Webinar: BBBEE - Making a meal of public interest

​​​​​​​On 24 June 2021, Webber Wentzel hosted a client webinar, B-BBEE Webinar: Making a meal of public interest. The panel session was hosted by Webber Wentzel partner and BEE expert, Safiyya Patel.

Key topics covered at the webinar included

  • The issued Practice Note in terms of the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Act on Rules for discretionary Collective Enterprises
  • Insights into regulator thinking - the BEE Commission and other regulators on BEE issues, as well as key cases to note
  • The Competition Commission's prohibition of the proposed sale by Grand Parade Investments Limited of its investment in Burger King

Speakers on the panel were Adam Ismail and Candice Meyer, both BEE experts and Daryl Dingley, a competition law expert.



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