We understand the difficulties of implementation, BEE verification and a frequently changing BBBEE landscape, and have become experts in finding solutions to these challenges. By engaging our Abafundi and Umlindi departments we are able to assist with driving your transformational projects over the line.
Since 2004 White Zulu has sat on the stoeps and steps of SETAs and has facilitated skills development, SETA submissions, consultations regarding policy, guidelines, and priority skills within the sector
Our unique strategy meets B-BBEE scorecard as well as Employment Equity goals, over and above the implementation of procedures relating to your company’s compliance to the Employment Equity Act
By participating in the Y.E.S programme the B-BBEE Recognition Level of your company will improve up to 2 levels. In addition to this, this programme provides companies considering participating with an incentive that will be impossible to ignore
Achieve a Higher Certificate Transformation Management NQF 5 to gain insights into the tricks of Transformation compliance and tactics. Depending on the B-BBEE skills points gap, it can be implemented as a learnership or a bursary
A Hosted Training Project is a partnership between two parties, whereby one company (the lead employer) funds the training programme for their employees, whilst the other (the host employer) provides the facility and dedicated mentors to assist and guide learners through their training journey
We ensure that solutions remain solutions up until that critical moment at which they are needed the most.
Our team ensures that we uphold this ethos by engaging, consulting, and negotiating with DTi, DoEL, and SETA on a continuous basis. This ensures that we are always ahead of and aligned with possible legislative and or policy changes within this transforming landscape.
It’s been too long we know! A change in perspective reveals this wait as a blessing in disguise. Nominations were submitted by industry at the end of 2021 to be considered as part of the constituency to finalise the codes.
The Bill now sits with the President, who will sign it into law…this is aimed to occur before the next reporting cycle in 2022.