Supplier Development

The GMA aims to conduct its business in a manner that is fair, equitable, transparent, competitive and cost effective (five pillars) as underpinned by Section 217 of Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, and it core values.  The five pillars are not only a prescription of standards of behaviour, ethics and accountability but are a statement of GMA's commitment to business practices that promote responsible corporate citizenship and enable the emergence of sustainable socio-economic development and sustainable environment; which includes its commitment to facilitating radical socio-economic growth consequently adding to the common wealth of GMA and its stakeholders.​

The Supplier Development Programme is supported by the Gauteng Management Agency (GMA) in alignment with an initiative of the Department of Trade and Industry in terms of the Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment Act 53 of 2003 (B-BBEE Act) ​as amended and the Codes of Good Practice on broad-based black economic empowerment as gazetted by the Department of Trade and Industry in terms of the B-BBEE Act, or any Codes or legislation on Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment which replaces the B-BBEE Act.

Guidelines for SD Plan 2018
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