Empowerdex, South Africa’s leading barometer of black empowerment among JSE-listed companies, has published its top 100 list for 2016.
The list shows African Equity Empowerment Investments (AEEI) tops the list as the most empowered listed company.
The 2016 rankings differ from before in that many companies have converted to the revised 2013 Codes of Good Practice, while others are still operating under the 2007 codes.
Based on the 2007 Codes of Good Practice, Vodacom SA has the best score with 98.25 points, followed by Nedbank with 97.34 points.
The table below shows the JSE’s most empowered tech companies based on the 2007 codes.
|Rank||Company||BEE score||% Recognition||JSE sector|
|7||Adapt IT||93.38||125%||Computer Services|
|20||Allied Electronics Corporation||87.50||125%||Electronics & Electrical Equipment|
|23||Mustek||86.79||125%||Technology Hardware & Equipment|
|27||EOH Holdings||85.83||125%||Software & Computer Services|
|30||Datacentrix Holdings||85.14||125%||Software & Computer Services|
|50||Jasco Electronics||78.33||110%||Electrical Equipment|
|55||Pinnacle||76.58||110%||Technology Hardware & Equipment|