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Welcome to MNF Consulting
 
 
MNF Consulting is a B-BBEE consulting firm that specialises in assisting South African companies achieve sustainable B-BBEE certificates.
We provide the following cost effective, efficient, professional and credible B-BBEE consulting services through ethical practices and competent personnel.
 
 
  When you choose to make use of MNF Consulting for your B-BBEE you have the peace of mind that the entire process is attended to with utmost professionalism and efficiency. By obtaining your B-BBEE certificate you are contributing to the growth and wellbeing of the South African economy. MNF Consulting will attend to your data meticulously, ensuring optimal results for both your business and the economy.  
 
 
We will design strategies and plans for attaining the best possible level for your businesses B-BEE certificate.
 
We will assist you with the implementation of all necessary B-BBEE strategies for your business.

 
We will monitor your business to improve results on your next scorecard, advising you on any recommendations along the way.
 
We will take care of the file preparation and consolidation required for the B-BBEE audit process so you don't have to.
 
We perform your businesses verification and certification annually through an accredited verification agency.
 
 
MNF Consulting helps businesses with their B-BBEE requirements. Please contact us if you have any questions about our products or services.
 
Contact Details
 
Gauteng Office (Head Office)
 
Telephone: +27 12 991 7836
 
Fax: 086 614 1756
 
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Postal Address: P.O. Box 11732
Erasmuskloof
Pretoria
0048
 
Physical Address: 9 Karoi Place
Faerie Glen
Pretoria
0081
 
Western Cape Office
 
Telephone: +27 44 697 4472
 
Fax: 086 614 1756
 
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Postal Address: 76 Hartenbos Landgoed
Hartenbos
6520
 
Physical Address: 76 Hartenbos Landgoed
Hartenbos
6520
 
 
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The B-BBEE legislation is supported and functions in conjunction with various other forms of Legislation, including the Employment Equity Act, Skills Development Act, Preferential Procurement Framework and others.The legislation was developed through numerous task teams
 
 
B-BBEE Act No. 46 of 2013

The Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Act No. 46 of 2013, the dti's Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Strategy Document and the Codes of Good Practice, provide the legislative framework for the implementation and measurement of broad-based BEE in South Africa.
 
 
 
Strategy for B-BBEE

The dti's Strategy document, entitled South Africa's Economic Transformation: A Strategy for Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment lays the foundation for the objectives and measurement of B-BBEE in South Africa.
 
 
 
 
B-BBEE Codes of Good Practice
 
 
 
 
New B-BBEE codes
 
 
 
New B-BBEE codes

The DTI announced that the transition period for compliance with new B-BBEE codes will be extended to April 2015.
 
 
New B-BBEE codes

Revised Codes of Good Practice (QSE)
 
 
 
Get the latest B-BBEE News.
 
Revised Codes might put pressure on compliance - July 2014
Despite companies being knowledgeable and changing their approach to broad-based black economic empowerment (B-BBEE), they still face challenges in achieving accepted scores of compliance with the policy.
This is the view from a 2013 KPMG B-BBEE survey.

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Statement by the dti on the transitional period


Statement by the dti on the transitional period of the amended B-BBEE codes


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Businesses should gear up for revised B-BEE Codes - June 2014
South African businesses will have to go the extra mile in the next few years to maintain their codes in relation to the Revised Black Economic Empowerment plan. Though the business process might become more complex, there are existing tools that can help simplify the process.

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Local procurement "to grow black entrepreneurs" - June 2014
The government has set itself the target of procuring 75% of goods and services from South African producers as part of its drive to create a new class of black industrialists and entrepreneurs, says Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa.


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