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There are still too few Black Executives occupying management positions in South African businesses, thwarting the realisation of impactful economic transformation in the country. This is despite investment in skills development and the growing Black ownership of companies, as highlighted in the findings of the inaugural Sanlam Gauge report on sectoral B-BBEE performance that was launched during the Sanlam Gauge Digital Conference in May this year.

AGENDA

Andile Khumalo

MC

Semeyi Zake

Editor, Business Times

Paul Hanratty

CEO, Sanlam

Join Lerato Ratsoma, Managing Director of Empowerdex and Andile Khumalo, as they unpack the results of the Sanlam Gauge Report – the first research report of its kind – and deliver a consolidated view of Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment in South Africa, accounting for all elements of B-BBEE across key sectors.

Lerato Ratsoma

Managing Director, Empowerdex

Andile Khumalo

co-founder, Sanlam Gauge

Join seasoned entrepreneur Andile Khumalo as he discovers how industries – from Agriculture to Financial Services to Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) – performed across the elements of Ownership, Management Control, Skills Development, Enterprise and Supplier Development, as well as Socio-Economic Development in the Sanlam Gauge, the definitive B-BBEE scorecard for SA Inc.

 

Karl Socikwa

Group Executive: Market Development, Sanlam

Lindiwe Madonsela

Head of Compliance, BEE Commission

Donald Khumalo

HR Director, JSE

Lerato Ratsoma

Managing Director, Empowerdex

Andile Khumalo

Moderator

With the release of the inaugural Sanlam Gauge Report – a consolidated sectoral research report on the state of B-BBEE in the country, the overall performance of SA Inc. will come under the spotlight as the country strives to achieve equality in the economic advancement of all citizens. Join Gugulethu Mfuphi as she leads a debate on:
• BEE Trusts for achieving Ownership points
• The pace of transformation in Management Control
• Enterprise and Supplier Development (ESD) as more than just a ‘tick-the-box’ exercise
• Employee Shareholder Ownership Plans (ESOP) – should they be encouraged?

Mary Bomela

CEO, Mineworkers Investment Company

Sandile Zungu

President, Black Business Council

John Dludlu

CEO, Small Business Institute

Nompumelelo Mokou

Managing Director, Dimension Data Southern Africa

Gugulethu Mfuphi

Moderator

Ray-Ann Sedres

Chief Transformation Officer, Sanlam

SPEAKERS

LINDIWE
MADONSELA

Head of Compliance, BEE Commission

PARTNERS

Sanlam

Sanlam is a diversified financial services group, headquartered in South Africa, operating across a number of selected global markets.

We have been creating value for stakeholders since 1918 – for more than 100 years. Sanlam is one of the biggest internationally active insurance groups globally, and is classified as a domestic systemically important financial Institution in South Africa. We contribute to financial resilience and prosperity in all the markets where we are present.

www.sanlam.com
www.sanlam.co.za

Sunday Times Business Times

Sunday Times Business Times is the widest reaching business title in the country with a readership of 2,133,000.

Business Times’ award-winning team of journalists cover the people and issues behind South Africa’s largest and best-known companies and offer comprehensive analysis of today’s business trends. The pages play host to the views of leading commentators on the big business and economic stories of the moment.

www.arena.africa

RESEARCH PARTNERS

Intellidex

Intellidex is a leading research and consulting firm that specialises in financial markets as well as research designed to address SA’s triple challenge of inequality, poverty and unemployment. The firm has extensive experience in researching transformation in South Africa including research that valued all BEE deals up to 2015; analysed the operational structures and models of BEE trusts; and measured empowerment levels of listed companies.

www.intellidex.co.za

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ENQUIRIES
Marcia Minnaar
011 280 5770
minnaarm@arena.africa

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