Super Group is a Level 2 B-BBEE Company

Super Group believes that a more equitable economy will benefit all South Africans and that B-BBEE is key to sustainable economic growth and social development. This philosophy is encapsulated in the Group employment equity policy, which places economically viable and self-sustaining transformation at the heart of people practices. These practices are deliberately designed to promote the greater inclusion of employees across a variety of backgrounds. Individual development, equality and performance-based advancement are the cornerstones of these transformation initiatives, aimed at progressing and maintaining a balanced, highly skilled workforce.

Super Group’s commitment to diversity and inclusion is reflected in its Level 2 B-BBEE accreditation. The Group views this rating as tangible evidence of ongoing work to promote greater economic participation by Black people. It is also key to sustainable growth, providing a distinct competitive advantage for new business and the successful retention of existing contracts. As at 30 June 2023, Black employees represented 89% (2022: 85%) of the total South African workforce.

The Group exceeded its targets for Black representation in the South African management structure. Black employees now represent 81% (2022: 78%) of all management employees, comprising:

Black representation: South Africa
Top Management: 31%
(2022: 37%)
FY2023 target: 25%
Senior Management: 26%
(2022: 33%)
FY2023 target: 25%
Middle Management: 68%
(2022: 67%)
FY2023 target: 50%
Junior Management: 90%
(2022: 87%)
FY2023 target: 60%

Super Group remains committed to employing, developing and retaining women. As at 30 June 2023, women represented 19% of Super Group’s total workforce.

Women representation: South Africa
Top Management: 31%
(2022: 26%)
FY2023 target: 20%
Senior Management: 30%
(2022: 39%)
FY2023 target: 20%
Middle Management: 16%
(2022: 16%)
FY2023 target: 15%
Junior Management: 14%
(2022: 18%)
FY2023 target: 15%