BEESA Free Info Session ISBEE-01

Is your Preferential Procurement and Supplier Development strategically positioned for the Amended Construction Sector Code?

A FREE Info Session on how to maximise your Preferential Procurement Points

Course details

Date: 13 October 2017
Time: 08h30 for 09h00 – 11h30
Venue: BEESA Business Services,
05 Sherborne Road,
Unit 03 Sherborne Square,
Off Jan Smuts Avenue, Parktown
Cost: FREE
CourseSpeaker-SullivanMphahlele

Sullivan Mphahlele

Senior Supply Chain Consultant

Sullivan has a Higher Diploma Tax Law from the University of Johannesburg, a B Com Honours from the University of Natal, a B Com and a Higher Education Diploma from the University of the North.

Sullivan has worked closely with the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) to identify the best ways to communicate the effect of implementation and management of B-BBEE in South Africa.

Sullivan has held numerous management level positions in large corporates both locally and abroad and now serves a Senior Supply Chain Consultant on the BEESA Transformation Consulting team.

In February 2016 Minister Davies repealed the old Construction Sector Code because it was not submitted on time to meet the deadline for alignment with the Amended B-BBEE Code. Measured entities have had to align with the Amended B-BBEE Code.The draft Amended Construction Sector Code was gazetted on the 28th October 2016 and the general public was given 60 days to comment on them.

Construction sector companies have been faced with a period of uncertainty on whether to continue aligning with the Amended B-BBEE Code or the draft Amended Construction Sector Code.The construction sector remains one of the key sectors that affect domestic infrastructural development and as such is one of the strategically aligned catalysts for the implementation of B-BBEE. The draft Amended Construction Sector Code recognizes that the nature of the construction sector is dominated by joint ventures and outsourcing.

The draft Construction Sector Code could take a cue from the PPPFA Regulations which state that in order to ensure that outsourcing does dilute actual benefits accruing to Black People, no more than 25% of the value of a contract can be outsourced to an entity or entities with a lower B-BBEE Status Level.

THIS SESSION INCLUDES:

  1. Objectives
  2. General principles
  3. Total Measured Procurement Spend
  4. Supplier Development Programmes
  5. Supplier Development Contributions
  6. Competitive advantages
  7. PPPFA regulations
  8. B-BBEE fronting

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