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ABC 2 BEE Tenders is a Paid Membership Site only.
However, as a free member you have access to:
|Description||Access||Paid Membership Required?|
|Application forms - Free Membership
|Various. Click here to access the application forms|
|Business Opportunities - Free Membership
|Click here to access business opportunities|
|Online Tenders - Paid Membership Only
|Full Access to New Online Tenders (R1250 for 12 months)Tenders get updated daily from more than 300 sources.|
Tourism Industry / Property Industry:
Annual turnover less than R2.5 million?
Annual turnover less than R1.5 million?
Annual turnover less than R5 million?
THEN YOU QUALIFY AS AN EXEMPTED MICRO ENTERPRISE – BEE EME Certificate with 100% BEE recognition– no matter what your race.
Our primary focus at ABC2BEE is to provide an EME Certificate to each Businesses in South Africa to help them conform to BEE South Africa.
BEE EME Certificate Benefits
As an EME Certificate holder you will automatically receive the following BEE Status Level:
- If your business is more than 50% black owned you will receive a Level 3 BEE Status level and 110% Preferential Procurement Level
- If your business is less than 50% black owned you will receive a Level 4 BEE Status level and 100% Preferential Procurement Level
Having a BEE EME Certificate will create various benefits and advantages for your business:
- Your clients will earn Preferential Procurement points on their BEE Scorecards
- You get exposure to a range of new potential customers that are looking to use BEE certified suppliers
- You will have access to public sector tenders (with the alignment of the PPPFA and the BEE Codes of Good Practice)
- You comply with the Preferential Procurement policies of the ever increasing number of corporates that require their suppliers to be BEE certified
Not sure about which BEE Certificate is right for your business? Complete this short questionnaire to find the right one.
- Proof of Company Registration
- Proof that the company opened a bank account (Letter from the bank)
- Certified ID Copies of all Owners
- Tax Clearance Certificate
- Letter and/or Affidavit confirming annual turnover
- Letter and/or Affidavit confirming ownership.
- Completed Application form by the client
- Proof of Payment (Prices starting ag R530)
Not sure about validity of Certificate? Click here to download the JOINT STATEMENT THE DTI AND SANAS
On this site it is very easy to receive your EME Certifcate.*Please read carefully
Complete the application form and submit ALL supporting documents as stated above
Your application is submitted
You will receive an Invoice
After proof of payment is received you will receive an email with further instruction.
Submit Supporting Documents
All supporting documents are submitted to the
Your supporting documents will be checked and if all is accepted, your EME certificate will be issued and emailed to you.
Turnaround time: from 48 Hours
VERY IMPORTANT: APPLICATIONS RECEIVED AFTER 12 O’CLOCK IN THE AFTERNOON WILL ONLY BE SUBMITTED THE FOLLOWING DAY!
ANY ‘SO CALLED URGENT’ APPLICATIONS THAT JUST HAVE TO BE DONE ‘NOW OR NEVER’ WILL BE SUBJECT TO AN ADDITIONAL CHARGE OF R150.00
REFUNDS: NO REFUNDS WILL BE GIVEN IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO SUPPLY THE SIGNED AUDITORS LETTER THAT YOU RECEIVE AFTER YOU HAVE MADE YOUR PAYMENT.
Your turnover is between R5 million and R35 million per annum.
This means that you are classified as a Qualifying Small Enterprise (QSE). Although the scorecard consists of seven sections, you are only measured on the best four.
Your turnover is over R35 million per annum.
You need to comply with the Generic scorecard, which consists of seven sections. Test your company specific information against the various criteria in each section.
How is BEE Compliance Expressed and what Level is considered Compliant?
|BEE CONTRIBUTION LEVEL||SCORECARD POINTS||PROCUREMENT RECOGNITION|
|1||100 or above||135%|
|2||85 to 99.99||125%|
|3||75 to 84.99||110%|
|4||65 to 74.99||100%|
|5||55 to 64.99||80%|
|6||45 to 54.99||60%|
|7||40 to 44.99||50%|
|8||30 to 39.99||10%|
|Non Compliant||< 30||0%|
Level Four is considered fully Compliant.
When must the business entity be compliant?
On 6 January 2004 Government passed into law the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Act, No. 53, 2003. The final B-BBEE Codes of Good Practice are now operational as of the date of publication in the Government Gazette, No. 29617, on 9 February 2007.
Although there are no direct financial penalties that could be applied to non BEE compliant businesses, the system ensures that Procurement managers and Buyers will favour businesses that are compliant since that enhances their own BEE Scorecard under the Preferential Procurement element provisions.
Does every business have to have Black people as shareholders?
Black shareholding can attribute a maximum of 23% to the Generic Scorecard, but there is no legal obligation that can be enforced. In any event, Qualifying Small Enterprises may choose any four of the seven Elements on which to be rated, and can leave out the Ownership element entirely, although black representation does contribute to bonus points as well as promotions under certain circumstances.
The Generic Scorecard consists of 7 Elements, of which Ownership is only one. The weightings excluding bonus points are as follows:
If the business has no Black shareholders, what is the point of going through a B-BBEE rating?
There are seven B-BBEE elements and each contributes to the outcome of the Scorecard and the ownership element is just one of these. Since ownership carries a weighting of maximum 23% and 28% respectively, based on either the Generic Scorecard or the QSE Scorecard, it is possible to achieve an acceptable B-BBEE Rating without having any Black shareholders in the business
|Socio Economic Development||5.00%|
What is the difference between the QSE and the Generic Scorecard?
The Qualifying Small Enterprise ('QSE') must elect to be rated on any four of the seven B-BBEE elements. Where a selection is not specifically made by the business enterprise, the four best element scores will be used to calculate the final result.
This means that an enterprise can still achieve a reasonable B-BBEE rating, in spite of not performing well in three of the seven elements.
The Generic Scorecard includes all seven B-BBEE Elements, namely:
- Management Control
- Employment Equity
- Skills Development
- Preferential Procurement
- Enterprise Development
- Socio-Economic & Sector Specific Contributions
In view of the latest release of information by the DTI, the rules for BEE Exemption have changed as follows
- Being BEE exempted means having an automatic B-BBEE Contribution Level of Four and a procurement recognition of 100%
- Sufficient evidence of qualification as an Exempted Micro-Enterprise is an auditor's certificate or similar certificate issued by an accounting officer or verification agency
- Businesses with an annual turnover of between R5 and R35 million needs to only comply with FOUR of the seven BEE Scorecard elements
- Exempted enterprises DO qualify for a promotion to the next B-BBEE Status level under certain shareholding conditions
- The number of employees of the business also has no impact on exemption
- Start-up enterprises are Exempted Micro-Enterprises for the FIRST YEAR following their formation or incorporation regardless of their expected revenue. Tendering for contracts above R5 million does require Scorecard submission.
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Tenders (Government and Private Sector)
Requests for bids
Requests for proposals
Online Tenders information is collected on a weekly basis and based on the member’s registration criteria, is sent directly to the member’s inbox. Tender information is collected online as well as other publications. The information is then loaded onto our database and becomes available to all our paid members. Currently only Tender information from South Africa is collected and made available.
ABC 2 BEE Online Tenders are classified in the following main categories:
Accounting services, Banking Services, Legal Services
Building and Trades Industry
Cleaning & Facility Management services
Electrical & Automation service providers
General, property, Auctions
HR & Training
IT ,Telecoms and computer related
Materials, Supply and Services
Media and Marketing
Medical & Healthcare
Mechanical, Plant & Equipment
Security, Access, Alarms & Fire
Travel, Tourism, Hospitality & Transport
ABC 2 BEE Online Tenders also adds tenders from the private sector and these are listed under their own categories.
Delivery of Online Tenders
ABC 2 BEE Online Tenders are sent as soon as they are added to the database according to the member’s registration criteria. Members can Choose which province and which category they would like to receive updates on. Up to four combinations can be selected.
Online Tenders are also available on ABC 2 BEE Online Tenders for logged in Members.
Tender alerts will be sent out as they become available.