Black Economic Empowerment
Experian South Africa has continued to show a strong commitment to Transformation and Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment with a successful transition to the amended Codes of Good Practice, by achieving a Level 2 B-BBEE Certificate. We are incredibly pleased that our Clients and Partners can now enjoy 125% recognition toward their own B-BBEE efforts when working with Experian South Africa and delighted to share our successes toward the economic transformation of South Africa.
This year saw vast improvements under Skills Development and Enterprise and Supplier Development.
Moving forward our focus will continue to be on developing talent and providing opportunities for South Africans to achieve their full potential through industry specific bursaries and development programmes
You can click to view Experian B-BBEE Scorecard.
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