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Why you should use us

1) The best price online for SANAS approved Certificate.
2) Your certificate is stored under your profile online.
3) Grant Thornton is one of the top accounting firms in the country
 
 


What you need to know about BEE Certificates

What is BBBEE

BBBEE stand for Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment

Who is Black in accordance with the ACT?

A Black person, is defined as all people who may have been disadvantaged under the apartheid govenment, and includes Black, Coloured, Indian or Chinese demographics. However the individual must have been a citizen before 1995.

Example : A Chinese imigrant who has only received citizenship in 2005 would not be considered 'Black' as defined by the act.

Does one have to be certified?

No, but you may find in the New South Africa, that more business oportunities are available to you if you are certified. If you are a supplier to the manufacturing, or retail industry, you might find that your buyer requests that you have certification. You have to be certified if you want to tender.

Is it hard to get a BEE Certificate?

The greater the turnover the harder and more expensive it becomes and the harder it is to do? For most companies (except architect and travel industries) whose turnover is less then 5 million, they only require a BEE Exemption certificate. This can be easily done by SwiftReg in a few days for R490.

For companies who have larger turnover, an office visit is required, where a government approved agent will test you concerning a variety of areas. If you have to do this the cost of a BEE Certificate rises very quickly.

What is SANAS and SANAS certification

SANAS is the government agency, who accredits companies to do BBBEE certification. There are only a few companies is South Africa that can issue SANAS approved certificates.

If you are not exempt from proper certification, (ie in most cases your turnover is greater the R5 million) then you will need a SANAS approved company to visit you and score you in accordance with the required prerequisites. They will then issue you with a SANAS approved certificate.

Is SwiftReg SANAS approved?

Yes SwiftReg has partnered with Grant Thornton Verification services, and is SANAS approved

Why are so many of your competition not SANAS approved ?

A company that desires to produce SANAS approved certificates has to pay over R200 000 a year. Subsequently many companies offer certificates without the SANAS stamp and this in turn causes you trouble when your certificate is rejected...

What is Level 3 and Level 4

Level 3 is better the level 4. Level 4 is intended by white owned companies, or companies where more then 50% of their shareholding is white. The mark for level 4 is 100%, and level 3 is 110%

Level 3 is the best option if you are majority Black Owned (see definition of Black above). In a nutshell if you have a level 3 certification, your quote might be 10% more costly then your Level 4 competition and you could still win the tender.

And Level 1 and 2

A new series of codes were released in October 2013, listing the new codes of Level 1 and 2 for companies who dont appear in specific sectors. This means that a Black Owned company could get a Level 1, which equates to 135% Bee Rating as an EME.

However not all of the countries departments are yet to recognise this level.

SANAS verification agencies are not yet releasing certificates, meaning that in printing Level 1 certificates, a risk of total rejection for their tender, could occur. Subsequently we are holding back on these levels until they have been accepted by the broader sector.

And what happens if I am white and call myself black

Manipulating the system is a legal offense. SwiftReg reserves the right not to certify a company who could be manipulating the system so as to gain greater certification.

 

 

B-BBEE Certificate

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BBBEE(Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment) is an initiative by the South African government to address historical imbalances of the country by facilitating the participation of black people in the mainstream economy.

Black people refer to African, Coloured, Indian and Chinese persons who are South Africa citizens by birth or descent, or who were naturalized prior to the commencement of the interim constitution in 1993, or who those would have been able to acquire citizenship by naturalization prior to 27 April 1994 had it not been for the presence of the Apartheid policy.

Black Economic Empowerment

BBBEE is governed by the Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment(BBBEE) Act No.53 of 2003 and the BBBEE Codes of good practice gazetted in February 2007.

 

 

What you need to do a BEE certificate

Company Registration Docs
ID documents
Affidavit from the website needs to be signed

If you have been trading for more then a year - proof of turnover

For Pty's Only
A copy of your Share Certificates

All these documents can be uploaded onto our website if you have them digitally in your computer and is the recommended route.

Prices

Our price for the BEE Certificate is R490 for LEVEL 3 and 4

 

 

 

BEE Certificate Uses

You will use your Certificate for Tendering purposes.

If you want to tender or be a supplier to a large accredited company you will need a certificate
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You stand a very good chance if you have a BEE Certificate if you would like new contracts..

BEE Certificate is a very important documents accompany with you Income- Tax Clearance Certificate.