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DRAFT REGULATIONS IN RESPECT OF LIMITATIONS OF CONTROL AND EQUITY OWNERSHIP BY HISTORICALLY DISADVANTAGED GROUPS (HDGS) AND THE APPLICATION OF THE ICT SECTOR CODES

1. The ICT SMME Chamber welcomes the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa’s expressed intention to prescribe the regulations on the limitation of control and equity ownership by historically disadvantaged groups and individuals (the HDGs) in the information communication technologies sector, as well as the application of the B-BBEE codes;  2. We support the strengthening …

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Here are 5 tips on how SMMEs can approach the lockdown.

SMMEs in South Africa serve as the economic engine and contribute immensely to the country’s GDP. In fact, small businesses are paramount in helping curb our high unemployment rate.  In the wake of the national lockdown, small businesses find themselves having to cover unprecedented costs to their businesses; whilst working to uncover innovative ways of …

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The Chamber’s response on e-Government department controversy on tenders.

The Chamber is disappointed at the possibility that the Gauteng’s e-Government department is mired in the controversy of flouting its own policy of transparency when it comes to tenders. In our view, the allegations are serious considering that our members have strong capabilities of supplying the same services but were denied fair participation by our …

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