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Bee Eme Affidavits are now required for companies with an annual turnover less than R 10 Million and all new registered companies qualify.


No supporting documents required.


Bee Eme Affidavits are valid for 1 year from date of issue.

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Did you Know:

 Any entity with an annual revenue less than R 10 million qualify as an Exempt Micro Enterprise (eme).

 All start-up and new registered companies qualify as an Exempt Micro Enterprise (eme).


 - Level 1 issued if black ownership is 100%.

 - Level 2 issued if black ownership is 51% or more.

 - Level 4 issued if black ownership is less than 51%.


 “Black” includes African, Indian & Colored South African Citizens who became SA citizens before 27 April 1994.

 Bee affidavits are now required as per B-BBEE Codes of Good Practice Government Gazette No 36928

 Bee certificates are no longer used for any Exempt Micro Enterprise Entities who do not fall in any sector charter.


The definition of "black people" is a generic term which means Africans, Coloreds and Indians

a) who are citizens of South Africa by birth or descent, or

b) who became South African citizens by naturalization

before 27 April 1994; or; on or after 27 April 1994 and who

would have been entitled to acquire citizenship by naturalization

prior to that date.


Such a person may have a valid work permit in South Africa,

but must not be recognized as “black” or benefit from Bee.

Neither are their children, unless the parent is “black” by definition.


As of 1 May 2015 Bee Eme Certificates are no longer required for exempt entities.



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As per the B-BBEE Codes of Good

Practice Government Gazette No 36928

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  • REPRESENTATIVE / DEPONENT

  • MEASURED ENTITY DETAILS

  • % BLACK OWNERSHIP AS PER NEW B-BBEE CODES OF GOOD PRACTICE

  • The definition of "black people" is a generic term which means Africans, Colourds and Indians.

    a) who are citizens of South Africa by birth or descent, or
    b) who became South African citizens by naturalization  -
        before 27 April 1994; or on or after 27 April 1994 and who would have been entitled to
        acquire citizenship by naturalization prior to that date.

    Such a person may have a valid work permit in South Africa, but must not be recognized as “black” or benefit from Bee. 
    Neither are their children, unless the other parent is “black” by definition.

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