.1.8 Annual value of Enterprise Development Contribution and Sector Specific Programmes made by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the target. 5 1.5% of NPAT
Bonus Points
7.5.1.9 Bonus point for graduation of one or more Enterprise Development beneficiaries to graduate to the Supplier Development level 1
7.5.1.10 Bonus point for creating one or more jobs directly as a result of Supplier Development and Enterprise Development initiatives by the Measured Entity. 1
Enterprise and Supplier Development Subotal 17
Enterprise and Supplier Development Total 44
Socio-Economic Development Socio-Economic Development Development for Large Enteprises
7.6.1.1 Annual value of all Socio-Economic Development Contributions by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the target 15 1.5% of NPAT
Socio-Economic Development Total 15
Responsible Social Marketing and Communications 13.1 Responsible Social Marketing and Communications
13.1.1 Annual value of contributions and participation in sector specific programs of the entity to promote responsible behavioural changes in line with national strategic objectives. 5 2,50%
Total Scorecard 133
7.5.3.2 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from Empowering Suppliers that are at least 51% black owned based on the applicable B-BBEE Procurement Precognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend Phase in: 5% for 1st Year, 10% for 2nd year, 15% for 3rd year, 5 15%
Preferential Procurement Subtotal 15
Supplier Development
7.5.3.3 Annual value of all Supplier Development Contribution made by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the target 5 1% of NPAT
Enterprise Development
7.5.3.4 Annual value of Enterprise Development Contribution and Sector Specific Programmes made by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the target. 5 1.5% of NPAT
Enterprise and Supplier Development Subotal 10
Enterprise and Supplier Development Total 25
Socio-Economic Development Soci-Economic Development
7.6.3.1 Annual value of all Socio-Economic Development Contributions by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the target 15 1.5% of NPAT
Socio-Economic Development Total 15
Total Scorecard 110


Agri – Specialised Scorecard for Large Enterprises

Agri – Specialised Scorecard for Large Enteprises (Generic)
Compliance Target
Scorecard Element Code Criteria Points %
Management Control 7.3.4.1 Board Participation:
7.3.4.1.1 Exercisable voting rights of black board members as a percentage of all board members 2 50%
7.3.4.1.2 Exercisable voting rights of black female board members as a percentage of all board members 1 25%
7.3.4.1.3 Black executive directors as a percentage of all executive directors 2 50%
7.3.4.1.4 Black female executive directors as a percentage of all executive directors. 1 25%
7.3.4.2 Other Executive Management
7.3.4.2.1 Black executive management as a percentage of all executive management 2 60%
7.3.4.2.2 Black executive management as a percentage of all executive management 1 30%
Executive Management Subtotal 9
7.3.4.3 Senior Management
7.3.4.3.1 Black employees in senior management as percentage of all senior management 2 60%
7.3.4.3.2 Black female employees in senior management as a percentage of all senior management 1 30%
7.3.4.4 Middle Management
7.3.4.4.1 Black employees in middle management as a percentage of all management 2 75%
7.3.4.4.2 Black female employees in middle management as a percentage of all middle management 1 38%
7.3.4.5 Junior Management
7.3.4.5.1 Black employees in junior management as a percentage of all junior management 2 88%
7.3.4.5.2 Black female employees in junior management as a percentage of all junior management 1 44%
7.3.4.6 Employees with disabilities
7.3.4.6.1 Black employees with disabilities as a percentage of all employees 2 2%
Employment Equity Subtotal 11
Management Control Total 20
Skills Development 7.4.5 Skills Development Specialised Scorecard for Large Enterprises
7.4.5.1 Skills Development Expenditure on Learning Programmes specified in the Learning Programme Matrix for black people as a percentage of the Leviable Amount.(provided 85% is on scarce and critical skills) 9 6%
7.4.5.2 Skills Development Expenditure on Learning Programmes specified in the Learning Programme Matrix for black employees with disabilities as a percentage of the Leviable Amount 4 0,3%
Learnerships, apprenticeships and internships
7.4.5.3 Number of black people participating in learnerships, apprenticeships and internships as a percentage of total employees 6 2,5%
7.4.5.4 Number of black unemployed people participating in training specified in the learning programme matrix as a percentage of number of employees 6 2,5%
Bonus Points
7.4.5.5 Number of black people absorbed by the Measured Entity and Industry at the end of the leanership/apprenticeship or internship programme 5 100%
Skills Development Total 30
Enterprise and Supplier Development Preferential Procurement
7.5.2.1 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Empowering Suppliers based on B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 5 80%
7.5.2.2 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Empowering Suppliers that are Qualifying Small Enterprises based on the applicable BBBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 4 15%
7.5.2.3 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Exempted Micro-Enterprises based on the applicable B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 5 15%
7.5.2.4 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from Empowering Suppliers that are at least 51% black owned based on the applicable BBBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 11 40%
7.5.2.5 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from Empowering Suppliers that are at least 30% black women owned based on applicable B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 5 12%
Bonus Points
7.5.2.6 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from Designated Group Suppliers that are at least 51% black owned 2 2%
Preferential Procurement Subtotal 32
Supplier Development
7.5.2.7 Annual value of all Supplier Development Contributions made by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the target 15 2% of Net Profit After Tax (NPAT) or 0,2% Annual Revenue/Allocated budget/Gross receipts/Discretional spend
Enterprise Development
7.5.2.8 Annual value of all Enterprise Development Contributions and Sector Specific Programmes made by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the target 5 1% of Net Profit After Tax (NPAT) or 0,1% Annual Revenue/Allocated budget/Gross receipts/Discretional spend
Bonus Points
7.5.2.9 Bonus points for graduation of one or more Enterprise Development beneficiaries to graduate to the Supplier Development level 1
7.5.2.10 Bonus points for creating one or more jobs directly as a result of Supplier Development and Enterprise Development initiatives by Measured Entity 1
Enterprise and Supplier Development Subotal 22
Enterprise and Supplier Development Total 54
Socio-Economic Development Socio-Economic Development for Specialised Large Enterprise
7.6.2.1 Annual value of all Socio-Economic Development Contributions by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the target. 5 1% of Net Profit After Tax (NPAT) or 0,1% Annual Revenue/Allocated budget/Gross receipts/Discretional spend
Socio-Economic Development Total 5
Total Scorecard 109


Forestry

Forestry – Generic Scorecard
Compliance Target
Scorecard Element Code Criteria Points %
Ownership 2.1 Voting rights:
2.1.1 Exercisable Voting Rights in the Entity in the hands of Black people 4 25%+1 vote
2.1.2 Exercisable Voting Rights in the Entity in the hands of Black women 2 10%
Voting Rights Subtotal 6
2.2 Economic Interest:
2.2.1 Economic Interest in the Entity to which Black people are entitled 4 25%
2.2.2 Economic Interest in the Entity to which Black women are entitled 2 10%
2.2.3 Economic Interest of any of the following Black natural people in the Measured Entity
2.2.3.1 Black Designated Groups; 3 7,5%
2.2.3.2 Black Participants in Employee Share Ownership Programmes;
2.2.3.3 Black People in Broad-based Ownership Schemes;
2.2.3.4 Black Participants in Co-operatives
2.2.4 Black New Entrants 2 2%
Economic Interest Subtotal 11
2.3 Realisation points:
2.3.1 Net Value 8 Refer to
Annexe FSC100 ( E )
2.4 Bonus Points
2.4.1 Economic Interest held by communities in areas of operation of the Measured Entity* 5 2.5% (over and above the 7.5% target under 2.2.3)
2.4.2 Economic Interest held by Black Employees of the Measured Entity* 5 2.5% (over and above the 7.5% target under 2.2.3)
2.4.3 Bonus point for Economic Interest in the hands of Black People in excess of the 25% target in indicator 2.2.1 1 5% (over and above the 25% target)
2.4.4 Bonus point for Economic Interest in the hands of Black women in excess of the 10% target in indicator 2.2.2 1 5% (over and above the 10% target)
Ownership Total 37
Management Control 2.1 Board participation:
2.1.1 Exercisable voting Rights of black board members as a percentage of all board members 2 50%
2.1.2 Exercisable voting Rights of black female board members as a percentage of all board members 1 25%
2.1.3 Black Executive Directors as a percentage of all executive directors 2 50%
2.1.4 Black female Executive Directors as a percentage of all Executive Directors 1 25%
2.2 Other Executive Management:
2.2.1 Black Executive Management as a percentage of all Other Executive Management 2 60%
2.2.2 Black female other Executive Management as a percentage of all Other Executive Management 1 30%
Executive Management Subtotal 9
2.3 Senior Management:
2.3.1 Black employees in Senior Management as a percentage of all Senior Management 2 60%
2.3.2 Black female employees in Senior Management as a percentage of all Senior Management 1 30%
2.4 Middle Management:
2.4.1 Black Employees in Middle Management as a percentage of all Middle Management 2 75%
2.4.2 Black female Employees in Middle Management as a percentage of all Middle Management 1 38%
2.5 Junior Management:
2.5.1 Black Employees in Junior Management as a percentage of all Junior Management 1 88%
2.5.2 Black female Employees in Junior Management as a percentage of all Junior Management 1 44%
2.6 Employees with disabilities:
2.6.1 Black Employees with Disabilities as a percentage of all office based Employees 2 2%
Employment Equity Subtotal 10
Management Control Total 19
Skills Development 2.1.1 Skills Development Expenditure on any programme specified in the Learning Programme Matrix for Black People as a percentage of the Leviable Amount
2.1.1.1 Skills Development Expenditure on Learning Programmes specified in the Learning Programme Matrix for Black People as a percentage of Leviable Amount 8 5%
2.1.1.2 Skills Development Expenditure on Learning Programmes specified in the Learning Programme Matrix for Black People with Disabilities as a percentage of Leviable Amount 4 0,3%
2.1.2 Learnerships, Apprenticeships, and Internships
2.1.2.1 Number of Black Employees participating in Learnerships, Apprenticeships and Internships paid for by the Measured Entity as a percentage of total Employees 4 2,5%
2.1.2.2 Number of black Unemployed Learners participating in Learnerships, Apprenticeships and Internships paid for by the Measured Entity as a percentage of number of total Employees 4 2,5%
Bonus Points
2.1.3 Number of Black People Absorbed by the Measured Entity at the end of the Learnerships programme 5 100%
Skills Development Total 25
Enterprise and Supplier Development 2.1 PREFERENTIAL PROCUREMENT:
2.1.1 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Empowering Suppliers based on the B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 5 80%
2.1.2 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Empowering Suppliers that are Qualifying Small Enterprises based on the applicable B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend. 3 15%
2.1.3 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Exempted Micro-Enterprises based on the applicable B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 4 15%
2.1.4 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from Empowering Suppliers that are at least 51% Black Owned based on the applicable B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 9 40%
2.1.5 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from Empowering Suppliers that are at least 30% Black Women Owned based on the applicable B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 2 10%
2.1.6 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from Suppliers that are at least 51% Black Owned and 51% owned by Black Designated Groups. 2 2%
Bonus Points
2.1.7 Compliance with Industry Codes of Contracting (these points can only be earned if the Measured Entity has earned 9.2 points in aggregate for indicators 2.1.1 to 2.1.6) 2 Yes
Preferential Procurement Subtotal 27
2.2 SUPPLIER DEVELOPMENT:
2.2.1 Annual value of all Qualifying Supplier Development Contributions made by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the Target 10 2% of NPAT
2.3 ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT:
2.3.1 Annual value of all Qualifying Enterprise Development Contributions made by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the Target. 10 or 7* 1%ofNPAT
2.3.2 Annual sale of logs & sawtimber (as a percentage of total sales in terms of tonnage) to QSE and EMEs enterprises based on their B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels 0 or 2* 0 or 20%*
2.3.3 Annual sale of logs and sawtimber (as a percentage of total sales in terms of tonnage) to enterprises (regardless of their B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Level) that are:
– 51% Black Owned; or
– 30% Black Women Owned
0 or 1* 0 or 5%*
*These weightings and targets are only applicable where the Measured Entity is a Grower or a Sawmiller
2.4 Bonus Points
2.4.1 Bonus point for graduation of one or more Qualifying Enterprise Development Beneficiaries to graduate to the Supplier Development level. 1 Yes
2.4.2 Bonus point for creating one or more jobs directly as a result of Qualifying Supplier Development and Enterprise Development Contributions by the Measured Entity. 1 Yes
2.4.3 Annual value of Supplier and/or Enterprise Development sector approved contributions in partnership with Government. 1 0.5% of NPAT (over and above the 3% NPAT combined ESD Target)
2.4.4 Annual Value of Supplier and/or Enterprise Development Contributions to 30% Black Women Owned QSE’s and EME’s. 1 0.5% of NPAT (over and above the 3% NPAT combined ESD Target)
Enterprise and Supplier Development Subotal 24
Enterprise and Supplier Development Total 51
Socio-Economic Development Soci-Economic Development
2.4.1 Annual value of all Qualifying Socio-Economic Contributions by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the Target 5 1% of NPAT
Bonus Points
2.4.2 Bonus points for Sector Specific Contributions or Qualifying Socio-Economic Contributions in excess of the 1% Target in indicator 2.4.1 3 0.75% of NPAT (over and above the 1% Target)
Socio-Economic Development Total 8
Total Scorecard 140


Property – Property Owning Companies

Property – Property Owning Companies – Generic Scorecard
Compliance Target
Scorecard Element Code Criteria Points %
Ownership Voting rights:
Exercisable Voting Rights in the Enterprise in the hands of Black people 4 27%
Exercisable Voting Rights in the Enterprise in the hands of Black women 2 10%
Voting Rights Subtotal 6
Economic Interest:
Economic Interest of Black people in the Enterprise 4 27%
Economic Interest of Black women in the Enterprise 2 10%
Economic interest of the following black natural persons in the measured entity
1 Black designated groups; 4 2,5%
2 Black participants in Employee share ownership Schemes Programme:
3 Black beneficiaries of Broad based Ownership Schemes;
4 Black participants in Co-operatives.
New Entrants 2 2%
Economic Interest Subtotal 12
Realization points:
Net equity Value 8 Yr 1 – 3%
Yr 2 – 7%
Yr 3 – 10%
Yr 4 – 15%
Yr 5 – 19%
Yr 6 – 24%
Yr 7 – 30%
Yr 8 – 36%
Yr 9 – 43%
Yr 10 – 50%
Financial Support
Financial support to Black property owned and controlled companies with at least 51% black ownership (level1-3) measured as a % of development/ redevelopments spend on properties not currently owned by the measured entity 4 1-3yrs
1%
4-5yrs
2%
Bonus Points
Disposal of assets to Black owned and controlled company with at least 51% Black ownership (level1-3) as a % of total asset disposal 3 35%
Ownership Total 33
Management Control 2.1 Board participation:
2.1.1 Exercisable voting rights of Black Board members as a percentage of all Board members 2 50%
2.1.2 Exercisable voting rights of black Female Board members as a percentage of all Board members 1 25%
2.1.3 Black executive directors as a percentage of all executive directors 2 50%
2.1.4 Black female executive directors as a percentage of all executive directors 1 25%
Bonus Points
Black executive directors as a percentage of all executive directors 1 70%
Black female executive directors as a percentage of all executive directors 1 35%
2.2 Other Executive Management:
2.2.1 Black other executive management as a percentage of all executive management 2 60%
2.2.2 Black other female executive management as a percentage of all executive management 1 30%
Executive Management Subtotal 11
Senior Management
Black employees in Senior Management as a percentage of all Senior Management 4 60%
Black Female employees in Senior Management as a percentage of all Senior Management 2 30%
Bonus Points
Black employees in Senior Management as a percentage of all Senior Management 1 70%
Black Female employees in Senior Management as a percentage of all senior management 1 40%
Middle Management
Black employees in Middle Management as a percentage of all Middle Management 3 75%
Black Female employees in Middle Management as a percentage of all Middle Management 1 38%
Bonus Points
Black employees in Middle Management as a percentage of all Middle Management 0,5 85%
Black Female employees in Middle Management as a percentage of all Middle Management 0,5 50%
Junior Management
Black employees in Junior management as a percentage of all Junior Management 1 88%
Black Female employees in Junior Management as a percentage of all Junior Management 1 44%
Employees with disabilities
Black Disabled Employees as a percentage of all employees 1 2%
Employment Equity Subtotal 16
Management Control Total 27
Skills Development Skill Development expenditure on any programme specified in the learning programme matrix for Black people as a percentage of leviable amount
Matrix Skills Development Expenditure on Learning Programmes, specified in the Learning Programme Matrix for Black people as a percentage of leviable amount 8 5%
Matrix Skills Development Expenditure on Learning Programmes, specified in the Learning Programme Matrix for black people with disabilities as a percentage of Leviable Amount 3 0,3%
Learnerships, Apprenticeships, and Internships
Number of black employees participating in Learnerships, Apprenticeships and Internships as a percentage of total employees 4 2,5%
Number of previously unemployed black people participating in Learnerships, Apprenticeships and Internships as a percentage of total employees 4 2,5%
Bonus Points
Number of black people in any sector absorbed by the measured entity and industry entity at the end of the learnership, internship or apprenticeship programme 3 100%
Skills Development Total 22
Enterprise and Supplier Development 2.1 PREFERENTIAL PROCUREMENT:
BBEE Procurement Spend from all Empowering Suppliers based on the B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 2 80%
B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Empowering Suppliers that are Qualifying Small Enterprises based on the applicable B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 2 15%
B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Empowering Suppliers that are Exempted Micro-Enterprises based on the applicable B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 2 15%
B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Empowering Suppliers that are at least 51% black owned based on the applicable B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 8 40%
B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Empowering Suppliers that are more than 30% black women-owned based on the applicable B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 4 12%
Percentage of procurement spend with at least 51% Black owned Property Service enterprises (level 1-3) as a percentage of the total property services spend 6 40%
Preferential Procurement Subtotal 24
2.2 SUPPLIER DEVELOPMENT
Annual value of all Supplier Development Contributions made by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the target. 10 2% of NPAT
2.3 ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT
2.3.1 Annual value of Enterprise Development Contributions and Sector Specific Programmes made by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the target. 5 1% of NPAT
Bonus Points
BEE Procurement Spent from designated group suppliers that are at least 51% Black Owned 2 2%
Bonus points for graduation of one or more Enterprise Development beneficiaries to the Supplier Development level 1
Bonus points for creating one or more job directly in the beneficiary entity as a result of supplier Development or enterprise development initiatives by the measured entity 1
Enterprise and Supplier Development Subotal 19
Enterprise and Supplier Development Total 43
Socio-Economic Development Soci-Economic Development
Annual value of all socio-Economic Development Contribution made by measured entity as a percentage of the target 2 1% of NPAT
Socio-Economic Development Total 2
Economic Development Economic Development
6,1 Economic Development Investment in under-resourced areas as a % of total annual investment 3 10%
6,2 Contribution towards any Economic Development Programme as a % of total annual investment activities. 2 5%
Economic Development Total 5
Total Scorecard 132


Property – All other companies

Property – All other companies – Generic Scorecard
Compliance Target
Scorecard Element Code Criteria Points %
Ownership Voting rights:
Exercisable Voting Rights in the Enterprise in the hands of Black people 5 25% + 1 Vote
Exercisable Voting Rights in the Enterprise in the hands of Black women 2 10%
Voting Rights Subtotal 7
Economic Interest:
Economic Interest of Black people in the Enterprise 5 27%
Economic Interest of Black women in the Enterprise 2 10%
Economic interest of the following black natural persons in the measured entity
1 Black designated groups; 4 2,5%
2 Black participants in Employee share ownership Schemes Programme:
3 Black beneficiaries of Broad based Ownership Schemes;
4 Black participants in Co-operatives.
New Entrants 2 2%
Economic Interest Subtotal 13
Realization points:
Net equity Value 10 Yr 1 -10%
Yr 2-20%
Yr 3 – 40%
Yr 5 – 60%
Yr 7 – 80%
Yr 9 – 100%
Bonus Points
Disposal of assets to Black owned and controlled company with at least 51% Black ownership (level1-3) as a % of total asset disposal 3 35%
Ownership Total 33
Management Control Board participation:
Exercisable voting rights of Black Board members as a percentage of all voting Board members 4 50%
Exercisable voting rights of Black Female board members as a percentage of all voting Board members 2 25%
Other Executive Management:
Black executive management as a percentage of all executive management 2 60%
Black Female executive management as a percentage of all executive management 1 30%
Bonus Points
Black Executive Management as a percentage of all executive Management 1 70%
Black Female executive Management as a percentage of all executive management 1 40%
Executive Management Subtotal 11
Employment Equity
Black practitioners as a percentage of total practitioners 4 50%
Black Female practitioners as a percentage of total practitioners 3 35%
Black people in Management as a percentage of total Management 2 35%
Black female in Management as a percentage of total Management 1 18%
Black people in administration as a percentage of total administrators 1 30%
Black Females in administration as a percentage of total administrators 2 40%
Bonus Points
Black practitioners as a % of total practitioners 1 60%
Black people in management as a % of total management 0,5 45%
Black Females in Management as a % of total Management 0,5 35%
Employment Equity Subtotal 15
Management Control Total 26
Skills Development Skill Development expenditure on any programme specified in the learning programme matrix for Black people as a percentage of leviable amount
Matrix Skills Development Expenditure on Learning Programmes, specified in the Learning Programme Matrix for Black people as a percentage of leviable amount 8 5%
Matrix Skills Development Expenditure on Learning Programmes, specified in the Learning Programme Matrix for black people with disabilities as a percentage of Leviable Amount 3 0,3%
Learnerships, Apprenticeships, and Internships
Number of black employees participating in Learnerships, Apprenticeships and Internships as a percentage of total employees 4 2,5%
Number of previously unemployed black people participating in Learnerships, Apprenticeships and Internships as a percentage of total employees 4 2,5%
Bonus Points
Number of black people in any sector absorbed by the measured entity and industry entity at the end of the learnership, internship or apprenticeship programme 3 100%
Skills Development Total 22
Enterprise and Supplier Development 2.1 PREFERENTIAL PROCUREMENT:
BBEE Procurement Spend from all Empowering Suppliers based on the B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 2 80%
B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Empowering Suppliers that are Qualifying Small Enterprises based on the applicable B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 2 15%
B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Empowering Suppliers that are Exempted Micro-Enterprises based on the applicable B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 2 15%
B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Empowering Suppliers that are at least 51% black owned based on the applicable B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 8 40%
B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Empowering Suppliers that are more than 30% black women-owned based on the applicable B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 4 12%
Percentage of procurement spend with at least 51% Black owned Property Service enterprises (level 1-3) as a percentage of the total property services spend 6 40%
Preferential Procurement Subtotal 24
2.2 SUPPLIER DEVELOPMENT
Annual value of all Supplier Development Contributions made by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the target. 10 2% of NPAT
2.3 ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT
2.3.1 Annual value of Enterprise Development Contributions and Sector Specific Programmes made by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the target. 5 1% of NPAT
Bonus Points
BEE Procurement Spent from designated group suppliers that are at least 51% Black Owned 2 2%
Bonus points for graduation of one or more Enterprise Development beneficiaries to the Supplier Development level 1
Bonus points for creating one or more job directly in the beneficiary entity as a result of supplier Development or enterprise development initiatives by the measured entity 1
Enterprise and Supplier Development Subotal 19
Enterprise and Supplier Development Total 43
Socio-Economic Development Soci-Economic Development
Annual value of all socio-Economic Development Contribution made by measured entity as a percentage of the target 2 1% of NPAT
Socio-Economic Development Total 2
Economic Development Economic Development
6,1 Economic Development Investment in under-resourced areas as a % of total annual investment 3 10%
6,2 Contribution towards any Economic Development Programme as a % of total annual investment activities. 2 5%
Economic Development Total 5
Total Scorecard 155


Tourism – Large Enterprises

Tourism – Large Enterprises Scorecard (Generic)
Compliance Target
Scorecard Element Code Criteria Points %
Ownership 2.1 Voting rights:
2.1.1 Exercisable Voting Rights in the entity in the hands of Black People; 4 30%
2.1.2 Exercisable Voting Rights in the entity in the hands of Black Women. 2 15%
Voting Rights Subtotal 6
2.2 Economic Interest:
2.2.1 Economic Interest in the entity to which Black People are entitled; 4 25%
2.2.2 Economic Interest in the entity to which Black Women are entitled; 2 10%
2.2.3 Economic Interest of any of the following Black Natural Persons in the measured entity.
2.2.3.1 Black Designated Groups; 3 3%
2.2.3.2 Black Participants in Employee Share Ownership Programmes;
2.2.3.3 Black People in Broad-Based Ownership Schemes;
2.2.3.4 Black Participants in Co-operatives.
2.2.4 Black New Entrants 4 10%
Economic Interest Subtotal 13
2.3 Realisation points:
2.3.1 Net Value 8 Refer to
Annexe
TSC100 ( C)
Ownership Total 27
Management Control 2.1 Board participation:
2.1.1 Exercisable Voting Rights of Black Board Members as a percentage of all Board Members; 2 50%
2.1.2 Exercisable Voting Rights of Black Female Board Members as a percentage of all Board Members; 1 30%
2.1.3 Black Executive Directors as a percentage of all Executive Directors; 2 50%
2.1.4 Black Female Executive Directors as a percentage of all Executive Directors. 1 30%
2.2 Other Executive Management:
2.2.1 Black Executive Management as a percentage of all Other Executive Management; 2 60%
2.2.2 Black Female Executive Management as a percentage of all Other Executive Management. 1 30%
Executive Management Subtotal 9
2.3 Senior Management:
2.3.1 Black Employees in Senior Management as a percentage of all Senior Management; 2 60%
2.3.2 Black Female Employees in Senior Management as a percentage of all Senior Management. 1 30%
2.4 Middle Management:
2.4.1 Black Employees in Middle Management as a percentage at all Middle Management; 2 75%
2.4.2 Black Female Employees in Middle Management as a percentage of all Middle Management. 1 38%
2.5 Junior Management:
2.5.1 Black Employees in Junior Management as a percentage of all Junior Management; 1 80%
2.5.2 Black Female Employees in Junior Management as a percentage of all Junior Management. 1 40%
2.6 Employees with disabilities:
2.6.1 Black Employees with Disabilities as a percentage of all Employees. 2 2%
Bonus Points
2.7.2 Number of Black Employees with Disabilities over and above the 2% target for Black Employees with Disabilities in terms of 2.6.1, as a percentage of all Employees. 2 1% (over and above 2% target in 2.6.1)
Employment Equity Subtotal 12
Management Control Total 21
Skills Development 2.1.1 Skills Development Expenditure on any programme specified in the Learning Programme Matrix for Black People as a percentage of the Leviable Amount
2.1.1.1 Skills Development Expenditure on Learning Programmes specified in the Learning Programme Matrix for Black People in any of the following three tourism sub-sectors as a percentage of Leviable Amount:
2.1.1.1.1 Accommodation; 5 6%
2.1.1.1.2 Hospitality and related services;
2.1.1.1.3 Travel and related services.
2.1.1.2 Skills Development Expenditure on Learning Programmes specified in the Learning Programme Matrix for Black People with Disabilities in any of the above three tourism sub-sectors as a percentage of Leviable Amount. 3 0,3%
2.1.1 Learnerships, Apprenticeships, and Internships
2.1.2.1 Number of Black Employees participating in Learnerships, Apprenticeships and Internships paid for by the measured entity as a percentage of total Employees. 8 3,5%
2.1.2.2 Number of Black Unemployed Learners participating in Learnerships, Apprenticeships and Internships paid for by the measured entity as a percentage of number of total Employees. 4 3%
2.1.2 Bonus Points
2.1.3.1 Number of Black People absorbed by the measured and/ or industry entity at the end of the Learnerships/ internship or Apprenticeship programme. 5 100%
Skills Development Total 25
Enterprise and Supplier Development 2.1 PREFERENTIAL PROCUREMENT:
2.1.1 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Empowering Suppliers based on the B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend; 5 80%
2.1.2 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Empowering Suppliers that are Qualifying Small Enterprises based on the applicable B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend; 3 15%
2.1.3 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Exempted Micro Enterprises based on the applicable B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend; 4 15%
2.1.4 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from Empowering Suppliers that are at least 51% Black Owned based on the applicable B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend; 9 40%
2.1.5 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from Empowering Suppliers that are 30% Black Women Owned based on the applicable B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend. 4 12%
Preferential Procurement Subtotal 25
2.2 SUPPLIER DEVELOPMENT:
2.2.1 Annual value of all qualifying Supplier Development contributions made by the measured entity as a percentage of the target. 10 3% of NPAT
2.3 ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT:
2.3.1 Annual value of all qualifying Enterprise Development contributions and Sector Specific Contributions made by the measured entity as a percentage of the target. 5 0.5% of NPAT
2.4 Bonus Points
2.4.1 Bonus point for graduation of one or more qualifying Enterprise Development beneficiaries to graduate to the Supplier Development level. 1 Yes
2.4.2 Bonus point for creating one or more jobs directly as a result of qualifying Supplier Development and Enterprise Development contributions by the measured entity. 1 Yes
Enterprise and Supplier Development Subotal 17
Enterprise and Supplier Development Total 42
Socio-Economic Development Soci-Economic Development
2.4.1 Annual value of all Qualifying Socio-Economic Development contributions by the measured entity as a percentage of the target. 5 1% of NPAT
Bonus Points
2.4.2 Status as TOMSA levy collector. 3 Yes
Socio-Economic Development Total 8
Total Scorecard 123


Defence

Defence Scorecard
Compliance Target
Scorecard Element Code Criteria Points %
Ownership 1 Voting rights: Year 1 Year 2 Year 3
1,1 Exercisable Voting Rights in the Measured Entity in the hands of Black people 4 25% 30% 35%
1,2 Exercisable Voting Rights in the Measured Entity in the hands of Black women 2 10% 15% 15%
Voting Rights Subtotal 6
2 Economic Interest:
2,1 Economic Interest in the Measured Entity to which Black people are entitled 4 25% 30% 35%
2,2 Economic Interest in the Measured Entity to which Black women are entitled 2 10% 15% 15%
2,3 Economic Interest of any of the following Black natural people in the Measured Entity
2.3.1 Military Veterans 2 3%
2.3.2 Black people in Broad- based Ownership 2
2.2.3 New Entrants 1 2%
Economic Interest Subtotal 11
3 Realisation points:
Net Value 8
Ownership Total 25
Management Control 1 Board participation:
1,1 Exercisable voting rights of Black board members as a percentage of all board members 2 50% 50% 60%
1,2 Exercisable voting rights of Black Military Veterans board members as a percentage of all board members 1 30% 30% 30%
1,3 Exercisable voting rights of Black female board members as a percentage of all board members 1 25% 25% 30%
1,4 Black Executive directors as a percentage of all executive directors 1 50% 50% 60%
1,5 Black female Executive directors as a percentage of all executive directors 1 25% 25% 30%
2 Other Executive Management:
2,1 Black Executive Management as a percentage of all executive directors 2 60% 60% 60%
2,2 Black female Executive Management as a percentage of all executive directors 1 30% 30% 30%
Executive Management Subtotal 9
3 Senior Management:
3,1 Black employees in Senior Management as a percentage of all senior management 2 60% 60% 60%
3,2 Black female employees in Senior Management 1 30% 30% 30%
4 Middle Management:
4,1 Black employees in Middle Management as a percentage of all middle management 2 75% 75% 80%
4,2 Black female employees in Middle Management as a percentage of all middle management 1 38% 38% 40%
5 Junior Management:
5,1 Black employees in Junior Management as a percentage of all junior management 1 88% 88% 90%
5,2 Black female employees in Junior Management as a percentage of all junior management 1 44% 44% 45%
6 Employees with disabilities:
Black employees with disabilities as a percentage of all employees 2 2% 2% 3%
Employment Equity Subtotal 10
Management Control Total 19
Skills Development Skills Development Expenditure on any programme specified in the Learning Programme Matrix for Black people as a percentage of the Leviable Amount
1,1 Skills Development expenditure on Learning Programmes for black people as a percentage of Leviable Amount 7 4%
1,2 Skills Development Expenditure on Learning Programmes for Black employees with disabilities 2 0,3%
1,3 Skills Development Expenditure on Learning Programmes for Black Military Veterans 1 1%
2 Learnerships, Apprenticeships, and Internships
2,1 Number of people from Black Designated Groups participating in Learnerships, Apprenticeships and Internships as a percentage of number of employees 3 3%
2,2 Number of Black people participating in Learnerships, Apprenticeships and Internships as a percentage of number of employees 3 2,5%
2,3 Number of Black unemployed people (or students) participating in Learnerships, Internships ad Apprenticeships participating in training as a percentage of number of employees 2 2,5%
2,4 Contribution to the Defence Industry Skills Development Fund for development of critical and scarce skills 2 1%
Bonus Points
3 Number of previously unemployed Black people absorbed by the Entity at the end of the Learnerships, Internships and Apprenticeships programme 5 100%
Skills Development Total 25
Enterprise and Supplier Development 1. Preferential procurement
1,1 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Empowering Suppliers based on the B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend. 5 80%
1,2 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Empowering Suppliers that are Qualifying Small Enterprises based on the applicable BBBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 3 8%
1,3 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Exempted Micro-Enterprises based on the applicable BBBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend based on the Total Measured Procurement Spend 4 15%
1,4 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from Empowering Suppliers that are at least 51% black owned based on the applicable BBBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 9 40%
1,5 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from Empowering Suppliers that are at least 30% black women owned based on the applicable B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 4 12%
Bonus Points
2 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from Designated Group Suppliers that are at least 51% Black owned. 2 6%
Preferential Procurement Subtotal 27
3 Supplier Development
Annual value of all Supplier Development Contributions made by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the target 8 2% of NPAT
4. Enterprise Development
Annual value of Enterprise Development Contributions and Sector Specific Programmes made by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the target 4 1%ofNPAT
Annual Contributions to the Enterprise and Development Fund 3 1% of value of contracts with State
5 Bonus Points
Bonus point for graduation of one or more Enterprise Development beneficiaries to graduate to the Supplier Development level 1
Bonus point for creating one or more jobs directly as a result of Supplier Development and Enterprise Development initiatives by the Measured Entity. 1 75%
Bonus points for discharging DIP obligations for benefit of South African entities that are 25.1% Black owned and managed. 2
Enterprise and Supplier Development Subotal 19
Enterprise and Supplier Development Total 46
Localisation Localisation
Defence Matériel products and services procured from local enterprises 6 60%
Procurement from local enterprises that introduce new locally developed technology in the industry
Technologies that are manufactured within the Republic of South Africa by locally-based enterprises from intellectual property owned by local enterprises; and
Technologies that are manufactured within the Republic of South Africa by local enterprises from intellectual properties licensed thereto by local or off-shore enterprises.
4 60%
Localisation Total 10
Socio-Economic Development Soci-Economic Development
Annual Value of all Socio-Economic Contributions by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the target 3 0.5% of NPAT
Annual Value of all Socio-Economic Contributions to Military Veterans by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the target 2 0.5% of NPAT
Socio-Economic Development Total 5
Total Scorecard 130


Defence Specialised

Defence Scorecard – Specialised
Compliance Target
Scorecard Element Code Criteria Points %
Management Control 1 Board participation: Year 1 Year 2 Year 3
1,1 Exercisable voting rights of black board members as a percentage of all board members 2 50% 60% 70%
1,2 Exercisable voting rights of black female board members as a percentage of all board members 1 25% 30% 40%
1,3 Black Executive directors as a percentage of all executive directors 2 50% 60% 70%
1,4 Black female Executive directors as a percentage of all executive directors 1 25% 30% 40%
2 Other Executive Management:
2,1 Black Executive Management as a percentage of all executive management 2 60% 65% 7%
2,2 Black female Executive Management as a percentage of all executive management 1 30% 40% 40%
Executive Management Subtotal 9
3 Senior Management:
3,1 Black employees in Senior Management as a percentage of all senior management 2 60% 65% 70%
3,2 Black female employees in Senior Management as a percentage of all senior management 1 30% 40% 40%
4 Middle Management:
4,1 Black employees in Middle Management as a percentage of all middle management 2 75% 80% 85%
4,2 Black female employees in Senior Management as a percentage of all middle management 1 38% 40% 45%
5 Junior Management:
5,1 Black employees in Junior Management as a percentage of all junior management 2 88% 90% 90%
5,2 Black female employees in Junior Management as a percentage of all junior management 1 44% 50% 55%
6 Employees with disabilities:
Black employees with disabilities as a percentage of all employees 2 2% 3% 5%
Employment Equity Subtotal 11
Management Control Total 20
Skills Development Skills Development Expenditure on any programme specified in the Learning Programme Matrix for Black people as a percentage of the Leviable Amount Year 1 Year 2 Year 3
1,1 Skills Development Expenditure on Learning Programmes specified in the Learning Programme Matrix for black people as a percentage of Leviable Amount 7 6% 6% 6%
1,2 Skills Development Expenditure on Learning Programmes specified in the Learning Programme Matrix for black employees with disabilities as a percentage of Leviable Amount 3 0,3% 0,3% 0,3%
1,3 Skills Development Expenditure on Learning Programmes for Black Military Veterans 2 4% 4% 4%
2 Learnerships, Apprenticeships, and Internships
2,2 Number of Black people participating in Learnerships, Apprenticeships and Internships as a percentage of total employees 6 2,5% 2,5% 2,5%
2,3 Number of black unemployed people participating in training specified in the learning programme matrix as a percentage of number of employees . 5 2,5% 2,5% 2,5%
2,4 Contribution to the Defence Skills Development Fund for development of critical and scarce skills 2 1% 1% 1%
Bonus Points
3 Number of black people absorbed by the Measured Entity and Industry at the end of the learnership/apprenticeship or internship programme 5 100% 100% 100%
Skills Development Total 30
Enterprise and Supplier Development 1. Preferential procurement Year 1 Year 2 Year 3
1,1 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Empowering Suppliers based on the B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend. 5 80% 80% 85%
1,2 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Empowering Suppliers that are Qualifying Small Enterprises based on the applicable BBBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 4 15% 15% 20%
1,3 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Exempted Micro-Enterprises based on the applicable BBBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 5 15% 15% 20%
1,4 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from Empowering Suppliers that are at least 51% black owned based on the applicable BBBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 11 40% 15% 20%
1,5 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from Empowering Suppliers that are at least 30% black women owned based on the applicable B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 5 12% 12% 12%
Bonus Points
2 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from Designated Group Suppliers that are at least 51% Black owned. 2 2% 2% 2%
Preferential Procurement Subtotal 32
3 Supplier Development
Annual value of all Supplier Development Contribution made by the Measured Entity as a percentage target 15 2% of Net Profit After Tax(NPAT) or 0,2% Annual Revenue/ Allocated budget/ Gross receipts/Discretional spend 2% of Net Profit After Tax (NPAT) or 0,2% Annual Revenue/Gross receipts/Discretional spend 2% of Net Profit After Tax (NPAT) or 0,2% Annual Revenue/Gross receipts/Discretional spend
4. Enterprise Development
Annual value of Enterprise Development Contributions and Sector Programmes made by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the target 5 1% of NPAT or 0.1% Annual revenue/Allocated budget/ Gross receipts/ Discretional spend 1% of NPAT or 0.1% Annual revenue/Allocated budget/ Gross receipts/ Discretional spend 1% of NPAT or 0.1% Annual revenue/Allocated budget/ Gross receipts/ Discretional spend
5 Bonus Points
Bonus point for graduation of one or more Enterprise Development beneficiaries to graduate to the Supplier Development level 1
Bonus point for creating one or more jobs directly as a result of Supplier Development and Enterprise Development initiatives by the Measured Entity. 1
Enterprise and Supplier Development Subotal 22
Enterprise and Supplier Development Total 54
Localisation Localisation
Defence Matériel products and services procured from local enterprises 6 60%
Procurement from local enterprises that introduce new, locally developed technology in the industry 4 60%
Localisation Total 10
Socio-Economic Development Soci-Economic Development
Annual Value of all Socio-Economic Development Contributions by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the target 5 1% of NPAT OR 0,1% Annual Revenue/ Allocated budget/ Gross receipts/ Discretional spend
Socio-Economic Development Total 5
Total Scorecard 119


Chartered Accountancy

Chartered Accountancy – Generic Scorecard
Compliance Target
Scorecard Element Code Criteria Points %
Ownership Voting rights 10 years To 2016
Exercisable Voting Rights in the enterprise in the hands of Black People 5 32,5%
Exercisable Voting Rights in the enterprise in the hands of black women 3 10%
Voting Rights Subtotal 8
Economic Interest:
Economic Interest of Black People in the enterprise 7 32,5%
Economic Interest of black women in the enterprise 3 10%
Economic Interest of the following black natural people in the enterprise: Black Designated Groups 2 2,5%
Economic Interest Subtotal 11
Bonus Points
Exercisable Voting Rights in the enterprise in the hands of Black People, for having achieved the following Targets:
Between 32.5% and 39%; or
1 32.5% – 39%
Between 40% and 49%; or 2 40%-49%
50% or more 3 50% or more
Ownership Total 25
Management Control Board participation: 10 years To 2016
Exercisable Voting Rights of black board members using the adjusted recognition for gender 3 50%
Black executive directors using the adjusted recognition for gender 2 50%
Top management
Black Senior Top Management using the adjusted recognition for gender 3 40%
Black other Top Management using the adjusted recognition for gender 2 40%
Bonus Points
Black Independent Non-Executive Board Members 1 40%
Executive Management Subtotal 11
Employment Equity 5 years
To 2011
10 years To 2016
Black Disabled Employees as a percentage of all Employees using the adjusted recognition for gender 2 2% 3%
Black Employees in Senior Management as a percentage of all such Employees using the adjusted recognition for gender 6 40% 50%
Black Employees in middle Management as a percentage of all such Employees using the adjusted recognition for gender 6 50% 60%
Black Employees in junior Management as a percentage of all such Employees using the adjusted recognition for gender 6 60% 70%
Bonus Points
Meeting or exceeding the Economically Active Population (EAP) Targets in each category 3
Employment Equity Subtotal 23
Management Control Total 34
Skills Development Skills Development Expenditure on any programme specified in the Learning Programmes Matrix – 5 years
To 2011
10 years To 2016
for black Employees as a percentage of Leviable Amount using the adjusted recognition for gender 6 3% 3%
for black Employees with disabilities as a percentage of Leviable Amount using the adjusted recognition for gender 3 0,3% 0,3%
Bursary expenditure
Specific bursary expenditure on potential black Employees, which includes amounts spent on the Thuthuka Bursary Fund as a percentage of NPAT or turnover 5 4% of NPAT or 0,5% of turnover 4% of NPAT or 0,5% of turnover
Learnerships
Number of black Employees participating in learnerships or category B, C and D programmes as a percentage of total Employees using the adjusted recognition for gender 6 5% 18%
Skills Development Total 20
Preferential Procurement Preferential Procurement 5 years
To 2011
10 years To 2016
B-BBEE procurement spend from all Suppliers based on the B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of total measured procurement spend 5 50% 70%
B-BBEE procurement spend from Qualifying Small Enterprises or Exempted Micro Enterprises based on the applicable B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of total measured procurement spend 2 10% 15%
B-BBEE procurement spend from any of the following Suppliers as a percentage of total measured procurement spend
Suppliers that are 50% black owned 2 9% 12%
Suppliers that are 30% black owned 1 6% 8%
Preferential Procurement Total 10
Enterprise Development Enterprise Development 10 years To 2016
Average annual value of all Enterprise Development Contributions and Sector Specific Programmes made by the Measured Entity as a percentage of NPAT or turnover 15 3% of NPAT or 0,375% of turnover
Enterprise Development Total 15
Socio-Economic Development Soci-Economic Development 10 years To 2016
Average annual value of all Socio-Economic Development contributions by a Measured Entity as a percentage of NPAT or turnover 5 1% of NPAT or 0,125% of turnover
Socio-Economic Development Total 5
Total Scorecard 109

QSE - Scorecards

General
General QSE Scorecard
Compliance Target
Scorecard Element Code Criteria Points %
Ownership 2.1.1 Voting rights:
2.1.1.1 Exercisable Voting Rights in the Enterprise in the hands of black people 5 25%+1 vote
2.1.1.2 Exercisable Voting Rights in the Enterprise in the hands of black women 2 10%
Voting Rights Subtotal 7
2.1.2 Economic Interest:
2.1.2.1 Economic Interest of black people in the Enterprise 5 25%
2.1.2.2 Economic Interest of black women in the Enterprise 2 10%
2.1.2.3 New Entrants or Black Designated Groups 3 2%
Economic Interest Subtotal 10
2.1.3 Realisation points:
2.1.3.1 Net Value 8 Refer to Annex 100 (E)
Ownership Total 25
Management Control 3.1.1.1 Executive Management:
3.1.1.1.1 Black representation at Executive Management 5 50%
3.1.1.1.2 Black female representation at Executive Management. 2 25%
Executive Management Subtotal 7
3.1.1.2 Senior, Middle and Junior Management:
3.1.1.2.1 Black representation at Senior, Middle and Junior management 6 60%
3.1.1.2.2 Black female representation at Senior, Middle and Junior management 2 30%
Senior, Middle and Junior Management Subtotal 8
Management Control Total 15
Skills Development 4.1.1.1 Skills Development Element
4.1.1.1.1 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black people as a percentage of leviable amount. 15 3%
4.1.1.1.2 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black female as a percentage of leviable amount. 7 1%
4.1.1.1.3 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black people with disabilities as a percentage of leviable amount. 3 0,15
Bonus Points
4.1.1.2 Number of black people absorbed by the measured entity and industry at the end of the learning programme. 5 100%
Skills Development Total 30
Enterprise and Supplier Development 5.1.1.1 PREFERENTIAL PROCUREMENT:
5.1.1.1.1 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Empowering Suppliers based on the B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 15 60%
5.1.1.1.2 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from Empowering Suppliers that are at least 51% black owned based on the applicable B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 5 15%
5.1.1.2 Bonus Points
B-BBEE Procurement Spend from Designated Group suppliers that are at least 51% black owned based on the B-BBEE Recognition Level. 1 1%
Preferential Procurement Subtotal 21
5.1.1.3 SUPPLIER DEVELOPMENT:
5.1.1.3.1 Annual value of all Supplier Development Contributions made by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the target. 5 1% of Net Profit After Tax (NPAT)
5.1.1.4 ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT
5.1.1.4.1 Annual value of Enterprise Development Contributions and Sector Specific Programmes made by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the target. 5 1% of NPAT
5.1.1.5 Bonus Points
5.1.1.5.1 Bonus point for graduation of one or more Enterprise Development beneficiaries to graduate to the Supplier Development level. 1
5.1.1.5.2 Bonus point for creating one or more jobs directly as a result of Supplier Development and EnterpriseDevelopment initiatives by the Measured Entity. 1
Enterprise and Supplier Development Subotal 12
Enterprise and Supplier Development Total 33
Socio-Economic Development 6.1 Soci-Economic Development
6.1.1 Annual value of all Socio-Economic Development Contributions and Qualifying Socio-Economic Development Contributions made by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the target. 5 1% of NPAT
Socio-Economic Development Total 5
Total Scorecard 108


General QSE Specialised

General QSE Specialised
Compliance Target
Scorecard Element Code Criteria Points %
Management Control 9.1 Executive Management:
9.1.1 Black representation at Executive Management 8 50%
9.1.2 Black female representation at Executive Management. 3 25%
Executive Management Subtotal 11
9.2 Senior, Middle and Junior Management:
9.2.1 Black representation at Senior, Middle and Junior management 11 60%
9.2.2 Black female representation at Senior, Middle and Junior management 3 30%
Senior, Middle and Junior Management Subtotal 14
Management Control Total 25
Skills Development 10.1 Skills Development Element
10.1.1 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black people as a percentage of leviable amount 24 3%
10.1.2 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black female as a percentage of leviable amount 6 1%
Skills Development Total 30
Enterprise and Supplier Development 11.1 PROCUREMENT:
11.1.1 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Empowering Suppliers based on the B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 25 60%
11.1.2 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from Empowering Suppliers that are at least 51% black owned based on the applicable B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 5 10%
Enterprise and Supplier Development Total 30
Socio-Economic Development 12 Soci-Economic Development
12,1 Annual value of all Socio-Economic Development Contributions and Qualifying Socio-Economic Development Contributions made by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the target. 15 1% of NPAT or 0,1% Annual Revenue /Allocated budget /Gross receipts /Discretional spend
Socio-Economic Development Total 15
Total Scorecard 100


Construction – BEP

Construction – BEP QSE Scorecard
Compliance Target
Scorecard Element Code Criteria Points %
Ownership 1.1 Voting rights
1.1.1 Exercisable Voting Rights in the Entity in the hands of Black People 5,5 25% & (30% Year 4)
1.1.2 Exercisable Voting Rights in the Entity in the hands of Black women 2 10%
Voting Rights Subtotal 7,5
1.2 Economic Interest
1.2.1 Economic Interest in the Entity to which Black People are entitled. 5,5 25% & (30%Year 4)
1.2.2 Economic Interest in the Entity to which Black women are entitled. 2 10%
1.2.3 Economic Interest of Black New Entrants or Black Designated Groups 7 10% (for Contractors) 5% (for BEP’s)
Economic Interest Subtotal 14,5
1.3 Realisation points
1,3 Net Value 5 Refer to Annexe CSC100 ( E)
1.4 Bonus Points
1.4.1 Exercisable Voting Rights and Economic Interest to which Black People are entitled 1,5 ≥40%
1.4.2 Exercisable Voting Rights and Economic Interest to which Black women are entitled 1,5 ≥12.5%
Ownership Total 30
Management Control 1. Executive Management:
1,1 Black representation at Executive Management 5 50%
1,2 Black female representation at Executive Management 2 20%
Executive Management Subtotal 7
2. Senior, Middle and Junior Management:
2,1 Black representation at Senior and Middle Management 6 20%
2,2 Black female representation at Senior and Middle Management 2 10%
2,3 Black representation at Junior Management 4 40%
2,4 Black female representation at Junior Management 1 20%
Senior, Middle and Junior Management Subtotal 13
Management Control Total 20
Skills Development 1. Skills Development Expenditure on any programme specified in the Learning Programme Matrix
1,1 Skills Development Expenditure on Learning Programmes specified in the Learning Programme Matrix for Black People as a percentage of Leviable Amount. 14 1,5%
1,2 Skills Development Expenditure on Learning Programmes specified in the Learning Programme Matrix for black management (executive, senior and middle management) as a percentage of total Skills Development Expenditure of the Measured Entity on Black People. 7 25%
1,3 Skills Development Expenditure on Learning Programmes specified in the Learning Programme Matrix for Black People with Disabilities as a percentage of total Skills Development Expenditure of the Measured Entity on Black People. 3 3%
Bonus Points
2,1 Number of Black People Absorbed by the Measured Entity and industry at the end of the learning programme. 1 100%
2,2 Number of Black Employees that are registered successfully as a candidate or professional with industry professional registration bodies as a percentage of all Employees registered. 1 50%
Skills Development Total 26
PREFERENTIAL PROCUREMENT AND SUPPLIER DEVELOPMENT SCORECARD 1 PREFERENTIAL PROCUREMENT
1,1 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Empowering Suppliers based on the B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 13 60%
1,2 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from Empowering Suppliers that are at least 51% Black Owned based on the B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 5 17,5%
1,3 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from Empowering Suppliers that are at least 35% Black Women Owned based on the B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 4 7,5%
Preferential Procurement Subtotal 22
2 SUPPLIER DEVELOPMENT CONTRIBUTIONS
2,1 Annual value of all Qualifying Supplier Development Contributions made by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the Target. 7 1% of NPAT
Preferential Procurement and Supplier Development Total 29
Socio-Economic Development Soci-Economic Development
Annual value of all Qualifying Socio-Economic Contributions by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the Target 3 1% of NPAT
Bonus Points
The portion of Qualifying Socio-Economic Contributions above spend Communities with Limited Services. 2 50% of Target above
Socio-Economic Development Total 5
Total Scorecard 110


Construction – Contractor QSE

Construction – Contractor QSE Scorecard
Compliance Target
Scorecard Element Code Criteria Points %
Ownership 1.1 Voting rights
1.1.1 Exercisable Voting Rights in the Entity in the hands of Black People 5,5 25% & (30% Year 4)
1.1.2 Exercisable Voting Rights in the Entity in the hands of Black women 2 10%
Voting Rights Subtotal 7,5
1.2 Economic Interest
1.2.1 Economic Interest in the Entity to which Black People are entitled. 5,5 25% & (30%Year 4)
1.2.2 Economic Interest in the Entity to which Black women are entitled. 2 10%
1.2.3 Economic Interest of Black New Entrants or Black Designated Groups 7 10% (for Contractors) 5% (for BEP’s)
Economic Interest Subtotal 14,5
1.3 Realisation points
1,3 Net Value 5 Refer to Annexe CSC100 ( E)
1.4 Bonus Points
1.4.1 Exercisable Voting Rights and Economic Interest to which Black People are entitled 1,5 ≥40%
1.4.2 Exercisable Voting Rights and Economic Interest to which Black women are entitled 1,5 ≥12.5%
Ownership Total 30
Management Control 1. Executive Management:
1,1 Black representation at Executive Management 5 50%
1,2 Black female representation at Executive Management 2 20%
Executive Management Subtotal 7
2. Senior, Middle and Junior Management:
2,1 Black representation at Senior and Middle Management 6 20%
2,2 Black female representation at Senior and Middle Management 2 10%
2,3 Black representation at Junior Management 4 40%
2,4 Black female representation at Junior Management 1 20%
Senior, Middle and Junior Management Subtotal 13
Management Control Total 20
Skills Development 1. Skills Development Expenditure on any programme specified in the Learning Programme Matrix
1,1 Skills Development Expenditure on Learning Programmes specified in the Learning Programme Matrix for Black People as a percentage of Leviable Amount. 14 1,5%
1,2 Skills Development Expenditure on Learning Programmes specified in the Learning Programme Matrix for black management (executive, senior and middle management) as a percentage of total Skills Development Expenditure of the Measured Entity on Black People. 7 25%
1,3 Skills Development Expenditure on Learning Programmes specified in the Learning Programme Matrix for Black People with Disabilities as a percentage of total Skills Development Expenditure of the Measured Entity on Black People. 3 3%
Bonus Points
2,1 Number of Black People Absorbed by the Measured Entity and industry at the end of the learning programme. 1 100%
2,2 Number of Black Employees that are registered successfully as a candidate or professional with industry professional registration bodies as a percentage of all Employees registered. 1 50%
Skills Development Total 26
PREFERENTIAL PROCUREMENT AND SUPPLIER DEVELOPMENT SCORECARD 1 PREFERENTIAL PROCUREMENT
1,1 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Empowering Suppliers based on the B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 13 60%
1,2 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from Empowering Suppliers that are at least 51% Black Owned based on the B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 5 17,5%
1,3 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from Empowering Suppliers that are at least 35% Black Women Owned based on the B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 4 7,5%
Preferential Procurement Subtotal 22
2 SUPPLIER DEVELOPMENT CONTRIBUTIONS
2,1 Annual value of all Qualifying Supplier Development Contributions made by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the Target. 7 1% of NPAT
Preferential Procurement and Supplier Development Total 29
Socio-Economic Development Soci-Economic Development
Annual value of all Qualifying Socio-Economic Contributions by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the Target 3 1% of NPAT
Bonus Points
The portion of Qualifying Socio-Economic Contributions above spend Communities with Limited Services. 2 50% of Target above
Socio-Economic Development Total 5
Total Scorecard 110


ICT General QSE

ICT General QSE Scorecard
Compliance Target
Scorecard Element Code Criteria Points %
Ownership 4.1.1 Voting rights:
4.1.1.1 Exercisable Voting Rights in the Enterprise in the hands of black people 5 30%
4.1.1.2 Exercisable Voting Rights in the Enterprise in the hands of black people 2 10%
Voting Rights Subtotal 7
4.1.2 Economic Interest:
4.1.2.1 Economic Interest of black people in the Enterprise 5 30%
4.1.2.2 Economic Interest of black women in the Enterprise 2 10%
4.1.2.3 New Entrants or Black Designated Groups 3 2%
Economic Interest Subtotal 10
2.1.3 Realisation points:
2.1.3.1 Net Value 8 Refer to Annex 100 ( E )
Ownership Total 25
Management Control 5.1.1. Executive Management
5.1.1.1 Black representation at Executive Management 5 50%
5.1.1.2 Black female representation at Executive Management. 2 25%
Executive Management Subtotal 7
5.1.2 Senior, Middle and Junior Management
5.1.2.1 Black representation at Senior, Middle and Junior management 6 60%
5.1.2.2 Black female representation at Senior, Middle and Junior management 2 30%
Senior, Middle and Junior Management Subtotal 8
Management Control Total 15
Skills Development 6.1.1 Skills Development Element
6.1.1.1 Skills Development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the Learning Programme Matrix for Black people as a percentage of Leviable Amount. 15 3%
6.1.1.2 Skills Development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the Learning Programme Matrix for Black Women as a percentage of Leviable Amount. 7 1%
6.1.1.3 Skills Development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the Learning Programme Matrix for Black People with Disabilities as a percentage of Leviable Amount. 3 0,15%
Bonus Points
6.1.1.4 Number of Black people absorbed by the Measured Entity and or in the economy at the end of the learning programme. 5 100%
Skills Development Total 30
Enterprise and Supplier Development 7.1.1 PREFERENTIAL PROCUREMENT
7.1.1.1 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Empowering Suppliers based on the B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 15 60%
7.1.1.2 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from Empowering Suppliers that are at least 51% Black Owned based on the applicable B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 5 15%
Bonus Points
7.1.1.3 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from Designated Group of suppliers that are at least 51% Black owned based on the B-BBEE Recognition Level. 1 1%
Preferential Procurement Subtotal 21
Supplier Development
7.1.1.4 Annual value of all Supplier Development Contributions made by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the target. 5 2% of Net Profit After Tax (NPAT)
Enterprise Development
7.1.1.5 Annual value of Enterprise Development Contributions and Sector Specific Programmes made by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the target to Black Owned ICT Entities. 5 2% of NPAT
Bonus Points
7.1.1.6 Bonus point for graduation of one or more Enterprise Development beneficiaries to graduate to the Supplier Development level. 1
7.1.1.7 Bonus point for creating new jobs up to 10% of the workforce directly as a result of Supplier Development and Enterprise Development initiatives by the Measured Entity; OR 1
7.1.1.8 Bonus point for creating new jobs 11% or more of the workforce directly as a result of Supplier Development and Enterprise Development initiatives by the Measured Entity. 2
Enterprise and Supplier Development Subotal 14
Enterprise and Supplier Development Total 35
Socio-Economic Development Soci-Economic Development
Annual value of all Socio-Economic Development Contributions and Qualifying Socio-Economic Development Contributions made by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the target. 12 1% of NPAT
Socio-Economic Development Total 12
Total Scorecard 117


ITC Specialised QSE

ICT Specialised QSE Scorecard
Compliance Target
Scorecard Element Code Criteria Points %
Ownership 4.1.1 Voting rights:
4.1.1.1 Exercisable Voting Rights in the Enterprise in the hands of black people 5 30%
4.1.1.2 Exercisable Voting Rights in the Enterprise in the hands of black people 2 10%
Voting Rights Subtotal 7
4.1.2 Economic Interest:
4.1.2.1 Economic Interest of black people in the Enterprise 5 30%
4.1.2.2 Economic Interest of black women in the Enterprise 2 10%
4.1.2.3 New Entrants or Black Designated Groups 3 2%
Economic Interest Subtotal 10
2.1.3 Realisation points:
2.1.3.1 Net Value 8 Refer to Annex 100 ( E )
Ownership Total 25
Management Control 5.1.1. Executive Management
5.1.1.1 Black representation at Executive Management 5 50%
5.1.1.2 Black female representation at Executive Management. 2 25%
Executive Management Subtotal 7
5.1.2 Senior, Middle and Junior Management
5.1.2.1 Black representation at Senior, Middle and Junior management 6 60%
5.1.2.2 Black female representation at Senior, Middle and Junior management 2 30%
Senior, Middle and Junior Management Subtotal 8
Management Control Total 15
Skills Development 6.1.1 Skills Development Element
6.1.1.1 Skills Development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the Learning Programme Matrix for Black people as a percentage of Leviable Amount. 15 3%
6.1.1.2 Skills Development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the Learning Programme Matrix for Black Women as a percentage of Leviable Amount. 7 1%
6.1.1.3 Skills Development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the Learning Programme Matrix for Black People with Disabilities as a percentage of Leviable Amount. 3 0,15%
Bonus Points
6.1.1.4 Number of Black people absorbed by the Measured Entity and or in the economy at the end of the learning programme. 5 100%
Skills Development Total 30
Enterprise and Supplier Development 7.1.1 PREFERENTIAL PROCUREMENT
7.1.1.1 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Empowering Suppliers based on the B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 15 60%
7.1.1.2 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from Empowering Suppliers that are at least 51% Black Owned based on the applicable B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 5 15%
Bonus Points
7.1.1.3 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from Designated Group of suppliers that are at least 51% Black owned based on the B-BBEE Recognition Level. 1 1%
Preferential Procurement Subtotal 21
Supplier Development
7.1.1.4 Annual value of all Supplier Development Contributions made by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the target. 5 2% of Net Profit After Tax (NPAT)
Enterprise Development
7.1.1.5 Annual value of Enterprise Development Contributions and Sector Specific Programmes made by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the target to Black Owned ICT Entities. 5 2% of NPAT
Bonus Points
7.1.1.6 Bonus point for graduation of one or more Enterprise Development beneficiaries to graduate to the Supplier Development level. 1
7.1.1.7 Bonus point for creating new jobs up to 10% of the workforce directly as a result of Supplier Development and Enterprise Development initiatives by the Measured Entity; OR 1
7.1.1.8 Bonus point for creating new jobs 11% or more of the workforce directly as a result of Supplier Development and Enterprise Development initiatives by the Measured Entity. 2
Enterprise and Supplier Development Subotal 14
Enterprise and Supplier Development Total 35
Socio-Economic Development Soci-Economic Development
Annual value of all Socio-Economic Development Contributions and Qualifying Socio-Economic Development Contributions made by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the target. 12 1% of NPAT
Socio-Economic Development Total 12
Total Scorecard 117


QSFI General

General QSFI Scorecard
Compliance Target
Scorecard Element Code Criteria Points %
Ownership 1.1 Voting rights:
1.1.1 Exercisable voting rights in the enterprise by black people 5 25%+1 vote
1.1.2 Exercisable voting rights in the enterprise by black women 2 10%
Voting Rights Subtotal 7
1.2 Economic Interest:
1.2.1 Economic interest of black people in the enterprise 5 25%
1.2.2 Economic interest of black women in the enterprise 2 10%
1.2.3 Economic interest of new entrants or black designated groups 3 2%
Economic Interest Subtotal 10
1,3 Net Value: 8 Refer to Annexe FS100 ( C )
1.4 Bonus Points
1.4.1 Bonus: Direct / Indirect ownership in excess of 15% 2 10%
1.4.2 Bonus: Economic interest and voting rights above 25% 2 1 @ 32.5% and 1 @ 40%
Ownership Total 29
Management Control 1.1. Executive Management
1.1.1 Black representation in executive management 5 50%
1.1.2 Black female representation in executive management 2 25%
Executive Management Subtotal 7
1.2 Senior, Middle and Junior Management
1.2.1 Black representation in Senior, Middle and Junior management 6 60%
1.2.2 Black female representation in Senior, Middle and Junior Management 2 30%
Senior, Middle and Junior Management Subtotal 8
Management Control Total 15
Skills Development 1 Skills Development Element
1,1 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black people as a percentage of the leviable amount. 20 3%
1,2 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black females as a percentage of leviable amount. 5 1%
Skills Development Total 25
Enterprise and Supplier Development 1.1 PREFERENTIAL PROCUREMENT
1.1.1 B-BBEE procurement spend from all empowering suppliers based on the B-BBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of total measured procurement pend 15 60%
1.1.2 B-BBEE procurement spend from empowering suppliers that are at least 51% black owned, based on the applicable B-BBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of total measured procurement spend 5 15%
Preferential Procurement Subtotal 20
1.2 Supplier Development
1.2.1 Annual value of all supplier development contributions made by the measured entity as a percentage of NPAT. 5 1%
1.3 Enterprise Development
1.3.1 Annual value of enterprise development contributions and sector specific programmes made by the measured entity as a percentage of NPAT. 5 1%
Enterprise and Supplier Development Subotal 10
Enterprise and Supplier Development Total 30
Socio-Economic Development 1.3.1 Soci-Economic Development
1.3.1.1 Annual value of all SED by the measured entity as a percentage of NPAT 3 0,60%
1.3.1.2 Annual value of all qualifying CE contributions made by the measured entity as a percentage of NPAT 2 0,40%
Socio-Economic Development Subtotal 5
1.3.2 Bonus Points
1.3.2.1 Additional SED contributions made by the measured entity as a percentage of NPAT 1 0,20%
1.3.2.2 Additional CE contributions made by the measured entity as a percentage of NPAT 1 0,10%
1.3.2.3 Contributions to the Fundisa Retail Fund or to other similar initiatives made by the measured entity as a percentage of NPAT 2 0,20%
Socio-Economic Development Total 9
Total Scorecard 108


QSFI Specialised

Specialised QSFI Scorecard
Compliance Target
Scorecard Element Code Criteria Points %
Management Control 1.1. Executive Management
1.1.1 Black representation in executive management 7 50%
1.1.2 Black female representation in executive management 3 25%
Executive Management Subtotal 10
1.2 Senior, Middle and Junior Management
1.2.1 Black representation in Senior, Middle and Junior management 7 60%
1.2.2 Black female representation in Senior, Middle and Junior Management 3 30%
Senior, Middle and Junior Management Subtotal 10
Management Control Total 20
Skills Development 1 Skills Development Element
1,1 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black people as a percentage of the leviable amount. 20 3%
1,2 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black females as a percentage of leviable amount. 5 1%
Skills Development Total 25
Enterprise and Supplier Development 1.1 PREFERENTIAL PROCUREMENT
1.1.1 B-BBEE procurement spend from all empowering suppliers based on the B-BBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of total measured procurement spend 20 60%
1.1.2 B-BBEE procurement spend from empowering suppliers that are at least 51% black owned, based on the applicable B-BBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of total measured procurement spend 10 15%
Preferential Procurement Subtotal 30
1.2 Supplier Development
1.2.1 Annual value of all supplier development contributions made by the measured entity as a percentage of NPAT. 10 1%
1.3 Enterprise Development
1.3.1 Annual value of enterprise development contributions and sector specific programmes made by the measured entity as a percentage of NPAT. 10 1%
Enterprise and Supplier Development Subotal 20
Enterprise and Supplier Development Total 50
Socio-Economic Development 1.3 Soci-Economic Development
1.3.1 Annual value of all SED by the measured entity as a percentage of NPAT 3 0,60%
1.3.2 Annual value of all qualifying CE contributions made by the measured entity as a percentage of NPAT 2 0,40%
Socio-Economic Development Subtotal 5
1.4 Bonus Points
1.4.1 Additional SED contributions made by the measured entity as a percentage of NPAT 1 0,20%
1.4.2 Additional CE contributions made by the measured entity as a percentage of NPAT 1 0,10%
1.4.3 Contributions to the Fundisa Retail Fund or to other similar initiatives made by the measured entity as a percentage of NPAT 2 0,20%
Socio-Economic Development Total 9
Total Scorecard 104


Financial Services – Specialised Enterprise

Financial Services – Specialised Enterprise Scorecard
Compliance Target
Scorecard Element Code Criteria Points %
Management Control 1.1 Board Participation
1.1.1 Exercisable voting rights of black board members as a percentage of all board members 1 50%
1.1.2 Exercisable voting rights of black female board members as a percentage of all board members 1 25%
1.1.3 Black executive directors as a percentage of all executive directors 2 50%
1.1.4 Black female executive directors as a percentage of all executive directors 1 25%
1.2 Other Execututive Management
1.2.1 Black executive management as a percentage of all executive management 2 60%
1.2.2 Black female executive management as a percentage of all executive management 1 30%
Executive Management Subtotal 8
1.3 Senior Management
1.3.1 Black employees in senior management as a percentage of all such employees 2 60%
1.3.2 Black female employees in senior management as a percentage of all senior managers 1 30%
1.3.3 African senior managers as a percentage of all senior managers 1 EAP%
1.4 Middle Management
1.4.1 Black employees in middle management as a percentage of all middle management 2 75%
1.4.2 Black female employees in middle management as a percentage of all middle management 1 38%
1.4.3 African middle managers as a percentage of all middle managers 1 EAP%
1.5 Junior Management
1.5.1 Black employees in junior management as a percentage of all junior management 1 88%
1.5.2 Black female employees in junior management as a percentage of all junior management 1 44%
1.5.3 African junior managers as a percentage of all junior managers 1 EAP%
1,6 Black employees with disabilities as a percentage of all employees 1 2%
Senior, Middle and Junior Management Subtotal 12
Management Control Total 20
Skills Development 1.1 Senior Management
1.1.1 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black senior and executive managers as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 2 2,00%
1.1.2 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black women senior and executive managers as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 1 1,00%
1.2 Middle Management
1.2.1 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black middle managers as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 2 3,00%
1.2.2 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black women middle managers as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 1 1,50%
1.3 Junior Management
1.3.1 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black junior managers as a percentage of leviable amount applicable to this level 3 5,00%
1.3.2 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black women junior managers as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 2 2,50%
Senior, Middle and Junior Management Subtotal 11
1.4 Non-management staff
1.4.1 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black people and non-management staff as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 3 8,00%
1.4.2 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black women and non-management staff as a percentage of the leviable amount applicable to this level 1 4,00%
Non-management staff Subtotal 4
1,5 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black people with disabilities as a percentage of the leviable amount 2 0,30%
1,6 Number of black people, (employed or unemployed) participating in learnerships, apprenticeships, internships or Category B, C or D programmes as a percentage of total employees 8 5,00%
Bonus Points
1,7 Number of previously unemployed black people Absorbed by the measured entity/industry at the end of the learnerships, apprenticeships, internships or Category B, C or D programmes. 3 100%
Skills Development Total 28
Enterprise and Supplier Development 1.1 Procurement Targets year 1-3 Targets year 3+
1.1.1 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Empowering Suppliers based on the B-BBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of total measured procurement spend 7 75% 80%
1.1.2 B-BBEE procurement spend from empowering suppliers who are QSEs based on the applicable B-BBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of total measured procurement spend 5 14% 18%
1.1.3 B-BBEE procurement spend from empowering suppliers who are EMEs based on the applicable B-BBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of total measured procurement spend 4 8% 12%
1.1.4 B-BBEE procurement spend from empowering suppliers that are at least 51% black owned based on the applicable B-BBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of total measured procurement spend 9 20% 30%
1.1.5 B-BBEE procurement spend from empowering suppliers that are at least 30% black women owned based on the applicable B-BBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of total measured procurement spend 5 9% 10%
Procurement Subtotal 30
1.2 Supplier Development
1.2.1 Annual value of all supplier development contributions made by the measured entity 13 2% of NPAT
1.3 Enterprise and Supplier Development
1.3.1 Annual value of enterprise development contributions and sector specific programmes made by the measured entity 7 1% of NPAT
1.4 Bonus Points
1.4.1 Graduation of one or more enterprise development beneficiaries to graduate to the supplier development level. 1 1
1.4.2 For creating one or more jobs directly as a result of supplier development and enterprise development initiatives by the measured entity. 1 1
1.4.3 (a) B-BBEE procurement spend from intermediated black professional service providers who are empowering suppliers based on the B-BBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of intermediated spend 2 TBD
Or
1.4.3 (b) B-BBEE procurement spend from black stockbrokers or black fund managers who are empowering suppliers based on the B-BBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of total value of all trade allocated 2 5%
1.4.4 B-BBEE procurement spend from designated group suppliers that are at least 51% black owned as a percentage of the total measured spend 2 2%
1.4.5 Enterprise development support of black stockbrokers, black fund managers or intermediaries 2 0.5% of NPAT (recoverable or nonrecoverable)
Enterprise and Supplier Development Subotal 28
Enterprise and Supplier Development Total 58
Socio-Economic Development 1.3 Socio-Economic Development
1.3.1 Annual value of all SED contributions by the measured entity as a percentage of NPAT 3 0,60%
1.3.2 Annual value of all qualifying CE contributions made by the measured entity as a percentage of NPAT 2 0,40%
1.4 Bonus Points
1.4.1 Additional SED contributions made by the measured entity as a percentage of NPAT 1 0,20%
1.4.2 Additional CE contributions made by the measured entity as a percentage of NPAT 1 0,10%
1.4.3 Contributions to the Fundisa Retail Fund made by the measured entity as a percentage of NPAT 2 0,20%
Socio-Economic Development Total 9
Total Scorecard 115


Trade Association – Specialised Enterprise

Trade Association – Specialised Enterprise Scorecard
Compliance Target
Scorecard Element Code Criteria Points %
Management Control 1.1 Board and Executive Management
1.1.1 Exercisable voting rights of black board members as a percentage of all board members 5 50%
1.1.2 Exercisable voting rights of black female board members as a percentage of all board members 3 25%
1.1.3 Black representation in executive management 3 50%
1.1.4 Black female representation in executive management 2 25%
Board and Executive Management Subtotal 13
1.2 Senior, Middle and Junior Management
1.2.1 Black representation in Senior, Middle and Junior management 5 60%
1.2.2 Black female representation in Senior, Middle and Junior management 2 30%
Senior, Middle and Junior Management Subtotal 7
Management Control Total 20
Skills Development Skills Development Element
1,1 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black people as a percentage of the leviable amount. 20 3%
1,2 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black females as a percentage of leviable amount. 5 1%
Skills Development Total 25
Enterprise and Supplier Development 1.1 Procurement
1.1.1 B-BBEE procurement spend from all empowering suppliers based on the B-BBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of total measured procurement spend 20 60%
1.1.2 B-BBEE procurement spend from empowering suppliers that are at least 51% black owned, based on the applicable B-BBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of total measured procurement spend 10 15%
Procurement Subtotal 30
1.2 Supplier Development
1.2.1 Annual value of all supplier development contributions made by the measured entity as a percaentage of NPAT. 10 1%
1.3 Enterprise and Supplier Development
1.3.1 Annual value of enterprise development contributions and sector specific programmes made by the measured entity as a percentage of NPAT. 10 1%
Enterprise and Supplier Development Subotal 20
Enterprise and Supplier Development Total 50
Socio-Economic Development 1.3 Socio-Economic Development
1.3.1 Annual value of all SED by the measured entity as a percentage of NPAT 3 0,60%
1.3.2 Annual value of all qualifying CE contributions made by the measured entity as a percentage of NPAT 2 0,40%
1.4 Bonus Points
1.4.1 Additional SED contributions made by the measured entity as a percentage of NPAT 1 0,20%
1.4.2 Additional CE contributions made by the measured entity as a percentage of NPAT 1 0,10%
1.4.3 Contributions to the Fundisa Retail Fund made by the measured entity as a percentage of NPAT 2 0,20%
Socio-Economic Development Total 9
Total Scorecard 104


Retirement Fund

Retirement Fund – Scorecard
Compliance Target
Scorecard Element Code Criteria Points %
Management Control Board and Executive Management participation
Exercisable voting rights of black board members as a percentage of all board members 8 50%
Exercisable voting rights of black female board members as a percentage of all board members 4 25%
Principal Officer, executive and senior management if applicable 8 50%
Board and Executive Management Total 20
Preferential Procurement PREFERENTIAL PROCUREMENT SCORECARD
B-BBEE procurement spend from all empowering suppliers based on the B-BBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of total measured procurement spend 35 75% 80%
B-BBEE procurement spend from empowering suppliers who are QSEs or EMEs based on the applicable B-BBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of total measured procurement spend 10 15% 25%
B-BBEE procurement spend from empowering suppliers that are at least 51% black owned based on the applicable B-BBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of total measured procurement spend 25 15% 25%
B-BBEE procurement spend from empowering suppliers that are at least 30% black women owned based on the applicable B-BBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of total measured procurement spend 10 7,5% 12,5%
Preferential Procurement Total 80
Total Scorecard 100


MAC QSE

MAC – QSE Scorecard
Compliance Target
Scorecard Element Code Criteria Points %
Ownership 15.1 Voting rights
15.1.1 Exercisable voting rights in the enterprise in the hands of black people 5 25%+1 vote
15.1.2 Exercisable voting rights in the enterprise in the hands of black women 2 12%
Voting Rights Subtotal 7
15.2 Economic Interest
15.2.1 Economic interest of black people in the enterprise 5 25%
15.2.2 Economic interest of black women in the enterprise 2 12%
15.2.3 New entrants or black designated groups 3 2%
Economic Interest Subtotal 10
15.3 Realisation points
15.3.1 Net Value 8
Ownership Total 25
Management Control 16.1 Executive Management
16.1.1 Black representation at executive management 5 50%
16.1.2 Black female representation at executive management 2 30%
Executive Management Subtotal 7
16.2 Non-Ececutive Management
16.2.1 Black representation at non-executive management 6 60%
16.2.2 Black female representation at non-executive management 2 35%
Non-Executive Management Subtotal 8
Management Control Total 15
Skills Development 17.1 Skills development expenditure on any programme specified in the Learning Programme Matrix for black people as a percentage of the Leviable Amount
17.1.1 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black people as a percentage of leviable amount 20 4%
17.1.2 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black females as a percentage of leviable amount 5 3%
17.2 Bonus Points
17.2.1 Number of black people absorbed by the Measured and Industry Entity at the end of the Learnerships and Internships programme 10 100%
Skills Development Total 35
Enterprise and Supplier Development 18.1 Preferential procurement
18.1.1 B-BBEE procurement spend from all empowering suppliers based on the B-BBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of the total measured procurement spend 12 60%
18.1.2 B-BBEE procurement spend from all empowering suppliers that are at least 51% black owned based on the applicable BBBEE procurement recognition levels as a percentage of total measured procurement spend 8 20%
Preferential Procurement Subtotal 20
18.2 Supplier development
18.2.1 Annual value of all supplier development contributions made by the measured entity as a percentage of the target 5 2% of NPAT
18.3 Enterprise development
18.3.1 Annual value of enterprise development contributions and sector specific programmes made by the measured entity as a percentage of the target 5 2% of NPAT
Enterprise and Supplier Development Subotal 10
Enterprise and Supplier Development Total 30
Socio-Economic Development 19.1 Soci-Economic Development
19.1.1 Annual value of all socio-economic development contributions by the measured entity as a percentage of the target 5 2% of NPAT
Socio-Economic Development Total 5
Responsible Social Marketing and Communications 20.1 Responsible Social Marketing and Communications: Annual value of contributions and participation in sector specific programs of the entity to promote responsible behavioural changes in line with national strategic objectives
20.1.1 Attaining no adverse RSM ruling for the year under review 3 2% of NPAT
20.1.2 Attending sector RSM initiatives 2
Responsible Social Marketing and Communicatons Total 5
Total Scorecard 115


Agri – QSE

Agri – QSE Scorecard
Compliance Target
Scorecard Element Code Criteria Points %
Ownership 7.2.4.1 Voting rights:
7.2.4.1.1 Exercisable Voting Rights in the Enterprise in the hands of black people 5 25%+1 vote
7.2.4.1.2 Exercisable Voting Rights in the Enterprise in the hands of black women 2 10%
Voting Rights Subtotal 7
7.2.4.2 Economic Interest:
7.2.4.2.1 Economic Interest of black people in the Enterprise 5 25%
7.2.4.2.2 Economic Interest of black women in the Enterprise 2 10%
7.2.4.2.3 Economic interest of New Entrants or Black Designated Groups 3 2%
Economic Interest Subtotal 10
7.2.4.3 Realisation points:
Net Value 8 Refer to Annex 100 ( E ) of Amended Codes
Ownership Total 25
Management Control 7.3.5.1 Executive (senior) Management
7.3.5.1.1 Black representation at Executive Management 5 50%
7.3.5.1.2 Black female representation at Executive Management. 2 25%
Executive Management Subtotal 7
7.3.5.2 Non-Executive (middle and junior) Management
7.3.5.2.1 Black representation at non-executive management 6 60%
7.3.5.2.2 Black female representation at nonexecutive management 2 30%
Non-Executive Management Subtotal 8
Management Control Total 15
Skills Development 7.4.6 Amended Skills Development Scorecard for QSE
7.4.6.1 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black people as a percentage of leviable amount. (provided 85% is on scarce and critical skills) 15 3%
7.4.6.2 Number of black unemployed people participating in training specified in the learning programme matrix as a percentage of number of employees (provided 85% is on scarce and critical skills) 5 1%
7.4.6.3 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black women as a percentage of leviable amount. (provided 85% is on scarce and critical skills) 10 1%
Bonus Points:
7.4.6.4 Number of black people absorbed by the Measured and Industry Entity at the end of the Learnership programme 5 100%
Skills Development Total 30
Enterprise and Supplier Development Preferential Procurement
7.5.3.1 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Empowering Suppliers based on the B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Level as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 10 60%
7.5.3.2 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from Empowering Suppliers that are at least 51% black owned based on the applicable B-BBEE Procurement Precognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend Phase in: 5% for 1st Year, 10% for 2nd year, 15% for 3rd year, 5 15%
Preferential Procurement Subtotal 15
Supplier Development
7.5.3.3 Annual value of all Supplier Development Contribution made by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the target 5 1% of NPAT
Enterprise Development
7.5.3.4 Annual value of Enterprise Development Contribution and Sector Specific Programmes made by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the target. 5 1.5% of NPAT
Enterprise and Supplier Development Subotal 10
Enterprise and Supplier Development Total 25
Socio-Economic Development Soci-Economic Development
7.6.3.1 Annual value of all Socio-Economic Development Contributions by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the target 15 1.5% of NPAT
Socio-Economic Development Total 15
Total Scorecard 110


Agri – Specialised QSE

Agri – Specialised QSE Scorecard
Compliance Target
Scorecard Element Code Criteria Points %
Management Control 7.3.6.1 Executive Management
7.3.6.1.1 Black representation at Executive Management 8 50%
7.3.6.1.2 Black female representation at Executive Management. 3 25%
Executive Management Subtotal 11
7.3.6.2 Senior, Middle and Junior Management
7.3.6.2.1 Black representation at Senior, Middle and Junior management 11 60%
7.3.6.2.2 Black female representation at Senior, Middle and Junior management 3 30%
Senior, Middle and Junior Management Subtotal 14
Management Control Total 25
Skills Development 7.4.7 Skills Development
7.4.7.1 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black people as a percentage of Leviable amount 24 3%
7.4.7.2 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black female as a percentage of Leviable amount 6 1%
Skills Development Total 30
Enterprise and Supplier Development 7.5.5 Preferential Procurement
7.5.5.1 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Empowering Suppliers based on the B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 25 60%
7.5.5.2 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Empowering Suppliers that are at least 51% black owned based on the applicable B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 5 10%
Enterprise and Supplier Development Total 30
Socio-Economic Development Soci-Economic Development
7.6.4.1 Annual value of all Socio-Economic Development Contributions and Qualifying Socio-Economic Development Contributions made by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the target 15 1% of Net Profit After Tax (NPAT) or 0,1% Annual Revenue/Allocated budget/Gross receipts/Discretional spend
Socio-Economic Development Total 15
Total Scorecard 100


Forestry

Forestry – QSE Scorecard
Compliance Target
Scorecard Element Code Criteria Points %
Ownership 1.1 Voting rights:
1.1.1 Exercisable Voting Rights in the Entity in the hands of Black People 5 25%+1 vote
1.1.2 Exercisable Voting Rights in the Entity in the hands of Black women 2 10%
Voting Rights Subtotal 7
1.2 Economic Interest:
1.2.1 Economic Interest in the Entity to which Black People are entitled. 5 25%
1.2.2 Economic Interest in the Entity to which Black women are entitled. 2 10%
1.2.3 Economic Interest of Black New Entrants or Black Designated Groups 3 2%
Economic Interest Subtotal 10
1.3 Realisation points:
1,3 Net Value 8 Refer to Annexe FSC100 ( E )
Ownership Total 25
Management Control 1. Executive Management:
1,1 Black representation at Executive Management 5 50%
1,2 Black female representation at Executive Management 2 25%
Executive Management Subtotal 7
2. Senior, Middle and Junior Management:
2,1 Black representation at Senior, Middle and Junior management 6 60%
2,2 Black female representation at Senior, Middle and Junior management 2 30%
Senior, Middle and Junior Management Subtotal 8
Management Control Total 15
Skills Development 1. Skills Development Expenditure on any programme specified in the Learning Programme Matrix for Black People as a percentage of the Leviable Amount
1,1 Skills Development Expenditure on Learning Programmes specified in the Learning Programme Matrix for Black People as a percentage of Leviable Amount. 15 3%
1,2 Skills Development Expenditure on Learning Programmes specified in the Learning Programme Matrix for Black females as a percentage of Leviable Amount. 7 1%
1,3 Skills Development Expenditure on Learning Programmes specified in the Learning Programme Matrix for Black People with Disabilities as a percentage of Leviable Amount. 3 0,15%
2. Bonus Points
2,1 Number of Black People Absorbed by the Measured Entity and industry at the end of the learning programme. 5 100%
Skills Development Total 30
Enterprise and Supplier Development 1 PREFERENTIAL PROCUREMENT:
1,1 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Empowering Suppliers based on the BBBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 15 60%
1,2 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from Empowering Suppliers that are at least 51% Black Owned based on the B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 5 15%
1.3 Bonus Points
1,3 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from Designated Group Suppliers that are at least 51% Black Owned based on the B-BBEE Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 1 1%
Preferential Procurement Subtotal 21
2 SUPPLIER DEVELOPMENT:
2,1 Annual value of all Qualifying Supplier Development Contributions made by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the Target 5 1% of NPAT
3 ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT
3,1 Annual value of all Qualifying Enterprise Development Contributions made by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the Target 5 1% of NPAT
3.2 Bonus Points
3.2.1 Bonus Point for graduation of one or more Enterprise Development beneficiaries to graduate to Supplier Development level 1
3.2.2 Bonus point for creating one or more jobs directly as a result of Supplier Development and Enterprise Development initiatives by the Measured Entity 1
Enterprise and Supplier Development Subotal 12
Enterprise and Supplier Development Total 33
Socio-Economic Development Soci-Economic Development
Annual value of all Qualifying Socio-Economic Contributions by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the Target 5 1% of NPAT
Socio-Economic Development Total 5
Total Scorecard 108


Property – Property Owning Companies

Property – Property owning companies – QSE Scorecard
Compliance Target
Scorecard Element Code Criteria Points %
Ownership 1.1 Voting rights:
1.1.1 Exercisable voting rights in the enterprise in hands of Black people 5 25%+1 vote
1.1.2 Exercisable voting rights in the enterprise in the hands of Black women 2 10%
Voting Rights Subtotal 7
1.2 Economic Interest:
1.2.1 Economic Interest of Black people in the enterprise 5 25%
1.2.2 Economic Interest of Black women in the enterprise 2 10%
1.2.3 New entrants or Black designated groups 3 2%
Economic Interest Subtotal 10
1.3 Realisation points:
1.3.1 Net Value 10 Y 1 – 3%
Y 2 – 7%
Y 3 – 10%
Y 4 – 15%
Y 5 – 19%
Y 6 – 24%
Y 7 – 30%
Y 8 – 36%
Y 9 – 43%
Y 10 – 50%
Ownership Total 27
Management Control Executive Management:
Black representation at executive management as a percentage of all executive management 4 50%
Black Female representation at executive management as a percentage of all executive management 2 25%
Executive Management Subtotal 6
Non-Executive management
Black representation at non-executive management as a percentage of all non- executive management 2 60%
Black Female representation at non-executive management as a percentage of all non-executive management 1 30%
Non-Executive management Subtotal 3
Employment Equity
Black representation at Junior, Middle and Senior management as a percentage of all management 8 60%
Black Female representation at Junior, Middle and Senior management as a percentage of all management 3 30%
Bonus Points
Black representation at Junior, Middle and Senior management as a percentage of all management 1 80%
Black female representation at Junior, Middle and Senior management as a percentage of all management 1 40%
Management Control Total 22
Skills Development Skills Development
Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for Black people as a percentage of leviable amount 12 3%
Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for Black Females as a percentage of leviable amount 5 1%
Bonus Points
Number of black people in any sector absorbed by the measured entity and industry entity at the end of the learnership, internship or apprenticeship programme 3 100%
Skills Development Total 20
Enterprise and Supplier Development PREFERENTIAL PROCUREMENT
B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Empowering Suppliers based on the B-BBEE procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of a Total measured Procurement Spend 10 60%
B-BBEE Procurement Spend from Empowering Suppliers that are at least 51% black owned based on the applicable B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 15 15%
Preferential Procurement Subtotal 25
SUPPLIER DEVELOPMENT
Annual value of all Supplier Development Contributions made by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the target 5 1% of NPAT
ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT
Annual value of Enterprise Development Contributions and Sector Specific Programmes made by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the target 5 1% of NPAT
Enterprise and Supplier Development Subotal 10
Enterprise and Supplier Development Total 35
Socio-Economic Development Soci-Economic Development
Annual value of all Socio-Economic Development Contributions made by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the target 2 1% of NPAT
Socio-Economic Development Total 2
Economic Development Economic Development
Economic Development Investment in under-resourced areas as a % of total annual investment 4 10%
Total Scorecard


Property – All Other Companies

Property – All other companies – QSE Scorecard
Compliance Target
Scorecard Element Code Criteria Points %
Ownership 1.1 Voting rights:
1.1.1 Exercisable voting rights in the enterprise in hands of Black people 5 25%+1 vote
1.1.2 Exercisable voting rights in the enterprise in the hands of Black women 2 10%
Voting Rights Subtotal 7
1.2 Economic Interest:
1.2.1 Economic Interest of Black people in the enterprise 5 25%
1.2.2 Economic Interest of Black women in the enterprise 2 10%
1.2.3 New entrants or Black designated groups 3 2%
Economic Interest Subtotal 10
1.3 Realisation points:
1.3.1 Net Value 10 Y 1 – 10%
Y 2 – 20%
Y 3 – 40%
Y 5 – 60%
Y 7 – 80%
Y 9 – 100%
Ownership Total 27
Management Control Executive Management:
Black representation at executive management as a percentage of all executive management 4 50%
Black Female representation at executive management as a percentage of all executive management 2 25%
Executive Management Subtotal 6
Non-Executive management
Black representation at non-executive management as a percentage of all non- executive management 2 60%
Black Female representation at non-executive management as a percentage of all non-executive management 1 30%
Non-Executive management Subtotal 3
Employment Equity
Black representation at Junior, Middle and Senior management as a percentage of all management 8 60%
Black Female representation at Junior, Middle and Senior management as a percentage of all management 3 30%
Bonus Points
Black representation at Junior, Middle and Senior management as a percentage of all management 1 80%
Black female representation at Junior, Middle and Senior management as a percentage of all management 1 40%
Management Control Total 22
Skills Development Skills Development
Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for Black people as a percentage of leviable amount 12 3%
Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for Black Females as a percentage of leviable amount 5 1%
Bonus Points
Number of black people in any sector absorbed by the measured entity and industry entity at the end of the learnership, internship or apprenticeship programme 3 100%
Skills Development Total 20
Enterprise and Supplier Development PREFERENTIAL PROCUREMENT
B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Empowering Suppliers based on the B-BBEE procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of a Total measured Procurement Spend 10 60%
B-BBEE Procurement Spend from Empowering Suppliers that are at least 51% black owned based on the applicable B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend 15 15%
Preferential Procurement Subtotal 25
SUPPLIER DEVELOPMENT
Annual value of all Supplier Development Contributions made by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the target 5 1% of NPAT
ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT
Annual value of Enterprise Development Contributions and Sector Specific Programmes made by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the target 5 1% of NPAT
Enterprise and Supplier Development Subotal 10
Enterprise and Supplier Development Total 35
Socio-Economic Development Soci-Economic Development
Annual value of all Socio-Economic Development Contributions made by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the target 2 1% of NPAT
Socio-Economic Development Total 2
Economic Development Economic Development
Economic Development Investment in under-resourced areas as a % of total annual investment 4 10%
Total Scorecard


Tourism

Tourism – QSE Scorecard
Compliance Target
Scorecard Element Code Criteria Points %
Ownership 1.1 Voting rights:
1.1.1 Exercisable Voting Rights in the entity in the hands of Black People; 5 30%
1.1.2 Exercisable Voting Rights in the entity in the hands of Black Women; 2 15%
Voting Rights Subtotal 7
1.2 Economic Interest:
1.2.1 Economic Interest in the entity to which Black People are entitled; 5 30%
1.2.2 Economic Interest in the entity to which Black Women are entitled; 3 15%
1.2.3 Economic Interest of Black New Entrants or Black Designated Groups. 3 3%
Economic Interest Subtotal 11
1.3 Realisation points:
1.3.1 Net Value 8 Refer to Annexe TSC100 ( E )
Ownership Total 26
Management Control 1 Executive Management:
1,1 Black representation at Executive Management; 5 60%
1,2 Black Female representation at Executive Management. 2 30%
Executive Management Subtotal 7
2 Senior, Middle and Junior Management:
2,1 Black representation at Senior, Middle and Junior management; 6 60%
2,2 Black Female representation at Senior, Middle and Junior management. 2 30%
3 Bonus Points
3,1 Number of Black Employees with Disabilities as a percentage of all Employees. 2 1%
Senior, Middle and Junior Management Subtotal 10
Management Control Total 17
Skills Development 1. Skills Development Expenditure on any programme specified in the Learning Programme Matrix for Black People as a percentage of the Leviable Amount
1,1 Skills Development Expenditure on Learning Programmes specified in the Learning Programme Matrix for Black People in any of the following three tourism sub-sectors as a percentage of Leviable Amount: 10 3%
1.1.1 Accommodation;
1.1.2 Hospitality and related services; and
1.1.3 Travel and related services.
1,2 Skills Development Expenditure on Learning Programmes specified in the Learning Programme Matrix for Black Females in any of the following three tourism sub-sectors as a percentage of Leviable Amount: 9 1,5%
1.2.1 Accommodation;
1.2.2 Hospitality and related services; and
1.2.3 Travel and related services.
2. Learnerships, Apprenticeships, and Internships
2,1 Number of Black People participating in Learnerships, Apprenticeships and Internships specified in the Learning Matrix paid for by the measured entity as a percentage of total Employees. 6 2,5%
3. Bonus Points
3,1 Number of Black People absorbed by the measured and/industry entity at the end of the Learnership, Apprenticeship or Internship programme. 5 100%
Skills Development Total 30
Enterprise and Supplier Development 1.1 Preferential Procurement
1,1 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Empowering Suppliers based on the B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend; 8 60%
1,2 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from Empowering Suppliers that are at least 51% Black Owned based on the B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement Spend. 10 30%
Preferential Procurement Subtotal 21
2 Supplier Development
2,1 Annual value of all Qualifying Supplier Development Contributions made by the measured entity as a percentage of the target. 7 2% of NPAT
3 Enterprise Development
3,1 Annual value of all Qualifying Enterprise Development Contributions made by the measured entity as a percentage of the target. 5 1% of NPAT
Enterprise and Supplier Development Subotal 12
Enterprise and Supplier Development Total 33
Socio-Economic Development Soci-Economic Development
1 Annual value of all Qualifying Socio-Economic Development Contributions by the measured entity as a percentage of the target. 5 1% of NPAT
Bonus Points
2 Status as TOMSA levy collector. 3 Yes
Socio-Economic Development Total 8
Total Scorecard 114


Defence Scorecard - QSE

Defence Scorecard – QSE
Compliance Target
Scorecard Element Code Criteria Points %
Ownership 1 Voting rights: Year 1 Year 2 Year 3
1,1 Exercisable Voting Rights in the Enterprise in the hands of Black people 5 25% 30% 35%
1,2 Exercisable Voting Rights in the Enterprise in the hands of Black women 2 10% 15% 15%
Voting Rights Subtotal 7
2 Economic Interest:
2,1 Economic Interest of black people in the Enterprise 5 25% 30% 35%
2,2 Economic Interest of black women in the Enterprise 2 10% 15% 15%
2.2.3 New Entrants or Black Designated Groups 3 2% 3% 5%
Economic Interest Subtotal 10
3 Realisation points:
Net Value 8 Refer to Annexure 100 (E) of the Generic Scorecard
Ownership Total 25
Management Control 1 Executive Management:
1,1 Black representation at Executive Management 5 50% 50% 60%
1,2 Black female representation at Executive Management 2 25% 25% 30%
2 Senior, Middle and Junior Management:
2,1 Black representation at Senior , Middle and Junior Management 6 60% 60% 70%
2,2 Black female representation at Senior, Middle and Junior Management 2 30% 30% 30%
Management Control Total 15
Skills Development Skills Development Element
1,1 Skills development expenditure on learning programs specified in the learning programme matrix for black people as a percentage of leviable amount 15 3% 3% 5%
1,2 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black female as a percentage of leviable amount 10 1% 1% 3%
1,3 Skills development expenditure on learning programmes specified in the learning programme matrix for black people with disabilities as a percentage of leviable amount. 3 0,15% 0,15% 0,30%
Defence Development Fund
2,1 Contribution to the Defence Skills Development Fund for development of critical and scarce skills 2 1% 1% 1%
Bonus Points
3 Number of black people absorbed by the measured entity and industry at the end of the learning 5 100% 100% 100%
Skills Development Total 35
Enterprise and Supplier Development 1. Preferential procurement
1,1 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from all Empowering Suppliers based on the B-BBEE Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Procurement Spend 15 60% 60% 70%
1,2 B-BBEE Procurement Spend from Empowering Suppliers that are at least 51% black owned based applicable B-BBEE Procurement Recognition Levels as a percentage of Total Measured Procurement 4 15% 20% 30%
2. Bonus Points
B-BBEE Procurement Spend from Designated Group suppliers that are at least 51% black owned based on the B-BBEE Recognition Level 1 1%
Preferential Procurement Subtotal 20
3. Supplier Development
Annual value of all Supplier Development Contributions made by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the target. 4 1% of Net Profit After Tax
4. Enterprise Development
Annual value of Enterprise Development Contribution and Sector Specific Programmes made by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the target 4 1%NPAT
Annual Contributions to the Enterprise and Development Fund 3 1% of value of contracts with State
5. Bonus Points
Bonus point for graduation of one or more Enterprise Development beneficiaries to graduated to the Supplier Development level 1
Bonus point for creating one or more jobs directly as a result of Supplier Development and Enterprise Development initiatives by the Measured Entity. 1
Enterprise and Supplier Development Subotal 13
Enterprise and Supplier Development Total 33
Localisation Localisation
Defence Matériel products and services procured from local enterprises 6 60%
Procurement from local enterprises that introduce new locally developed technology in the industry 4 60%
Localisation Total 10
Socio-Economic Development Soci-Economic Development
Annual value of all Socio-Economic Development Contributions and Qualifying Socio-Economic Development Contributions made by the Measured Entity as a percentage of the target 5 1% of NPAT
Socio-Economic Development Total 5
Total Scorecard 123

Scorecard - Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)


What is BEE

BEE (Black Economic Empowerment) or Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE), as it is technically known, is an initiative by the South African government to address historical imbalances of the country by facilitating the participation of black people in the mainstream economy.

Black people refer to African, Coloured, Indian and Chinese persons who are South African citizens by birth or by descent, or who were naturalised prior to the commencement of the interim constitution in 1993, or who those would have been able to acquire citizenship by naturalization prior to 27 April 1994 had it not been for the presence of the Apartheid policy.

BBBEE is governed by the Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment (BBBEE) Act, the BBBEE Codes of Good Practice initially gazetted in February 2007.  The following subsequent Amended Codes of Good Practices were gazetted:

  • B-BBEE – Amended CoGP – Statement 000 – Gen Principles & the Generic Scorecard – 31 May 2019
  • B-BBEE – Amended CoGP – Statement 300 – The General Principles for Measuring Skills Development – 31 May 2019
  • B-BBEE – Amended CoGP – Statement 400 – Gen Principles of Measuring Enterprise & Supplier Development – 31 May 2019
  • B-BBEE – Amended CoGP – Schedule 1 – Interpretations & Definitions – 31 May 2019


How is BEE compliance expressed and what level is considered compliant?

BEE CONTRIBUTION LEVEL SCORECARD POINTS PROCUREMENT RECOGNITION
1 100 or above 135%
2 85 to 99.99 125%
3 75 to 84.99 110%
4 65 to 74.99 100%
5 55 to 64.99 80%
6 45 to 54.99 60%
7 40 to 44.99 50%
8 30 to 39.99 10%
Non Compliant < 30 0%

Level Four is considered fully Compliant.


When must the business entity be compliant?

On 6 January 2004 Government passed into law the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Act, No. 53, 2003. The final B-BBEE Codes of Good Practice are now operational as of the date of publication in the Government Gazette, No. 29617, on 9 February 2007.

Although there are no direct financial penalties that could be applied to non BEE compliant businesses, the system ensures that Procurement managers and Buyers will favour businesses that are compliant since that enhances their own BEE Scorecard under the Preferential Procurement element provisions.


Does every business have to have black people as shareholders?

Black shareholding can attribute a maximum of 23% to the Generic Scorecard, but there is no legal obligation that can be enforced. The Generic Scorecard consists of 5 Elements of which Ownership is only one.

In a Qualifying Small Enterprise, ownership can only attribute to a maximum of 25% and will be rated against Five elements of which One is Ownership on the scorecard.  In the case that a QSE being more than 51% black owned they are only measured on Ownership and are exempted from doing a BEE scorecard.


If the business has no black shareholders, what is the point of going through a B-BBEE rating?

There are Five B-BBEE elements and each contributes to the outcome of the Scorecard and the ownership element is just one of these.  Since ownership carries a weighting of maximum 23% and 25% respectively, based on either the Generic Scorecard or the QSE Scorecard, it is possible to achieve an acceptable B-BBEE Rating without having any Black shareholders in the business.

B-BBEE ELEMENTS – GENERIC WEIGHT POINTS
Ownership 21.00% 25
Management Control 16.00% 19
Skills Development 21.00% 25
Preferential Procurement, Enterprise & Supplier Development 38.00% 46
Socio Economic Development 4.00% 5
Total 100% 120

 

B-BBEE ELEMENTS – QSE WEIGHT POINTS
Ownersip 23.00% 25
Management Control 15.00% 15
Skills Development 28.00% 30
Preferential Procurement, Enterprise & Supplier Development 31.00% 33
Socio Economic Development 5.00% 5
Total 100% 108

 


What is an EXEMPTED MICRO-ENTERPRISE (EME)?

An EME is a business that has an annual turnover of R10 million or less OR a business that is less than 1 year old provided your turnover is not more than R50 million.  However, the following Sectors have different annual turnover requirements to qualify as an EME:

 


Do all business entities have to be B-BBEE compliant?

Only business enterprises (those classified as ‘Exempted Micro Enterprises’) with an annual turnover of R10 Million and less will be exempted.  Such entities will automatically be recognized as Level Four B-BBEE Contributors with a procurement recognition level of 100%.

Start-up enterprises are Exempted Micro-Enterprises for the FIRST YEAR following their formation or incorporation regardless of their expected revenue. Tendering for contracts above R5 million does require Scorecard submission.

If a white owned EME (start-up) tenders for a government contract to the value of more than R10 Million they will be measured as a QSE.  If a black owned start-up tenders for a government contract to the value of more than R50 Million they will be measured as a Generic.

Businesses that are not exempt fall into one of two categories:

  • Those with an annual turnover between R10 Million and R50 Million are measured under the QUALIFYING SMALL ENTERPRISES (‘QSE’) codes.
  • Those with a turnover of more than R50 Million are measured under the GENERIC SCORECARD codes.


What is the difference between the QSE and the GENERIC scorecard?

The Qualifying Small Enterprise (‘QSE’) must elect to be rated on any four of the seven B-BBEE elements. Where a selection is not specifically made by the business enterprise, the four best element scores will be used to calculate the final result.

This means that an enterprise can still achieve a reasonable B-BBEE rating, in spite of not performing well in three of the seven elements.

The Generic Scorecard includes all seven B-BBEE Elements, namely:

  • Ownership
  • Management Control
  • Employment Equity
  • Skills Development
  • Preferential Procurement
  • Enterprise Development
  • Socio-Economic & Sector Specific Contributions


Who is SANAS?
SANAS (South African National Accreditation System)

The South African National Accreditation System (SANAS) is the only national body responsible for carrying out accreditations in respect of conformity assessment, as mandated through the Accreditation for Conformity Assessment, Calibration and Good Laboratory Practice Act (Act 19 of 2006)

Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) verification agencies, which are accredited by SANAS, support government’s national objective to allow for the broader participation of previously disadvantaged individuals in the mainstream economy.


Who is ABP
The Association of B-BBEE Professionals is an independent national Membership Organisation established to lead the Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) Verification Industry as it takes up a vital role in the transformation of the South African economy.

How can a BEE Certificate help my business
A valid BEE Certificate is an integral part of a well-planned sales strategy, especially when pitching for new business. Having a good scorecard could help generate new opportunities and help secure your existing business.  Apart from the added credibility that comes from having a BEE certificate, you help your client with valuable points so they too can improve their BEE score.

Why do I need a new Certificate every year?
This is prescribed in the Codes and is not optional.  A Valid BEE Certificate expires one year after the issue date.  The verification is based on evidence relating to a 12 month measurement period, the financial year.  This allows companies to improve their score and it also prevents companies from riding unfairly on compliance points that are no longer valid.

We own a small company but I want to get a scorecard. Can I do that?
Yes. Depending on the industry that you are in, an Exempt Micro Enterprise (EME) generally has a turnover of less than R10 million in terms of the amended Codes.  EMEs are exempt from the BEE Codes and they automatically get a Level 1 if they are 100% black-owned, A Level 2 if they are more than 51% Black owned, or a Level 4 score.  A Qualifying Small Enterprise (QSE) has an annual turnover of less than R50 million.  QSEs have to comply with all the elements and can achieve up to a Level 1 score.  EMEs have the option to be measured as a QSE if they are able to achieve a better score than the automatically granted status.

How long will it take to get a Certificate?
The longest process is preparing and collecting the required documentation, especially when it is a first time verification. The time lines also depend on the complexity of the organization and the quality of the preparation.

Once your documents are ready a good guideline would be:

  • QSE verification: Plan for 3 months
  • Generic verification: Plan for 4 months.
Will the process take up a lot of management time?
The first time your organization does a proper verification, or the first time you do it under the Amended Codes, it may be necessary for management to get involved, but once the processes and systems are in place the process becomes easier and can be delegated.

What will it cost
The fees for verification are directly related to the complexity of the task, the size of the company, number of employees, number of locations, number of suppliers, which Sector Code, etc. – all these factors play a role in determining a price.  Gestalt offers compliance Packages from basic planning and support to fully outsourced BEE services.  In addition, the best way in pricing the project properly is to have a discussion on the scope and the complexity of the task by meeting with the client.  A proposal will follow withing 24-hours from this meeting.

If your Sales Executive comes out to us and discuss BEE, what does Gestalt charge for it
We do not charge for sales calls.

Can I pay Gestalt on a monthly basis?
You can if you do so in advance.  Typically, you can pay for the first verification and then thereafter pay monthly toward the second and later verifications.  We do not have an option whereby you can get verified and pay in arrears. Gestalt views the Consulting, Compliance and Verification work as One cycle in B-BBEE. The “Cycle” is then costed accordingly.  Gestalt generally has a 12-month retainer where clients engage with us and in this time we can roll out the entire project (cycle) within their Financial year.  When clients engage with us at a later stage such as 4-months before their Financial year ends, we cost the project in relation to the number of months left until the Verification Certificate needs to be issued and then divide the cost between these months.

What do I do if I know absolutely nothing about BEE?
Call us and we can take you through the entire process from strategy to certificate.  Gestalt views the Consulting, Compliance and the Verification work as One Cycle in B-BBEE.  The “Cycle” is then costed accordingly.  Gestalt generally works off a 12 month retainer where clients engage with us in a time-frame that we can roll out the entire project (Cycle) within their Financial Year.  When clients engage with us at a later stage such as 4 months before their Financial year ends, we cost the project in relation to the number of months left until the Verification Certificate needs to be issued and divide the cost between these months.

What do I do if I know absolutely nothing about BEE
Please call us and we will take you through the entire process from strategy to certificate.

The staff member that managed the previous verification has left, now what?
We ensure that your staff is up to speed with what they need to do.  It will establish a solid understanding of the process and the requirements.

What about Sector Codes?
If your business operates in a business sector that has a gazetted Sector Code, you may have no option but to get a valid Sector Code verification certificate.  The compliance requirements for the Sector Codes are fortunately not significantly different, they are mostly tweaked and adapted to suit specific circumstances in each industry. The most important thing is to make sure you understand the requirements.

Gestalt can assist with all draft and gazetted Sector Codes.


I am not happy with the service of my current agency. How will Gestalt be different?
The most common complaints we get from clients that are unhappy with the service they have received is that the process is taking too long, and that they are completely in the dark about the score they eventually get.  Our focus on service excellence and the training workshops are examples of ways in which we differentiate our service.

What if I'm unhappy with my Scorecard?
The first thing is to talk to us so that we can eliminate any misunderstandings.  There are also well-defined appeals and complaints procedures on our website.  In general clients are unhappy because they believed that what they did would comply with the requirements only to find that it did not.  The best defense in such a situation is to fix it before the next verification.  Our processes and systems are rigorous and robust.  It is unlikely, but not impossible, that we may have made a mistake.  If we did, we will fix it and issue a revised Scorecard.

Why use a SANAS accredited BEE Verification Agency?
The South African National Accreditation Services (SANAS) is an internationally recognized accreditation body.  SANAS accredited BEE verification agencies have been put through a rigorous and internationally recognized assessment process to ensure a high level of credibility and consistency.  Certificates issued by us are valid and accepted by other verification agencies, government, state owned enterprises and business.

What is the impact of the new Preferential Procurement Regulations?
The Preferential Procurement Regulations, 2011, was promulgated on 8 June 2011 and is effective from 7th December 2011.  It stipulates that a valid BEE certificate is a requirement for procurement and tenders by government and state-owned enterprises.

When did the Revised/New Codes come into effect?
The following revised Codes were gazetted are in effect:

  • B-BBEE – Amended CoGP – Statement 000 – Gen Principles & the Generic Scorecard – 31 May 2019
  • B-BBEE – Amended CoGP – Statement 300 – The General Principles for Measuring Skills Development – 31 May 2019
  • B-BBEE – Amended CoGP – Statement 400 – Gen Principles of Measuring Enterprise & Supplier Development – 31 May 2019
  • B-BBEE – Amended CoGP – Schedule 1 – Interpretations & Definitions – 31 May 2019

No Verification Agency is allowed to issue a BEE certificate later than 30 April 2015 on the Codes of Good Practice, 2007.  Please contact us if you are unsure and require assistance.


Under what section does my business qualify? EME/QSE/Generic?

EME – R10 Million annual turnover or less

QSE – Between R10 Million and R50 Million annual turnover

Generic – More than R50 Million annual turnover


Can I tender with an Affidavit?
Each company will have their own policy in connection with B-BBEE compliance.  We suggest that you contact your client and confirm their B-BBEE policy.

Up until 30 April 2015, Government generally require a BEE certificate with a SANAS logo on if you want to submit a tender. We learnt that without this, they doesn’t allow you tender. It is not clear what their new Policy will be on B-BBEE compliance. We suggest you contact them and find out.  If they need an official BEE certificate, please contact us to assist you. 


How does the Revised Codes affect my company?
The Revised Codes are very strict and put a lot of emphasis on Black Ownership and Skills Development. We worked out that if a company without Black Ownership does not get full points for Skills Development and get ALL the OTHER points on offer, such a company will not be able to get a better rating than a level 7, discounted to Level 8 and if they are a QSE and a Level 8, discounted to Non-compliant if they are a Generic.

Can a Verification Agency assist me with the Revised Codes?
Yes, as long as we don’t consult for you. We have various products to navigate you successfully through to the Revised Codes. Please complete the CONTACT FORM so we can discuss this with you. The Sales Executive in your area will be in contact with you.

What is the best level you can get me?
Please contact us to arrange for a consultation.

Can Gestalt assist with consultation on the Revised Codes
Yes.

Can Gestalt assist with planning my Skills Development for the next few years
Yes.

Can Gestalt assist with rolling out a Skills Development Plan
Yes.

Can Gestalt assist with rolling out a Skills Development Plan
Yes.