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Come Alive is a Website Development house and ISP (National Internet Service Provider) that focuses on making the internet work for you. We believe that partnering with a strategic company that continually listens, understands your business needs and looks into the best viable way to represent you on the internet is key, and simply what we do best.
"Don’t ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive, and go do it. Because what the world needs are people who have come alive" - Howard Thurman.
Websites and Online Strategies have become a critical business tool. Not only are clients more informed, but have come to expect that you have your brand and/ or company products/ services at the touch of a button.
We run a highly motivated team, and focus our many resources on client support and ongoing research - the success of our business relies on the success of yours!
A result from our success has always been the involvement with clients, staff and largely our focus on support.
It is with this involvement that Come Alive has undertaken a few projects and initiatives as part of our social responsibility policy with a focus to enhance, assist, improve and ensure success in the communities, organisations, projects and initiatives we are involved in.
|Nelson Mandela Legacy Project|
|VEMA (Voluntary Emergency Medical Assistance)|
Come Alive is recognised as a Level 4 B-BBEE rating. Our latest certificate is available below for download.
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The legacy of apartheid has excluded the majority of South Africans from ownership and/or control of productive assets and resources as well as severely restricting the acquisition of advanced skills and generally the effective participation in the economy. Click the PDF image to download (size: 181kb)
Since the new democracy, Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) has been adopted as an initiative of the South African Government aimed at promoting economic transformation in order to enable meaningful participation of black people in the economy.
The BEE Act of 2003 outlines the required targeted areas of development within the South African economy. These key development areas have measurable outcomes in ensuring a path to greater broad-based and effective economic participation, the right to equality, increased employment, more equitable income distribution, economic unity of the nation, equal opportunity and access to services and protection of the common market place.
In February 2007 the Codes of Good Practice on B-BBEE were gazetted and released in providing a clear and comprehensive framework for the measurement of broad-based BEE across all sectors of the economy. The Codes specifically set about defining the seven measurable scorecard elements of Ownership , Management, Employment Equity, Skills Development, Preferential Procurement, Enterprise Development and Socio-Economic Development.
Source: The South African Department of Trade and Industry http://bee.thedti.gov.za/01.htm
Information Officer: Sheldon Marais
Telephone: +27 861 767 833
Facsimile: +27 866 885 737
5A Bristol House
8B Shongweni Road
PO Box 771
Telephone: +27 861 767 833