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KWAZULU-NATAL BROAD-BASED BLACK ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT STRATEGY KEY STRATEGIES & PROGRAMMES BEE IMPLEMENTATION TEAM 12 SEPTEMBER 2008 by Amanda Mhlongo. PRESENTATION OUTLINE. Background Vision Goals Sub-strategies Cornerstones of strategy Implementation programmes Progress per programme

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    1. KWAZULU-NATAL BROAD-BASEDBLACK ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT STRATEGYKEY STRATEGIES & PROGRAMMESBEE IMPLEMENTATION TEAM12 SEPTEMBER 2008 by Amanda Mhlongo

    2. PRESENTATION OUTLINE • Background • Vision • Goals • Sub-strategies • Cornerstones of strategy • Implementation programmes • Progress per programme • Implementation structures

    3. BACKGROUND • Required by National Strategy Framework with the B-BBEE Act as an enabling instrument. • Closely aligned to all Economic Empowerment related National Framework. • However addresses Provincial specificities and supports provincial economic development strategies. • Necessary for addressing KZN socio-economic challenges .

    4. VISION • A de-racialized provincial economy in whose • mainstream a critical mass of Black people • participate meaningfully, in terms of control and • ownership of private sector enterprises, and hold • operational, professional, management, and • executive positions in organizations of both the • private and public sectors, in proportion to their • demographic weight.

    5. GOALS • Goal 1 • Substantial increase in the number of Black people who have ownership and control of existing and new enterprises, particularly in the provincial government’s priority sectors. Sub-strategy 1: Sector Matrix Enterprise Development • Sub-strategy 3: Preferential Procurement • Goal 2 • Significant increase in the number of new Black enterprises, and Black-engendered enterprises. • Sub- strategy 1: Sector Matrix Enterprise Development • Goal 3 • Significant increase in the number of Black people who hold senior management and executive positions in enterprises. • Sub- strategy 5: Enforcement of the Employment Equity Act

    6. GOALS • Goal 4 • Significant increase in the ownership and management of economic activities vested in broad-based associations, collective enterprises such as cooperatives, trade unions, and employee trusts. • Sub-strategy 4: Empowerment of target groups to own assets • Sub-strategy 1: Sector Matrix Enterprise Development • Goal 5 • Significant increase in the number of Black young people, particularly rural young people, who acquire skills. • Sub-strategy 2: Skills development • Sub- strategy 6: Corporate Social Investment

    7. GOALS Goal 6 • Significant increase in the number of Black people who own land and other productive assets. Sub-strategy 4: Empowerment of Persons on productive assets

    8. A SIX-POINT STRATEGY • Sub-strategy 1 • Provision of enterprise development support with sector matrix • Sub-strategy 2 • Skills development, mainly for the unemployed youth • Sub-strategy 3 • Empowerment of target group enterprises (including Black-women and youth-owned enterprises)through preferential procurement

    9. A SIX-POINT STRATEGY Continued • Sub-strategy 4 • Empowerment of persons or groups or communities to increase their ownership and control of enterprises and other productive assets such as land • Sub-strategy 5 • Enforcement of the Employment Equity Act • Sub-strategy 6 • Encouragement of well established firms to engage in corporate social investment, particularly in the areas of socio-economic development and youth learnership and apprenticeship.

    10. STRATEGY-GOAL ASSIGNMENT • Sub-strategy 1  Goals 1, 2, and 4 • Sub-strategy 2  Goal 5 • Sub-strategy 3  Goals 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 • Sub-strategy 4  Goals 1, 2, 3, 4, and 6 • Sub-strategy 5  Goals 3 • Sub-strategy 6  Goal 5

    11. CORNERSTONES OF THE STRATEGY • Sector Matrix enterprise development workstream [Sub-strategy 1] • Skills development workstream [Sub-strategy 2] • Preferential procurement workstream [Sub-strategy 3] • Financing workstream

    12. IMPLEMENTATION PROGRAMMES • Sector matrix enterprise development [Sub-strategy 1] • Skills development for the unemployed [Sub-strat. 2] • Preferential procurement [Sub-strategy 3] • Financing [Provincial Empowerment Fund] • Information dissemination, call centre, and outreach • Partnership and stakeholder relations • BEE monitoring and evaluation

    13. PROGRESS TO DATE ON ALL SEVEN BEE WORKSTREAMS

    14. SECTOR MATRIX ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT • Clothing & Textile [Women cut & trim + Youth designers] • Poultry [Contract grower] • Afro Hair & Beauty Product Manufacturing • Property Sector Incubation Programme • Tourism Transformation Charter KZN Implementation

    15. SKILLS DEVELOPMENT • Technical Skills Training programme • Employment Readiness & Placement • Establishment of Skills Development Fund FINANCING • Establishment of Provincial Empowerment Fund

    16. INFORMATION DISSEMINATION • INFORMATION PACKAGING • Call centre • Outreach • Electronic Media • Websites • Events

    17. PREFERENTIAL PROCUREMENT • Analysis of KZN Provincial BEE spend • Alignment of Processes & Systems BEE MONITORING & EVALUATION • Current BEE Status in Private Sector • Current BEE Status in Government Depart

    18. PARTNERSHIP & STAKERHOLDER RELATIONS • BEE Complaints Handling established • BEE Ombuds office establishment in progress • BEE Advisory Council establishment in progress • BEE Implementation Team establishment in progress • BEE Forums support

    19. IMPLEMENTATION STRUCTURE • BEE Advisory Council • Consists of 19 members from all sectors of society • BEE Ombuds office • Provincial BEE implementation team • Four work-streams/programmes • Sector Matrix Enterprise development • Skills development • Preferential procurement • BEE Finance • BEE Monitoring & EvaluationTeam

    20. THANK YOU!