As a responsible corporate citizen, we seek to redress the historical inequalities of our society. We do this through our Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment policies, employment equity, skills and enterprise development and preferential procurement. This means regularly evaluating the representation in our workforce, to ensure that it aligns with the demographics of South Africa. It means seeking to constantly and consistently address inequalities among our workforce in terms of race, gender, and disabilities.
We continuously strive to increase diversity across all aspects of our business. We have been rated as a Level-2 B-BBEE Generic contributor under the amended ICT Sector Codes. Our ownership structure consists of 49.62% Black Ownership and 23,83% Black-Women Ownership, and we provide 125% procurement value to our customers. We seek to ensure that black people participate in positions of authority within our structure, and contribute to the management, policy and business operations of DFA.