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BEE EXEMPT CERTIFICATE

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All our BEE EME Certificates are issued for companies with an annual turnover less than R 5 Million and all new registered companies qualify.


As registered Accounting Officers we are fully qualified to issue as such.

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BEE EME Certificates are valid for 1 year from date of issue.

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BEE EME Certificates
Only R 450 - valid for 1 year

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Frequently Asked Questions


BEE EME Certificate
Requirements:



    and:


    (only if entity is older than 1 year)


What does it cost?

    

R 450 and the certificate is valid for 1 year.


Who Qualifies for BEE?


 

A start-up entity is a recently registered entity (e.g. company) that has been in operation for less than 12 months


Who may issue the certificates?



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(Note 4.5 - page 3)


To whom does BEE apply?

    

BEE only applies to those who are South African citizens by birth or descent, or who became South African citizens by naturalization before 27 April 1994 and to who would have been entitled to acquire citizenship by naturalization prior to that date.


Such a person may have become a South African citizen after 27 April 1994 or have a valid work permit, but must not be recognized as “black” or benefit from BEE.


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

- Copy of COR14.3
- Copy of CK2
- Copy of ID