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As part of our commitment to transformation in the Tourism sector, the Tourism B-BBEE Charter Council (the Council) has developed the Tourism Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) portal. The portal is a matchmaking platform whereby large enterprises can identify, reach, compare, shortlist and finally procure goods and services from 100% Black owned suppliers. The main aim of the portal is to assist large enterprises to meet the Enterprise and Supplier Development element targets of the Amended Tourism B-BBEE Sector Code, by ensuring that the following information is accessible:

  • Reliable information on Black owned suppliers with the required profile and expertise for the purpose of Preferential procurement, Enterprise and Supplier development. This will reduce an inordinate amount of time and extra administration required by large enterprise to identify and verify Black owned suppliers for procurement purpose;
  • Latest B-BBEE practice notes published either by the Department of Trade and Industry or the Tourism B-BBEE Charter Council, and
  • Updated list of Tourism B-BBEE Verification Professionals.

The portal is also a reporting tool as provided in Section 10 (4) of the B-BBEE Amendment Act No. 46 of 2013, that enterprises operating in a sector in respect of which the Minister has issued a Sector Code in terms of Section 9 (1), must report annually on their compliance with Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment to the Sector Council which may have been established for that sector. Accordingly, measured entities in the Tourism sector are required to upload their B-BBEE information under Tourism Enterprises directory of the portal.

In terms of new supplier registration, new applications made by suppliers constitute an introduction to potential clients and does not guarantee business from the Department of Tourism, the Council or other buyers in the sector. Registration into the portal does however, afford Black owned suppliers the opportunity to trade with large enterprises.

New supplier registration

Existing supplier login

This Portal is administered by B1SA (Pty) Ltd. For any user queries and technical support, please contact the B1SA call centre:

  • Tel:     +27 11 455 0033
  • Email: support@b1sa.co.za

If you have not yet registered and have queries regarding your registration which you would specifically like to address with the Department of Tourism, please email:

  • Email: bbbee@tourism.gov.za

If you have already registered and have queries which you would specifically like to address with he Department of Tourism, please email:

  • Email: bbbee@tourism.gov.za

 

By clicking on the Login button, you will be directed to the Portal Login Page.

Register Login
  • Once you have successfully registered onto the Portal your organisation's details will be available to all Tourism sector buyers in the database as well as to the broader B1SA Opportunities Network.
  • Registration of a supplier onto the database does not guarantee any business or course of action by The Department of Tourism, the Council or other registrants.
  • The Department of Tourism and the Council commit to offering your enterprise an opportunity to compete for business wherever a suitable opportunity exists and where your enterprise meets the requirements of the opportunity. Inclusion in such opportunities will be limited to members of the Tourism B-BBEE portal.


MINIMUM VENDOR REQUIREMENTS

The Portal is seeking to engage with suppliers who are good corporate citizens and therefore you are requested to provide supporting documents as part of your application. This may include but is not limited to the following:

  • Copies of Company Registration Documents/ID document in the case of an individual entity;
  • A Valid B-BBEE Certificate/ Affidavit;
  • Tax Clearance Certificate;
  • VAT Registration Certificate (where applicable).

In addition to the minimum vendor requirements above, all supplier applications will be placed through an internal review process which is designed to assess the supplier’s B-BBEE alignment to the Department of Tourism’s sector transformation objectives.