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Where we started

The foundation of the BMF can be traced back to 1976 when a group of black individuals came together as a support group to address the challenges of corporate structures in South Africa.

This later developed into a focus on socio-economic transformation as an imperative aspect of the BMF, which could be achieved through the empowerment of previously disadvantaged demographic groups. The aim has always been to overcome a lack of growth for these demographics through the pursuit of socio-economic justice, fairness and equity.

These principles are why the BMF was instrumental in the conceptualisation of the affirmative action blueprint, Employment Equity Act and Black Economic Empowerment legislation.

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Where we started

The foundation of the BMF can be traced back to 1976 when a group of black individuals came together as a support group to address the challenges of corporate structures in South Africa.

This later developed into a focus on socio-economic transformation as an imperative aspect of the BMF, which could be achieved through the empowerment of previously disadvantaged demographic groups. The aim has always been to overcome a lack of growth for these demographics through the pursuit of socio-economic justice, fairness and equity.

These principles are why the BMF was instrumental in the conceptualisation of the affirmative action blueprint, Employment Equity Act and Black Economic Empowerment legislation.

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Why become a member?

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Become a Sponsor

The BMF is a non-profit organisation, operating based on contributions made by sponsors and corporate members. These funds aid with the operations of the organisation, conferences and events as well as facilitating workshop programs and trainings.

 

HELP PROPEL THE MANDATE OF THE BMF FORWARD BY SPONSORING ONE OR MORE OF OUR PROGRAMMES.
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