|Having been founded in 1993 after the famous Mopani 1 meeting of over 200 black business delegates that was called by the late Great, Honorable President Nelson Mandela, the National Black Business Caucus (NBBC) is a membership-based organization that is founding affiliate of the Black Business Council (BBC). Our purpose is to collectively lobby government and private sector on behalf of our members who are Black Owned Businesses (BOBs), as well as participate with the BBC and all its other affiliates on true black economic empowerment policy generation.
As NBBC we further focus on the monitoring and enforcement of the existing BBBEE legislation in an effort to find practical ways for the participation of BOBs in the mainstream economy.
We believe that it is high time that we as BOBs stop asking permission to participate in the mainstream economy; we ought to be creating our own black owned conglomerates and take over our countries economy.
|Website||National Black Business Caucus|
|Physical address||35 Fergusson Street Illovo|
|Postal Address||35 Fergusson Street Illovo|
|Remarks||On 29 January 2020, this website was not working.|