BLACK ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT

Advance Call is a responsible corporate citizen, continuously striving toward compliance with the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (BBBEE) strategies of the South African government.

BEE Partner

Ditikeni Investment Company is a 30% shareholder of Advance Call. Ditikeni represents 18 non-profit organisations working for poor communities in numerous fields, including HIV/AIDS, community development, local economic development, social security, land reform, and child welfare. Since its establishment in 1999, Ditikeni has built up a capital base that provides sustainable income to these non-profit organisations, which are:

  • Association for Rural Advancement
  • Black Sash Trust
  • Cala University Students Association
  • CDT Foundation
  • Centre for Early Childhood Development Trust
  • Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation
  • Church Land Programme
  • Development Action Group
  • Diakonia Council of Churches
  • Labour Research Service
  • National Institute for Crime Prevention and Reintegration of Offenders (NICRO)
  • New World Foundation
  • Nonceba Centre Trust
  • Social Change Assistance Trust
  • South African Council of Churches
  • Trust for Community Outreach and Education
  • Umtapo Centre
  • Western Cape Association for Persons with Disabilities

Ditikeni Investment Company is a 100% broad-based empowerment investment entity. It is also 54% black-women-owned. Ditikeni holds 20 investments and pays a regular annual distribution to shareholders. Holdings include Chevron (1%), Texton Property Fund (1.3%), Maitland Fund Services (10%), and Ntsimbintle Mining (2.3%), as well as several empowerment companies such as African Pioneer, J and J Group and Sphere Holdings.

For more information please visit www.ditikeni.co.za

 T +27 12 452 0587

Suite 5 / Groenkloof Forum Office Park

57 George Storrar Drive

Groenkloof / Pretoria / South Africa

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