The BIBC is responsible for regulating and monitoring employement conditions in the building industry in the Cape PeninsulBoland, Malmesbury and Overstrand areas. By law, all building and building related contractors (i.e. painters, plumbers, etc.) must pay their employees the minimum rates as prescribed and contribute to certain minimum employee benefits. These employment conditions are gazetted in the Collective Agreement by the minister of Labour and as such becomes law.Continue reading →
The Bellville Judo Club is affiliated with the Cape Town Judo AssociationContinue reading →
The Bergvliet Judo Club is affiliated with the Cape Town Judo AssociationContinue reading →
The Black Business Council in the Built Environment (BBCBE) is the apex organization of black construction and professional organizations in the country. Established in 2007, one of its main objectives is to engage government and other statutory bodies to influence the drafting and implementation of appropriate legislation in order to create an enabling environment for the black constituency in the building and construction industry.Continue reading →
BEPEC offers a one-stop-shop for international clients who are in the market to employ South African built environment professionals. BEPEC is a section 21 non-profit organisation in Public Private Partnership (PPP) with the South African Department of Trade and Industry (DTI).
Together with the DTI, they provide support to export-ready firms to export their built environment services internationally.
Previously known as the International Business Development Section (IBDS), BEPEC was created in 2001 in response to the globalisation of the consulting engineering sector, post South Africa’s 1994 democratic elections. Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA), the South African Institute of Architects (SAIA) and the Association of South African Quantity Surveyors (ASAQS) were instrumental in BEPEC’s creation.Continue reading →
Batseta is a non-profit organisation, which is focused on the interests of principal officers, trustees and fund fiduciaries within the retirement industry and is managed by its own appointed Board of Directors.Continue reading →
The BCRCAT is a legal and a voluntary forum in the private sector made up of one or more registered trade unions as well; on the other hand; one or more registered employer organizations. The primary purpose of the BCRCAT is to provide a structure where representative trade unions and employers in the sector can bargain over the terms and conditions of employment (an example is wages, hours of work, time off etc), matters of mutual interest and formulation of industrial policy. The council has jurisdiction over a defined sector and the precise scope of the council is set out in the constitution of the council.Continue reading →
The BCCCSI aims to promote labour peace by means of a central negotiating forum for the negotiation and implementation of conditions of employment. It goes beyond the mere maintaining of labour peace. The Bargaining Council is also there to bring about a favourable, positive and constructive relationship between employers and employees.Continue reading →
Now known as the Master Builders South Africa (MBSA)Continue reading →
Beefmaster is a synthetic breed that is genetically composed of ± 50% Brahman, 25% Hereford and 25% Shorthorn blood. The result was the Beefmaster that inherited the best characteristics of each individual breed. This was achieved after years of selective breedingContinue reading →