CMSA maintains its commitment and role toward transformation in
South Africa, through embracing BBBEE throughout its operations.
The company strives to:
· Be an equal opportunity employer, giving preference to, and aiming to increase, the number of employees from previously disadvantaged communities;
· Foster an awareness of diversity; and
· Empower employees through incentive schemes and upliftment projects, such as numeracy and literacy training.
The group has achieved a BBB-rating from SANAS-approved economic empowerment rating agency Empowerdex, verified in terms of the Department of Trade and Industry's Codes of Good Practice, thus solidifying the group as a 'Level 5' contributor to BBBEE in the country. The current accreditation represents a slight reduction in the rating with the group having achieved an A-rating or 'Level 4' contribution status in the previous scorecard.
Sweet Sensation 67 (Pty) Limited ("Sweet Sensation"), the group
of thirteen BEE consortiums that invested in Enaleni (now Cipla
Medpro South Africa Limited) at the time of the Cipla Medpro
acquisition, currently has an 18,4 % shareholding in our
The individual consortiums comprising Sweet Sensation were carefully selected to ensure they were aligned with the group's objectives such as being truly broad-based; encompassing women's groupings and having significant expertise in the wider health care sector. They have the ability to contribute meaningfully to the group on a strategic and operational level to ensure the continued success of the group.
These consortiums include:
Other BEE investor groupings include The Amathuli Trust, black health professional networks and prominent black business people such as Thembisa Dingaan, Dr Bobby Ramasia and Mbali Ngqula.