On May 6, a panel of some of SA’s foremost experts will discuss insights from the highly anticipated Sanlam Gauge (https://sanlamgauge.co.za/registration/#cfv_registration_source58=BusinessLiveArticle) report (https://sanlamgauge.co.za/registration/#cfv_registration_source58=BusinessLiveArticle), which measures the “success” of broad-based black economic empowerment (B-BBEE) on a sectoral basis. 

The first-of-its-kind research found that while progress has been made, the pace is too slow. Conflicting regulation and an incentivised tick-box approach are causing stagnation. To drive momentum and meaningful change, measurement must move from a rules-based B-BBEE to one that measures holistic impact and effectiveness. ..

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