No, such would not qualify because it is not aligned to the objectives of Socio-Economic Development (SED). SED consist of monetary or non-monetary contributions, with the specific objective of promoting access to the economy for black people. SED is not the same as Corporate Social Investment or fringe benefits to the employee by the employer. The Benefit Factor matrix provides guidance as to what qualifies as an SED initiative. This is measured on an annual basis, meaning that the measured entity will contribute 1% NPAT annually towards SED initiative.
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