Business Day – The next phase of black economic empowerment (BEE) will be a drive to create a class of black industrialists, backed by President Jacob Zuma and accompanied by tougher legislation and new codes of good practice aimed at fostering real black economic involvement in the economy, rather than empowerment on paper.
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