BBBEE

Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment

In keeping with the constant transformation of our country, Stadler & Swart Inc. has embarked on our own journey of transformation. The firm appointed its first female director and shareholder of colour in 2020 and has since taken great strides towards establishing and maintaining a business plan that will empower, enrich and uplift previously disadvantaged minorities.

In the spirit of transformation and in line with our contributions towards the Skills Development and Socio-Economic Development elements of our B-BBEE Scorecard, Stadler & Swart Inc undertook to establish the Stadler & Swart Leadership Academy. The Academy is aimed at empowering young women of school-leaving age by providing them with invaluable personal and life skills to embark on their career journeys by mainly helping them to identify their values and life purpose. We use the Brightstar Lifestyle Programmes to help us achieve this, with Zenariah Martin (Director) being an avid facilitator of the Brightstar Life Programme herself.

We currently have two schools which we are engaging with in the aforementioned regard namely George High School (George) and Batavia School of Skills (Cape Town).

We have just received our mock verification before financial year-end, which verification indicates that we will be verified as a Level 1 Contributor for the current financial year.

BROAD BASED BLACK ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT PROJECTS

Intsikelelo Construction (Pty) Ltd

Intsikelelo Construction (Pty) Ltd

Batavia School of Skills

Batavia School of Skills