Government’s BEE fronting legislation has serious implications

By Keith Levenstein a director of EconoBEE, a BEE advisory firm, discusses various types of fronting.The B-BBEE Amendment Bill says:
’fronting practice’ means a transaction, arrangement or other act or conduct that directly or indirectly undermines or frustrates the achievement of the objectives of this Act or the implementation of any of the provisions of this Act, including but not limited to practices in connection with a B-BBEE initiative. To assist companies, here are some current methods used to front: 

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