Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) is a policy in South Africa designed to provide preferential access to business opportunities to certain groups in the country. Enacted in 2003, B-BBEE aims to opportunities to groups defined as previously disadvantaged individuals. The policy's key pillars include ownership, management control, skills development, enterprise and supplier development, socio-economic development, and preferential procurement. The policy aims to promote black ownership, representation in leadership, skills development, and supporting black-owned businesses. BMH Africa is constantly focusing on efforts to support social upliftment and small enterprise development in the areas we work. BMH Africa is a Level 4 BBBEE contributor.