Hulamin embraces the need to adequately transform in accordance with South Africa’s social and economic inclusion agenda. The development of Small, Medium and Micro Enterprises (SMMEs) to participate more meaningfully in the economy is one of the key focuses of the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) Act 53 of 2003, the Codes of Good Practice and associated sector codes and charters, and a significant driver of key national objectives of economic growth and job creation.
To support this agenda, Hulamin, through its Enterprise and Supplier Development (ESD) programme, aims to increase the participation of local black-owned  SMMEs in its supply chain (procurement), and to support their growth into sustainable enterprises through non-monetary (mentorship, couching & skills transfer) and monetary interventions.
Hulamin’s focus is on increasing spend with:
SMMEs who qualify for support must be:
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