WELCOME TO AMAX BEE VERIFICATIONS
AMAX BEE Verifications are helping businesses around South Africa obtain SANAS accredited BEE certificates by being a leader in the B-BBEE industry. AMAX started with SANAS B-BBEE verifications in 2016 when we realised the need in the market for companies to get their B-BEEE certificates. We offer an innovative approach to sustainable B-BBEE. The company’s mission is to enable real transformation through the accurate B-BBEE rating certificates we issue. This ensures accelerated growth in the South African economy and helps to bridge the gap between the country’s primary and secondary economies.
Through its verification services, AMAX BEE Verifications assists businesses in managing economic empowerment opportunities and risks. We pride ourselves in seeing our clients grow by embracing the B-BBEE verification process and excelling in the new South African economy. We also strive to do our absolute best and always encourage our clients to do the same. By being part of B-BBEE, you form part of the bigger picture, so let our friendly staff assist you every step of the way.
AMAX BEE Verifications subsequently started the SANAS accreditation process in April 2016. After months of hard work, we can proudly announce that we are accredited by SANAS to issue B-BBEE certificates for the Codes of Good Practice (Notice 36928 of 2013 and Notice 112 of 2007) as well as all Sector Codes as listed below:
Agricultural businesses include businesses who forms part of agricultural production. Agribusinesses is usually businesses who are connected to agricultural activities in some sort of way, which can include either owning or operating farms, or catering to those who do.
The scope of the Amended Agri BEE Sector Code shall include any Enterprise which derives more than 50% of its turnover from:
1) the primary production of agricultural products.
2) the provision of inputs and services to Enterprises engaged in the production of agricultural products.
3) the beneficiation of agricultural products whether of a primary or semi beneficiated form.
4) the storage, distribution, and/or trading and allied activities related to non-beneficiated agricultural products.
The FSC (Financial Sector Code) is the product of the interaction between the financial sector trade associations, ABSIP, labour, community and government. The FSC reflects the accord reached by all the stakeholders regarding their joint commitment to fostering B-BBEE in the financial sector and in the South African economy.
This Amended FSC applies to any natural or juristic person conducting a business, trade or profession in the South African financial sector including, but not limited to, the following:
2. Long-term insurance.
3. Short-term insurance
5. Retirement fund administration.
6. The management of collective investment scheme assets.
7. Financial services intermediation and brokerage.
8. Public entities involved in the financial sector e.g. DBSA, Land Bank.
9. Asset management, consulting and administration.
10. Private equity, venture capitalist and impact investors.
11. Management of investments on behalf of the public, including, but not limited to, private equity, members of any exchange licensed to trade equities or financial instruments in South Africa and entities listed as part of the financial index of a licensed exchange.
12. Underwriting management agents.
13. Industry Trade Associations operating in the sector.
This Code applies to all enterprises involved with commercial forestry and first level processing of wood products. This covers the following sub-sectors:
1) Growers sub-sector (plantations, nurseries and indigenous forests)
2) Contracting sub-sector (forestry contractors in silviculture, harvesting, fire-fighting serviceS and other forestry contracting services that are not covered by their own Sector Codes)
3) Fibre sub-sector (pulp, paper, paperboard, timber board product, woodchip and wattle bark manufactures)
5) Sawmilling sub-sector (industrial, structural and mining timber sawmills and match producers)
5) Pole sub-sector (pole treatment plants)
6) Charcoal sub-sector (charcoal producers)
Is your organisation or entity operating in the ICT Sector in South Africa?
Well then look no further because you are part of the ICT sector. The ICT sector consists of Broadcasting, Electronics, Information Technology and Telecommunications sub- sectors.
Busy with any building engineering projects? Well then you are part of the construction sector because it not only includes engineering projects like building roads, bridges, and utility systems but also the remodelling, additions, maintenance, and repairs of any building projects. Thus, the construction sector not only focuses on new construction but also on old construction as well.
COGP (Codes of Good Practice Sector):
All entities that are not classified in any specific sector code are rated under the COGP.
The following Entities are measurable under the Codes of Good Practice sector:
1. All Organs of State and Public Entities.
2. All Measured Entities that undertake any economic activity with all Organs of State and Public Entities.
3. Any other Measured Entity that undertakes any economic activity, whether direct or indirect.
· Road Freight Transport
· Maritime Transport
· Forwarding and Clearing Sub-Sector
· Rail Sub-Sector
· Aviation Sub-Sector
· Public Sub-Sector
This amended sector code (including the scorecard incorporated herein) applies to all privately owned and public enterprises within the property sector. In addition, it is binding to all organs of state and public entities, organized labour and communities involved with or interested in the Property Sector. The scope of this amended sector code is applicable but not limited to commercial activities in the following industries:
Residential property industry
- Community schemes
- Land zoned for development
Commercial property industry
- Office property industry
- Industrial property industry
- Leisure property industry
- Retail property industry
- Land zoned for development.
Including other Property value chain areas
- Property Development
- Property Ownership
- Property Services
- Regulators (in Property Sector)
- Organs of state
The Amended Tourism B-BBEE Sector Code applies to all enterprises within the Tourism Sector and all parts of its value chain, inter alia:
· Resort properties and timeshare
· Bed and breakfast (B&B’s)
· Guest houses
· Game lodges
· Backpackers and hostels
Hospitality and Related Services
· Hospitality and Related Services
· Restaurants (not attached to hotels)
· Conference venues (not attached to hotels)
· Professional catering
· Attractions, Casinos and Consulting and professional services companies.
Travel and related services
· Tour wholesalers
· Tour operators
· Travel agents
· Tourist guides
· Car rental companies
· Coach Operators
The provisions of this Sector Code apply to Advertising, Public Relations and Communication as marketing vehicles in all media including digital platforms. It is applicable to companies who derive more than 50% of their turnover from this sector.
1. An advertising company is an enterprise whose core business is the conceptualisation, creation and production of advertising to foster a relationship between a product and the consumer.
2. A public relations company is an enterprise whose core business is the conceptualisation, creation and implementation of communication to facilitate a relationship between a product and the public.
3. A communication company is an enterprise whose core business is the conceptualisation, creation, production and implementation of communication as a marketing tool in two or more of the following disciplines.
· Public Relations
Any Materiel whether raw or processed, including equipment, facilities, weapons, munitions, pyrotechnics, systems, and services used principally for military purposes.
This Sector Code is legally binding on all Entities in the SADI, in its entirety,
including national or provincial departments, Organs of State, Public Entities,
private enterprises providing Defence Material and/or any other supplies,
products and services to the DoD or its agencies – whether they are procured
from Local or Foreign Enterprises, as well as any role-player and stakeholder
that might opt in.