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This subject guide provides access to the Library's key resources relevant to
Broad-based Black Economic Empowerment (BBBEE)
and serves as a point of departure in finding information as well as providing further avenues for self-exploration
Explore the different resources and contact your Librarian should you require any assistance.
"Our country requires an economy that can meet the needs of all our economic citizens - our people and their enterpises - in a sustainable manner," the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) says in its BEE strategy document.
"This will only be possible if our economy builds on the full potential of all persons and communities across the length and breadth of this country." (Read more)
The following are new items relating to various aspects of Broad-based black economic empowerment.