EOH is committed to sustainable transformation and the empowerment of those who have been economically marginalised and previously disadvantaged through discriminatory practices. As a contributor to South Africa’s drive for transformation, we are proud to have achieved the BBBEE status of a Large Enterprise Level 2 contributor, with 156% BEE procurement recognition.
We aim to eradicate all forms of discrimination and imbalances, to create a work environment that promotes equal opportunities for all, and to ensure that the future environment within which we work reflects the demographics of South African society.
EOH acknowledges and accepts that it has an important role to play in normalising our society through a positive intervention programme, in order to redress the imbalances created by previous practices, arising from all forms of discrimination, including race, gender and disability.
- 34.62% black ownership
- 7.3% black women ownership
- Variety of programmes
- 620 trainees
Corporate Social Investments
- Maths and science centre
- The Child and Youth Development Programme
- Various other initiatives