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TDCIEES-SIYAKHA and SABPP are proud to present the 9th Annual Employment Equity, Diversity and Transformation (EEDT) Summit from 10 to 13 June 2019 at the Wanderers Club, Illovo, Johannesburg.

The theme of the 2019 EEDT Summit is: Excellence in Transformation and Inclusion.

As with our previous EEDT Summits, the purpose of the event is (1) to showcase EEDT best practice, (2) create an opportunity for companies to benchmark against industry leaders and (3) to stimulate creative collaboration and networking opportunity within the EEDT fraternity.


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The SABPP EEDT Awards Dinner
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The One-Day Conference

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  The Summit’s exciting format

SABPP EEDT Awards and Awards Dinner

The purpose of the awards is to stimulate and showcase excellence in transformation and inclusion. The top three entrees in each category (finalists) will be presented with SABPP EEDT Certificates of Excellence on 12 April 2019 during the Awards Dinner at the Wanderers Club, when the winner of each category will be announced.


A High-Level Conference

The two-day conference will feature powerful keynote presentations and the case studies from the award winners. Attendees also receive a conference pack that includes a sketch of the Best Practice Initiatives of the Award finalists.


A Post Conference Workshop

This two-day workshop will focus on professionalising EE, Diversity and Transformation practices. The workshop is aligned to the SABPP Standard for EE and Diversity and Inclusion Management (EEDIM).

Who should attend?

- HR Directors and Executives
- Heads of HR
- EE Managers
- HR Managers: Change Management
- Diversity/Transformation Managers
- Persons responsible for B-BBEEEE
- EE Committee Chairpersons
- EE Committee Members