Commission says fronting frustrates BEE

The Broad-Based BEE Act aims to increase black participation in the economy and not just use ‘token’ blacks as a ‘front’ in business


The commission monitoring compliance with empowerment legislation says it has received almost 700 complaints in the past four years of fronting, a form of non-compliance with the law in which “token” black people are passed off as company shareholders...

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