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Bee Eme Affidavits are now required for companies with an annual turnover less than R 10 Million and all new registered companies qualify.

No supporting documents required.

Bee Eme Affidavits are valid for 1 year from date of issue.


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LEVEL 4  B-BBEE Affidavit (<51% black owned)

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Did you Know:

Any entity with an annual revenue less than R 10 million qualify as an Exempt Micro Enterprise (eme).

All start-up and new registered companies qualify as an Exempt Micro Enterprise (eme).

- Level 1 issued if black ownership is 100%.

- Level 2 issued if black ownership is 51% or more.
- Level 3 no longer used for exempt micro entities.

- Level 4 issued if black ownership is less than 51%.

“Black” includes African, Indian & Colored South African Citizens who became SA citizens before 27 April 1994. Bee affidavits are now required as per B-BBEE Codes of Good Practice as amended.

The definition of "black people" is a generic term which means Africans, Coloreds and Indians:-

a) who are citizens of South Africa by birth or descent, or

b) who became South African citizens by naturalization before 27 April 1994; or;

on or after 27 April 1994 and who would have been entitled to acquire citizenship by naturalization

prior to that date.

Such a person may have a valid work permit in South Africa, but must not be recognized as “black” or Benefit from Bee.

Neither are their children, unless the parent is “black” by definition.


As of 1 May 2015 Bee Eme Certificates are no longer required for exempt entities.

Obtain your Bee Affidavit online in 3 quick and easy steps:

No Documents Required. Apply Online. Only R195 and issued within 1 day


Bee Eme Affidavit - Click here to apply online