Welcome to DVS B-BBEE Verification Services
At DVS we offer expert B-BBEE Verification Services. We carry out the BEE Verification Audit in line with the current BEE Code of Good Practice and SANAS requirements. We don’t just work in Gauteng, we can assist you anywhere in South Africa. We have been involved in BEE Verification audits under IRBA since 2010 and have highly qualified staff to assist you with the BEE Verification process.
Many businesses have considered getting a BEE certificate in order to grow their businesses and gain a competitive advantage. For many, however, the process seem extremely daunting.
We aim to make this process clear and easy to understand for you as the client.
How long is a BEE certificate valid for?
Your BEE certificate is valid for 1 year from the date of issue.
Can DVS assist with my company’s BEE certificate renewal?
Yes, DVS can definitely assist you with the renewal of your BEE certificate. Contact our office and one of our experts will forward a list of documents that we need from you. You will have to follow the whole verification process every year if you would like to keep your B-BBEE status.
What does B-BBEE stand for and what does it mean?
Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment. This was initiated by the South African government in 2003 and the aim of this initiative was to level the playing field in the economy for the previous disadvantaged society.
What is B-BBEE verification?
B-BBEE verification is an independent audit procedure where we at DVS assist you to certify and authenticate your B-BBEE status and recognition level.
How to improve your company’s BEE score / level / rating?
Points that you need to look at for your company's BEE score / rating / level improvement:
What is the B-BBEE verification audit process?
Before the audit can be done, we at DVS need the following information and documentation from your company. This information will determine which scorecard you will be evaluated on. In short you can start to compile the following information for these different categories:
Why is it important to comply with B-BBEE?
Companies will do business with your company if you are BEE compliant for the main reason that it will boost their own score under the Preferential Procurement element on the BEE Scorecard. You are not forced in any way to have a BEE Certificate but you might lose out on business if you don’t have one and you will not be able to tender in the public sector and will not be able to receive state funding.
What is the difference between EME and QSE companies?
What makes DVS the best B-BBEE verification services company in Gauteng and why should you approach us?
At DVS we offer expert BEE Services. We carry out the BEE Verification Audit in line with the current BEE Code of Good Practice and SANAS requirements. We don’t just work in Gauteng, we can assist you anywhere in South Africa. We have been involved in BEE Verification audits under IRBA since 2010 and have highly qualified staff to assist you with the BEE Verification process.
What is SANAS and why is it important to use an agency that is SANAS accredited?
SANAS (South African National Accreditation System) is the only national recognised accreditation body responsible for carrying out accreditations on behalf of the DTI (Department of Trade and Industry). SANAS is responsible for the development and maintenance of the rating standards in the BEE Industry. DVS is a SANAS accredited BEE Verification Agency that can assist you with your BEE Certificate.
Contact us or leave your details and we will get back to you.
What is a B-BBEE scorecard and what elements are measured for a QSE?
A B-BBEE scorecard is a guideline to determine a business’ BEE score. B-BBEE compliance of a company is measured by this scorecard. There are different elements on the scorecard. These are elements on the scorecard:
What are the different types of businesses that can apply for a BEE Certificate?
All businesses can apply for a BEE Certificate. Businesses are grouped into 3 different categories based on their turnover:
1. Exempt Micro Enterprises (EME); annual turnover of less than R10 million.
The B-BBEE Commission just released their Annual Report on BEE trends for 2018
The amended Codes of Good Practice were published on 31 May for implementation within the next 6 months. This includes changes on some definitions, general statements, skills development and preferential procurement.
Interpretations and Definitions
Statement 000 - General
Statement 300 - Skills Development
Statement 400 - Preferential Procurement
Click here to read our policy statement on impartiality
If people like you, they'll listen to you