Tsebo is a pan-African company with around 40,000 employees in 27 countries and offering a wide array of high value-added, state-of-the-art workplace solutions to its clients, including facilities management, catering, cleaning, hygiene, security, energy, procurement and remote camp management. Tsebo’s clients outsource the management of these critical operations to Tsebo’s seasoned professionals, enabling them to concentrate on their core business.
€158m since 2017 (2)
Founded in 1971 in Johannesburg (South Africa), Tsebo has developed into an unrivalled pan-African enterprise. As market leader, Tsebo now offers workplace solutions in Facilities Management, Remote Camps, Catering, Cleaning, Hygiene, Security, Energy and Procurement. This extensive range of hard, soft and infrastructure management services are enjoyed by over 7,500 clients sites across many sectors including financial services, manufacturing, mining, leisure, energy, environment, retail as well as universities and other public services.
Tsebo’s clients have found significant benefits in entrusting their “non-core” functions to its experienced professionals. Tsebo delivers improved value, consistent innovation and continuous efficiency to clients in all economic sectors. Underpinning Tsebo’s successful business model is a constant and robust dedication to sustainable development and equal opportunity employment. Tsebo is widely recognized as one of Africa’s most progressive corporate entities for its involvement in sustainable development and social commitment, and for its actions encouraging the continuous growth of its human capital, its business, its industry and society. In 1995, Tsebo won the Black Management Forum’s Most Progressive Company Award. Empowerment is part of its DNA and is weaved into its business model, business processes, cultural values, and business strategy. It was the first organization of its size to achieve “excellent” Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) accreditation through Empowerdex.
Today, Tsebo is among the highest rated large employers on the South African DTI’s generic B-BBEE scorecard.
Tsebo is convinced that the sustainable growth of the business depends on the quality of its Corporate governance, the professional development and engagement of its employees, proactive management of risks and sound partnerships that are built with customers and local communities. Tsebo has adopted an environmental policy and a range of good practices in terms of waste management, the use of chemical products, food waste etc.
Tsebo aims to provide its customers with safe, healthy, nutritious and high-quality food. SmartChoices is a nutritional and educational program aimed at promoting healthier and more balanced meals in schools.
43,832 training sessions carried out in 2019 by the Tsebo Skills Academy
Retention in 2019 of the B-BBEE level 1 certificate (Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment - South African law promoting diversity and inclusion)
Establishment in 2019 of supplier audits (15 carried out in 2019) which enables Tsebo Procurement to conduct initial and ongoing screening of potential and listed supplier entities and individuals for risks emanating from criminal, political and adverse media exposure.
Board of Directors