Making mistakes, Righting wrongs
by Duma Gqubule
Making mistakes, Righting wrongs; Insights into Black Economic Empowermentis a comprehensive evaluation of the impact of South Africa's Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) policies and programmes during the first decade of democracy from 1994-2004. The book argues that South Africa's second revolution has not begun and the contributors emphasise the need for radical changes in BEE policy to achieve true empowerment for the majority of black South Africans.
Editor: Duma Gqubule holds a degree from Aberdeen University in Scotland. He has worked as a financial journalist for most of South Africa's leading publications and featured in international publications. He co-authored the landmark Black Economic Empowerment Commission report in 2001 and co-founded KIO Advisory Services in 2005, which specialises in the use of technology to facilitate economic transformation. Contributors: Dr. Andre Kraak, Muzi Maziya and Sean Muller.
Author Duma Gqubule
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