While South Africa’s forestry sector should be proud of the fact that it is a national leader in implementing broad-based black economic empowerment (B-BBEE) and other transformation initiatives, much more could still be achieved in this regard.
This was according to the executive director of the Forest Sector Charter Council, Makhosazana Mavimbela, who also urged the forestry sector to educate B-BBEE beneficiaries about the transformation process and its goals.
She said the forestry sector was “the only sector that [voluntarily] publishes an annual ‘State of Transformation’ report”.
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June 7, 2019