On May 25, business group Sakeliga will defend in the Constitutional Court one of the most important judgments against the policy of BEE yet. The case comes at a time when BEE’s failure is obvious, with calls for reform coming from all corners.

The case revolves around BEE in specific circumstances, namely that of public procurement. Essentially, the court will have to make a ruling on whether organs of state may pre-emptively exclude tenderers based on their race...

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