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Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Act, 2003 (Act No. 53 of 2003)

Codes of Good Practice on Black Economic Empowerment

Integrated Transport Sector Codes

Forwarding and Clearing Sub-Sector Code for B-BBEE

2. Long Term Vision

2.5 Labour Undertakings (to achieve this vision)



2.5.1 Investigate opportunities to establish collective investment vehicles that will make investments in the sector. These investment vehicles will ensure empowerment of the workers both directly and in partnerships with other stakeholders in relation to skills for ownership and management of companies.


2.5.2 Ensure that workers are empowered by upgrading their skills base and creating opportunities to deploy them into management positions as well as participating in creative employee share ownership schemes.


2.5.3 Labour should mobilise members to ensure compliance and understanding of existing legislation e.g. the employment equity, skills development, labour relations and basic conditions of employment acts. Companies that do not comply must be reported to the Transport Sector B-BBEE Council to take further action.


2.5.4 Labour will mobilise members to identify companies who fail to implement this agreed F&C industry B-BBEE Sub-Sector Code and report them to Transport Sector B-BBEE Council to take further action.


2.5.5 Mobilise members to monitor the performance of their employers in implementing the Growth and Development Summit (GDS) agreement on promoting local content and/or procurement and supporting the Proudly South African campaign.