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We aim to provide you with quality service and fast turnaround time, every time!

Time is Money!

In today’s economy no one can afford to lose out on ANY business opportunity due to the lack of a BEE certificate!

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About Us

FinX BEE is a fully accredited B-BBEE verification agency offering B-BBEE services to both the private and public sector in South Africa. We are accredited through SANAS (South African National Accreditation System), this means you can be assured to receive a valid B-BBEE certificate.

As an independent verification agency we cannot assist in optimising and structuring our clients B-BBEE profiles whilst also performing a B-BBEE rating. However through our network of affiliated B-BBEE advising companies, we can enable our clients to truly transform their B-BBEE profile.

FinX BEE is registered with SANAS

WHO IS SANAS
SANAS is the South African National Accreditation System. SANAS was appointed by the Department of Trade and Industry as one of the accreditation bodies of the B-BBEE Industry.

Click here to view our SANAS Certificate of Accreditation
SANAS Facility Accreditation Number: BVA202

Services & Fees

Qualified Small Enterprise Scorecard (QSE):
Annual turnover more than R10 Million but less than R50 Million

Generic Enterprise Scorecard (Generic):
Annual turnover more than R50 Million

Sector Specific Scorecards

  • Road Freight
  • Construction
  • Tourism
  • Information and Communication Technology (ICT)
  • Forestry
  • Financial
  • Taxi
  • Property
  • Transport
  • Aviation
  • Bus & Coach
  • Forwarding & Clearing
  • Maritime Transport
  • Rail

For BEE purposes, Companies are divided into 3 main Categories

Turnover Less Than R10m

• Automatically = Level 4
• ≥ 51% Black shareholding = Level 2
• 100% black shareholding = Level 1

Turn Over Between R10m & R50m

Need to score on all 5 elements

5 Elements for QSE/GEN
1. Ownership
2. Management Control
3. Skills Development
4. Enterprise and Supplier Development
5. Socio-economic Development

Priority Elements:
1. Ownership
2. Skills Development
3. Enterprise and Supplier Development

Turnover Above R50m

Need to score on all 5 elements

5 Elements for QSE/GEN
1. Ownership
2. Management Control
3. Skills Development
4. Enterprise and Supplier Development
5. Socio-economic Development

Priority Elements:
1. Ownership
2. Skills Development
3. Enterprise and Supplier Development

FAQ's

This is an integrated and coherent socio-economic process that directly contributes to the economic transformation of South Africa and brings about both significant increases in the number of black people that manage, own and control the country’s economy as well as significant decreases in income inequalities.

This means the economic empowerment of all black people including women, workers, youth, people with disabilities and people living in rural areas through diverse but integrated socio-economic strategies that include but are not limited to :

  • increasing the number of black people that manage, own and control enterprises and productive assets
  • facilitating ownership and management of enterprises and productive assets by communities, workers, cooperatives and other collective enterprises
  • human resource and skills development
  • achieving equitable representation in all occupational categories and levels in the workforce
  • preferential procurement – investment in enterprises that are owned and managed by black people

No. Depending on the size of your entity, your score may not even take into account the element of “Ownership”. You can also sell a part of your shares at a market related price in order to get ownership points.

In order to improve your enterprise’s overall BEE score, you need to begin by improving certain individual indicators.  

Being B-BBEE verified offers various advantages and may open a door to exponential growth for your business.

To establish a legislative framework for the promotion of black economic empowerment;

  • To empower the Minister to issue codes of good practice;
  • To publish transformation charters;
  • To establish the Black Economic Empowerment Advisory Council

“black designated groups” means:

  • black workers;
  • black unemployed people;
  • black youth;
  • black aged people;
  • black people with disabilities; and
  • black people living in rural areas

“black people” is a generic term which means African, Coloured or Indian persons who are natural persons and:

  • are citizens of the Republic of South Africa by birth or descent; or
  • are citizens of the Republic of South Africa by naturalisation before the commencement date of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa Act of 1993; or
  • became citizens of the Republic of South Africa after the commencement date of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa Act of 1993, but for the Apartheid policy that had been in place prior to that date, would have been entitled to acquire citizenship by naturalisation prior to that date

Contact Us

012 111 8476
121 Amkor Road
Design House
Fidu-Ad Chambers
Suite 3: FinX BEE (Pty) Ltd
Lyttelton Manor, Centurion 0157