BBLNN pushes NEEEF back on radar

• By Confidente Reporter

THE Black Business Leadership Network of Namibia (BBLNN) will push for the New Equitable Economic Empowerment Framework (NEEEF) and the Investment Promotion Act to be enforced so as to do away with inequality between formerly disadvantaged Namibians and their white counterparts.

President of BBLNN Irene Simeon-Kurtz told journalists yesterday that when the Exco of the network meets President Hage Geingob at a planned meeting soon, it will raise the significance of NEEEF as an ever urgent imperative to balance the disequilibrium amongst the disadvantaged Namibians and their previously advantaged citizens.

She said apartheid laws continue to protect previously advantaged businesses at the expense of their black counterparts.

“Where is the delay in NEEEF? Who is opposing it? The status quo cannot continue. Anyone opposing NEEEF is sabotaging the economic advancement of a black person,” she said adding that BBLNN is here to stay and people need to get used to the new dispensation.



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