Super Group has embraced the concept of B-BBEE and as such developed a corporate policy framework that incorporates all of its interventions.
On 1 October 2012, the shareholders of Super Group approved a B-BBEE Scheme for the Black (as defined by the BEE Act) staff. The Group has empowered its South African operations by allocating an effective 10.04% ownership of the South African operations to the Black South African Super Group employees. Super Group Holdings, the holding company for the Group’s South African operations, received a Level 2 B-BBEE Contributor status for the year ended 30 June 2015.
“We believe that B-BBEE is a key requirement for the promotion of sustainable economic growth and social development in South Africa. The rationale for implementing our B-BBEE Scheme is for the B-BBEE employees to benefit from the growth and performance of the South African operations.”
Super Group CEO
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