E-mail Mathe Peete or phone Mathe on +27 78 031 3898


Fees per delegate
R1 250 (excl VAT)

Attendance Certificates will be issued and the cost of the workshop can be claimed as Skills Development and Procurement points for B-BBEE.

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Quotes from EES-SIYAKHA clients and workshop delegates

Excellent packaging of the EE Plan components, from the EE Plan, preperation, planning,monitoring, etc. A very practical approach. The workshop made it easy for the win-win approach to transformation - role players will know what is expected. Abundant information provided to make things easy.
Patrick Zondo, Fidility Security Group

I realised that although we practice some of the aspects covered, the course was able to give us far more insight on how we can improve and implement things. The workshop served as an essential tool – when we go back to our company we can advise further and share the valuable information with others. I value being able to have a much clearer picture and feasible measures on how to set realistic targets, and achieve them.
Siyabulela Bilatyi-Smous, Assmang-Khumani Mine

Half-day webinar
Preparing your EEA2 and EEA4 Reports

Enquiries: Phone Mathe Peete on +27 78 031 3898 or e-mail

Every Designated Employer has to complete an EEA2 and EEA4 Report every year.
In 2019 the EEA4 Report was significantly amended to include new concepts such as: 

  • Fixed variable and total remuneration
  • Average annual remuneration of the Top 10% of your Top Earners
  • Average annual remuneration for the Bottom 10% of your Bottom Earners
  • Median earners remuneration in your organisation

This webinar is aimed at providing you with practical assistance in completing both your EEA2 and EEA4 Reports and, in particular, understanding of the above new concepts and how to perform the calculations that will enable you to provide the correct answers in their EEA4 Reports.

It will also deal with the provision of reasons for identified Income Differentials, and guidance with regards to answering the qualitative questions at the end of the EEA4 Report.  

Preparing your EEA2 and amended EEA4 Reports
8.30 - 9.00 Preparation: Familiarisation with Zoom, going through programme and preparing list of Barriers Analysis Challenges and Course Expectations
9.00 – 11.00
  • Welcome and introduction
  • Participants’ EE Plan challenges and expectations
  • Aspects of the EE Act as amended relevant to EEA 2 and EEA4 Reporting: 
    • The duties of the employer:
        • Consultation
        • EE Reporting
    • Employment Equity Act provisions relevant to EEA2
    • Employment Equity Act provisions relevant to EEA4
    • 2014 Employment Equity Act Regulations relevant to EEA2
    • 2014 Employment Equity Act Regulations relevant to EEA4
  • Practical assistance in completing your EEA2 Report
  • Group Exercise  
11.00 – 11.05 Tea/coffee fetching/body break

11.05 - 12.30

  • Using technology to save you time when completing your EE Plan and reporting
  • Online Reporting
    • What to do and not to do when Reporting Online
  • The 2019 Amendments to the 2014 EE Act Regulations
    • Rationale behind amendments
    • New Section D
        • Fixed/Guaranteed annualised salaries per occupational level, race, and gender 
        • Variable annualised salaries per occupational level,race and gender
        • Highest total remuneration per race and gender
        • Lowest total remuneration per race and gender  
    • New Section E
        • Average annual pay for the top 10% of your workforce 
        • Average annual pay for the bottom 10% of your workforce 
        • Average annual pay for the median earners of your workforce
        • Policies and gaps required to be closed
  • Group Exercise
  • Using technology to perform the calculations and save you time when completing your EEA4 Report
  • Record keeping for DoL visits or reviews
12.30 Closure
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