KHANYA is a 31% black woman owned, and 51% black owned EME (level 2). Our empowerment status offers clients significant benefit on their BEE scorecards.
In amending the BEE codes of good practice recently, the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) is emphasizing entrepreneurship. Companies are being encouraged to give entrepreneurs access to the economy, not only through financial and developmental support, but also through the provision of preferential markets in their core value chains.
It is in this spirit that KHANYA was born, as a result of an enterprise and supplier development initiative by MAC Consulting, a Johannesburg-based management consulting firm (www.macgroup.co.za). For professional service firms such as MAC Consulting, people are core - and outsourcing their contractor recruitment, payroll and admin to a new entrant to the market, means honouring the spirit of the new codes in redressing the past.