Only a third of JSE listed companies and 95 of SA’s hundreds of public entities submit reports on their broad-based black economic performance to the BBBEE commission as required, making it difficult to measure progress. 

That’s according to BBBEE commissioner Tshediso Matona, who said on Wednesday that SA’s BBBEE policy suffered from the challenges of effective measurement. “Because we don’t read from the same evidentiary base we don’t have a shared view of progress or the lack thereof,” he said ..

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