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"How we are governed"

Documents that detail how we operate and how you can engage with us.

Our Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Credentials

A BEE Certificate is the end product of the B-BBEE verification process listing all critical information such as name, address and registration details of the company assessed, as well as the category, sector code, element scores and points as per the company’s BEE scorecard, and the issue date of the certificate.

Due to the BEE certificate being independent and credible, it is increasingly used to grow South African companies by using it to apply for tenders, provide to clients applying preferential procurement, registering for grants and loans, applying for licenses and so forth.

Click here to read more about our BEE certificate.

Access to CIBA information

Everyone has a right of access to any information held by the state and any information held by another person that is required for the exercise or protection of any rights. (The Promotion of Access to Information Act, No. 2 of 2000 (PAIA))

In terms of the Constitution and PAIA, all people in South Africa, including non-nationals, can request information from public and private bodies.


  • To promote transparency, accountability and effective governance of all public and private bodies
  • To assist members of the public to effectively scrutinize and participate in decision making by public bodies
  • To ensure that the state promotes a human rights culture and social justice
  • To encourage openness
  • To establish voluntary and mandatory mechanisms or procedures which give effect to the right of access to information in a speedy, inexpensive and effortless manner.

Click here to read more about the complaints procedure, and how to lodge a complaint.

Reporting unprofessional conduct of a CIBA member

CIBA members, designation holders, and firms are required to observe appropriate standards of professional conduct when providing professional services to the public.

CIBA will take disciplinary action where there is evidence of a sufficiently serious failure to observe those standards.

Click here to read more about the complaints procedure, and how to lodge a complaint.