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B-BBEE Sub-Sector Code for Public Sector - Transport

2. Department of Transport Undertaking

2.1 Guiding Principles



2.1.1 A World Class Industry The employees of the Department of Transport (DOT) commit to working with all stakeholders in our industry to develop  a world-class transport industry that will grow in size, create jobs, stimulate economic growth and development and provide accessible and affordable transport services to our people. We will strive towards achieving the empowerment of black people, especially black women, youth and people living with disabilities.


2.1.2 Accelerating B-BBEE in the Transport Sector We further commit ourselves to develop good, effective policies, in consultation with stakeholders, that will result in a significant increase in black participation at all levels of the Transport Sector and throughout the industry value chain. We will develop the capacity to monitor implementation of these policies together with stakeholders in the transport industry.


2.1.3 A world class Department of Transport To achieve this vision for the sector, we will develop a world class transport department, that is adequately staffed with highly skilled, motivated and visible officials with a passion to make the transport sector a vital engine for economic growth, development and job creation in South Africa in line with government's Vision 2014, which aims to half  the country's unemployment rate. We will improve efficiency within the department with the aim of effectively and efficiently delivering services to all South Africans.