Firstly, for Socio-economic Development, monetary or non-monetary contributions can be made HOWEVER these contributions, must:
Be made with the objective to facilitate income generating activities whereby it promotes the sustainable access of the beneficiaries to the economy, and
For 100% recognition, at least 75% of the ultimate beneficiaries need to be Black South African Citizens.
Based on the General Amended Codes for the LE and QSE scorecard:
Contribution types include:
Development programmes for women, youth, people with disabilities, and people living in rural areas,
Support of healthcare and HIV/AIDS programmes,
Support of education programmes, resources and materials at primary, secondary and tertiary education level as well as bursaries and scholarships,
Community training, Skills Development for unemployed people and Adult Basic Education and Training (ABET), and
Support of arts, cultural or sporting development programmes.
“Project Contributions” refer to monetary or non-monetary contributions carried out for the benefit of any projects approved by an organ of state or sector and include:
Projects focusing on environmental conservation, awareness, education and waste management,
Projects targeting infrastructural development or reconstruction in underdeveloped areas, and
New projects promoting beneficiation.
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