Anti-corruption and Gift Policy: (Click to download)

Growthpoint’s commitment to compliance by the group, and its officers, directors, employees and agents with local and international anti-bribery or anti-corruption laws that may be applicable.

Breach of the Company’s Business Practice:

Growthpoint believes that it employs people who perform to the best of their ability and act in accordance with Growthpoint’s philosophies. Any transgression of our practices will be dealt with on an individual basis, in the best interests of the company. If any of the company’s standards are breached and such a breach requires formalised intervention, Growthpoint will, where appropriate and practical, intervene and act in accordance with the guidelines for fair procedure set out in the relevant policies and legislation.

Business Code of Conduct:

Employees are expected to conduct all internal and external dealings with integrity, consistently and uncompromisingly displaying moral strength and behaviour which promotes trust. Integrity and confidence are critical to our reputation and sustainability.

Closed Periods:

When Growthpoint is in a closed period (prior to the half year and the year end results), or events as determined by the JSE Listings requirements, no director or employee may trade (buying or selling) in Growthpoint shares or any derivative thereof. Directors are to obtain approval from the Chairman and employees from the Group CEO before trading in Growthpoint shares. The rules apply to personal account dealings undertaken by any employee or any of their associates, either for their own account or for the account of an associate.

Code of Ethics: (Click to download)

The Growthpoint Code of Ethics applies to all its employees and the Growthpoint Properties Limited Board. The Code of Ethics sets the standards for ethical behaviour and the Values of Growthpoint. It is a promise to all our stakeholders that we will combine our entrepreneurial spirit with a commitment to responsible business practice. It stipulates morally acceptable behaviour within an organisation. It defines the moral standards or guidelines that need to be respected by all members of an organisation in their dealings with internal and external stakeholders.

Confidentiality Statement: 

Confidentiality obligations on directors, officers and employees of Growthpoint and its subsidiaries who come into possession of material, non-public / price-sensitive information concerning the company who are required to safeguard the confidentiality of the information and may not intentionally or inadvertently communicate it to any person unless such a person has a need to know the information for legitimate company-related reasons. This duty of confidentiality is important to both Growthpoint’s competitive position and the insider trading laws and JSE regulations applicable to Growthpoint as a public company. 

Conflict of Interest: (Click to download)

Should Directors, members of a Board Committee, Executive Management or employees believe that a potential transaction /activity that may constitute a conflict of interest or interfere with their responsibilities to the company, such a Director, Committee member, Executive or employee is expected to disclose this. The company maintains that disclosure and transparency mitigate against and avoid conflicts of interest.

Corporate Social Responsibility:

Guidelines and assistance for implementing the socio-economic development (SED) elements of CSR, and the enterprise and supplier development (ESD) elements of broad-based black economic empowerment (B-BBEE). The policy also specifies the exclusions of funding:

Profit making companies, unless in the case of enterprise and supplier development

  • Animal-related organisations or programmes
  • Religious organisations;
  • Political parties or associations with political affiliations;
  • Labour movements/ Unions;
  • Organisations that have been in existence for less than one year

Disclosure Policy: (Click to download)

Dealing with, inter alia, price-sensitive information in line with the JSE Limited (JSE) Listings Requirements (Listings Requirements), as well as other recognised best practices. Addresses elements such as the communication framework and authorised spokespersons, dissemination of information, fair distribution of information, price-sensitive information and profit forecasts, dealing with the media, unexpected circumstances or events, crisis management and communication. 

Crisis Communication Policy:

Applicable to all Growthpoint staff and onsite suppliers, the policy details who needs to be notified in the event of a crisis, or potential crisis situation, the role of authorised spokespersons and how to deal with media requests

Memorandum of Incorporation (MoI): (Click to download) 

Growthpoint’s Memorandum of Incorporation (MoI) sets out the rights, duties and responsibilities of the shareholders, directors and other persons involved in the company structure to ensure that the business in conducted in a manner that complies with the provisions in various Acts, which include the Companies Act, No.71 of 2008 (as amended),  Companies and Intellectual Property Commission established in terms of section 185 of the Act, The Broad Based Economic Empowerment Act , No. 53 of 2003 as amended, re-enacted or replaced from time to time (BEE Act) and its codes of Good Practice gazetted from time to time under the BEE Act, Electronic Communications and Transactions Act, No. 25 of 2002, Financial Markets Act, Income Tax Act, and the JSE Listings Requirements. 

Risk Management:

The Board has overall responsibility for the adoption, oversight and reporting of Growthpoint’s risk management framework. Growthpoint’s risk framework encompasses four distinct categories.

Treasury Policy:

The purpose of this policy is to set up a framework for managing financial risks across the Growthpoint group.
The policy:

  • Defines the financial risks to be managed.
  • Specifies the objectives in managing these risks.
  • Delegates responsibilities to those managing the risk.

Whistle-blowing and Protected Disclosure:

Encourages Growthpoint employees to raise concerns about workplace malpractice without fear of victimisation or reprisal. Growthpoint seeks to protect all employees who disclose unlawful or irregular conduct by the company, its employees or other stakeholders. All stakeholders can use our whistle-blowing hotline: 0800 167 463 or email [email protected] 

POPI Policy 

This policy is in line with the Protection of Personal Information Act which aims to: 

  • To promote and protect the right to privacy for all persons and companies 
  • Identify, control, monitor, report and maintain information privacy. 

Privacy Policy 

This policy provides direction and guidance to Growthpoint employees by providing minimum requirements for Growthpoint employees to identify, control, monitor, report, and maintain information privacy across Growthpoint’s business. This policy prescribes the scope, minimum privacy standards and roles and responsibilities which must be implemented and adhered to in order for Growthpoint to meet its legislative obligations to process personal information in a manner that is lawful and fair and mitigate its other information privacy risks.


Business Rescue Strategy:

Highlights Growthpoint’s business rescues strategy in line with Chapter 6 of the Companies Act 71 of 2008, as amended (“Companies Act”). This legislation was mainly introduced to reduce the amount of liquidations in the industry, to save employment and to replace the old “Compromise of creditors” in terms of section 155 of the Companies Act.

Credit Policy and Processes:

Provides guidance on leasing facilities to our clients with the minimum of risk and the ongoing improvement in processes and service to enable a secure and sustainable return to our shareholders.

Environmental Policy: (Click to download

Growthpoint’s commitment to responsible environmental conduct. Areas of consideration include climate change and carbon emissions, energy, water, waste, renewable energy and biodiversity. 

Health and Safety Policy:

Our policy prepared in line with the Occupational Health and Safety Act No 85 of 1993, which provides for the health and safety of people at work and when using plant and machinery, as well as the protection of people other than those at work against hazards to health and safety arising out of or in connection with the activities of people at work.

Incident (I) and Accident (A) investigation:

This policy clearly highlights the procedure of incident and accident investigation in a three-step process: 

  1. Emergency phase: Take immediate action, secure the scene, and report the incident.
  2. Investigation phase: Collect evidence, ID and interview witnesses, analyse evidence and compile report, I/A investigation meeting – report to government/chief inspector.
  3. Closure phase: Follow-up, compensation commissioner.


This policy ensures that regular emergency evacuation drills are practised (at least twice a year) so that in the event of an emergency, the entire workforce is well prepared. With regular practice, all staff should be able to reach their assembly points unhurt and safe (the injury procedure is also outlined) within 15 minutes, with the help of evacuation marshals, zone marshals, firefighters, first aiders, and security personnel. 

Emergency Medical Procedures: 

This highlights the medical protocol that first aiders should follow. It ensures that first aiders are competent and able to treat fellow employees in the workplace and that they ensure the first aid boxes in the department/work area are regularly checked, sealed, and stocked as per the Department of Labour’s requirements.  


Growthpoint is committed to compliance with all relevant employment legislation, such as legislation on smoking by the South Africa Government. Smoking at the workplace is regulated by the Tobacco Products Control Act No 83 of 1993. This policy is applicable to all Growthpoint employees, visitors, and any other person who assists in the carrying on of all aspects of the day-to-day functioning 

Alcohol and Drug Misuse at Work:

This policy aims to promote greater awareness of how alcohol and drug dependency can be prevented, encourage support and self-referral or intervention at an early stage of dependency, and manage dependency so that there is an efficient and supportive working environment. 

Road Safety:

This policy statement clearly outlines the responsibilities of the company and its employees who drive a vehicle on company business. It relates to training, mobile phones, alcohol and controlled drugs, hours of driving/work and breaks, accident investigation, accident classification, accident procedure, reporting the accident, vehicle maintenance and disciplinary action. 

Local Economic Development and Transformation Policy and Procedure:

This policy document is intended to outline the principles and procedures to be adhered to when engaging with businesses in local communities within which Growthpoint operates. 

Local Economic Development and Local Participation Policy : 

This highlights that all established contractors appointed on Growthpoint’s projects are required to partner with emerging local enterprises (contractors and suppliers) for developmental purposes, with a clear empowerment strategy with targets. 

Managing of Covid-19 Policy:

This policy sets out:

  • Growthpoint’s approach to COVID-19 and how the business, its employees and its stakeholders are to act in order to decrease the spread of this illness and lower its impact in the workplace.
  • The related measures and controls which have been implemented within Growthpoint’s operations, workplaces and facilities with immediate effect, in order to address and manage the risks and hazards posed by this coronavirus.

Procurement Policy:

This policy supports the basic principles associated with procurement i.e. value for money, open and effective communication, ethical and fair dealing, accountability and reporting within the ambit of superior service delivery. The policy is committed to:

  • A fair and transparent process
  • Contributing to economic empowerment as per the B-BBEE Code of Good Practice
  • Management and monitoring progress against procurement objectives
  • Holding individuals accountable for purchasing decisions meeting full requirements

Sponsorship Policy and Procedure:

Sets out the procedure for considering and approving proposals as and when suitable opportunities present themselves. Additionally, it highlights sponsorship criteria and guidelines. 

Supplier Code of Conduct Policy: (Click to download)

Growthpoint Properties (“Growthpoint”) is firmly committed to full compliance with international human rights, labour standards, environmental laws, and ethical business practices. Growthpoint’s commitment to ethics and sustainability is implemented by focusing on particular elements relative to ESG. These include but are not exclusive to ethical practices within our supply chain and their related policies, business strategy, net zero carbon ambitions, impact on communities, Human Rights, Local Economic Development, and good labour practices.

Supplier ESG Policy: (Click to download)

This Supply Chain ESG Policy outlines the scope, roles, responsibilities, commitments, and practical implications for Growthpoint and its staff concerning Growthpoint’s Supplier Code of Conduct. In addition, it sets out Growthpoint’s position and approach in a procurement context concerning environmental, social, and governance (ESG) values and commitments. The intention is to enable positive collaboration with suppliers, improve ESG performance, and protect Growthpoint from reputational, legal, business, and physical risks associated with poor ESG performance in its supply chain.

Valuation Policy 

To ensure that Growthpoint’s valuations represent the fair value of its property portfolio as at interim and full-year reporting periods. 

Human Rights Position Statement (Click to download)

Growthpoint acknowledges its responsibility to respect human rights in its business. Our human rights position statement elaborates on the requirements within our Business Code of Conduct and Ethics to treat everyone whom we encounter with fairness, respect and dignity.

The Board

Audit Committee Terms of Reference:

Assists the Board in ensuring adequate processes are implemented and maintained, adequate accounting records are maintained and managed, design-effectiveness of internal financial controls, and the integrity of the Annual Financial Statements.

Board Charter:

Provides the overall purpose and objectives of the Board, membership and responsibilities, accountability, and self-assessment

Board Gender Diversification Statement: 

Growthpoint’s commitment to gender diversification on the Board. In the event that the size of the board is increased and/or any of the current non-executive directors retires or steps down, preference will be given to women with the necessary skills, experience, independence and knowledge, taking into account Growthpoint’s circumstances and needs. Growthpoint’s aim is that at least 30% of the Board should comprise women.

Board Racial Diversity Statement:

Growthpoint’s commitment to racial diversification on the Board. The Board shall at all times and to the extent practically possible, strive to meet the legislated and/or regulated Employment Equity targets applicable from time to time at Board level.

Governance and Nominations Committee Terms of Reference:

Responsible for the establishment, reviewing, and monitoring of the adequacy, efficiency and appropriateness of the corporate governance structure and practices and ensuring compliance with the King IV Report on Corporate Governance for South Africa, 2016 (“King IV”), the Listings Requirements of the JSE, the Companies Act, 71 of 2008, as amended (“Companies Act”) and the Companies Regulations, 2011 (“Regulations”), the Growthpoint Memorandum of Incorporation (“MOI”), Environmental, Social and Governance (“ESG”) criteria, and any other applicable laws and regulatory provisions.

Guides the Nomination Committee in the appointment of board members and ensures consideration is given to the knowledge, skill, experience, diversity and independence of appointees. The policy also refers to gender diversity targets, the issue of multiple directorships and tenure

Nomination Policy: (Click to download)

The policy guides the Nomination Committee in the appointment of board members and ensures consideration is given to the knowledge, skill, experience, diversity and independence of appointees. The policy also refers to gender diversity targets, the issue of multiple directorships and tenure.

Property and Investment Terms of Reference: 

This committee will assist in the consideration of proposed acquisitions and disposals of Investments, annual budgets including capital expenditure and refurbishments and reviewing annual investment valuations. Recommendations are provided to the Board.

Risk Management Committee Terms of Reference:

Ensures ensuring that the Board is assisted in the discharge of its duties relating to corporate accountability and the associated risks in terms of management, assurance, and reporting.

Social Ethics and Transformation Committee Terms of Reference: 

The Committee acts for the Company and its subsidiaries, other than subsidiaries or controlled entities that are not managed by the Company or any of its subsidiaries. Considerations, evaluations and monitoring are continuously done on broad-based economic empowerment, enterprise development, social and economic development, oversight of values and the ethical framework, good corporate citizenship, the environment, climate change, procurement, consumer relations, transformations charter, employment equity, and the stakeholder-inclusive approach. 

Human Resources and Remuneration Committee Terms of Reference: 

Facilitate the determination of all the essential components of remuneration and the criteria for the review of the performance of Executive Directors and senior management in discharging their functions and responsibilities. 


Cell Phone Policy:

Determines eligibility and outlines the reimbursement process as well as income tax legislation and SA Revenue Services (SARS) practice.

Conditions of Employment Statement:

The information contained in this document is intended as a guide to understanding the principles that underline the “way of life” at Growthpoint Properties. It will include policies and procedures to guide employees conduct as well as indicate the legislative compliance from Growthpoint.

Confidentiality of Employee Information Agreement:

The confidentiality of employee information will be maintained at all times:

  • The employee’s right to privacy will be upheld and always respected.
  • All employee information will be maintained in alignment with the Protection of Personal Information Act, 4 of 2013
  • Checks will be conducted only where there is a reasonable and justifiable business requirement.

Disability Policy:

This policy serves as a guideline to promote equal opportunities and fair treatment for people with disabilities or those suffering from ill-health as prescribed by the Employment Equity Act (the Act). The objective is to assist the employer and employees to understand their rights, obligations, and the process to ensure fairness and consistency.

Disciplinary Policy:

This policy is intended to provide a guideline to employees in terms of what is deemed as unacceptable behaviour. This policy outlines a fair and equitable disciplinary code and procedure for all employees in compliance with current employment legislation. There is a documented level of offences used in alignment with this policy.

Breach of the Company’s Business Practice:

Growthpoint believes that it employs people who perform to the best of their ability and act in accordance with its philosophies. Any transgression of our practices will be dealt with on an individual basis, in the best interests of the company. If any of the company’s standards are breached, and such a breach requires formalised intervention, Growthpoint will, where appropriate and practical, intervene and act in accordance with the guidelines for fair procedure set out in the relevant policies and legislation.

Diversity and Inclusion Forum Constitution:

The Diversity and Inclusion Forum has been established to represent employees in matters which relate to Employment Equity and Skills Development. The purpose of the forum is to:

  • Facilitate the achievement of the Employment Equity and Growthpoint’s transformation agenda.
  • Create awareness and support the organisation’s initiatives in relation to transformation.
  • Promote the empowerment and advancement of designated groups.
  • Consult on matters related to Skills Development and Employment Equity in line with legislation.

Education Bursary Scheme Policy:

The focused educational opportunities available to employees to enable them to obtain qualifications necessary for career advancement within Growthpoint.

Employment Equity (EE) Statement:

Growthpoint is committed to creating a diverse and transformed working environment, which will provide equal opportunity to all its employees, whilst giving special consideration to employees from designated groups. Growthpoint will take steps to:

  • Promote equal opportunities in the workplace by eliminating unfair discrimination in all its employment policies and or practices;
  • and implement Affirmative Action (AA) measures, to redress imbalances in employment experienced by designated groups, to ensure their equitable representation in the workplace

Employee Risk Management Statement:

People are our most important asset and in order to comply properly with acceptable standards of corporate governance and international best practice, we continuously review our practices and ensure that employees comply with the required standards. Where necessary from a business perspective, the following checks will be conducted from time to time:

  • Verification of qualifications and experience
  • Credit checks.
  • Criminal record checks.
  • Potential conflict of interest.
  • Other checks as may be required.

Financial Assistance:

Set out the conditions under which Growthpoint may provide financial assistance to employees, which include, undue personal hardships. Situations of undue personal hardships are those that are unforeseen/unanticipated (emergency situations), which the employee could not have provided for and no other institution will provide for.

Flexible Working Policy:

Provide employees with the flexibility to work at their most productive time and to give balance to all aspects of employee’s lives. This policy will apply to employees who are eligible by the nature of their role, this means that their day-to-day job will not be affected negatively by the flexible working options detailed further in the policy.

Grievance Policy:

Growthpoint is committed to promoting effective working relationships and an environment in which employees feel comfortable to raise work-related grievances, without prejudice or victimisation. A grievance can be raised in the following instances:

  • When an employee has a matter affecting them as individuals in the course of their employment where they have concerns, problems, or complaints, or
  • When an employee has matters affecting their personal dealings or relationships with colleagues (junior or senior) which affect their work.

Remuneration Policy:

Growthpoint is committed to ensuring that its remuneration policy and philosophy are fair, responsible and aligned with all South African legislation as well as the “Equal Pay for Work of Equal Value” code of good practice. 

Job Grading, Payscale Guidelines and Process: 

The Paterson Grading System is used by Growthpoint to evaluate positions and classify them according to their relative significance. 

Benefits Statement:

We reward employees for the value they add through payment of an industry-competitive remuneration package, a variable performance reward and employee ownership in the form of share incentive scheme participation. Any additional benefits are granted in line with the Income Tax Act of 1962. These benefits include rewards for exceptional performance gifts, ongoing service awards, professional memberships and clothing allowances. 

Medical Aid:

The requirement for all permanent employees to become a member of one of the company’s medical aid schemes, unless an employee is entitled to medical benefits in terms of another scheme as a dependent and proof of such membership is provided annually.

Insider Information:

From time to time, employees may be privy to price-sensitive and unpublished information relating to the company and its clients. Trading on the basis of such information is prohibited.

Leave Policy:

Leave provisions for employees. The objective is to ensure that all staff are clearly informed of the procedures regarding eligibility for leave and the leave application process. Leave types specified are annual leave, sick leave, family responsibility leave, bereavement leave, maternity leave, adoption leave, paternity leave, study leave, religious leave, special leave, unpaid leave and disability leave.

Personal Relationship Policy:

This policy is intended to provide guidance in cases where personal relationships may exist or form between employees in the professional working environment. Boundaries between personal and business interactions are necessary to achieve a productive, comfortable and professional work environment. Growthpoint would like to encourage fair treatment and the avoidance of actual, potential or perceived favouritism, conflict of interest and opportunities for collusion in the event of personal relationships in the work environment. It is not the intention of Growthpoint to infringe on personal freedoms nor to intrude on the privacy of individuals.

Recruitment Policy:

Gives guidance to management on attracting the most suitable candidates to fill vacant positions. In addition, the policy aims to provide guidance on the recruitment of candidates so as to comply with the provisions of the Labour Relations Act No 66 of 1995 (as amended) and the requirements of the Employment Equity Act No 55 of 1998 (as amended).

Representing the Company:

All employees are required to represent the company to external persons and / or clients, you are expected to ensure that all information shared is not confidential and is factually correct

Retirement Policy:

This policy provides guidance on the group’s retirement (provident and pension) fund, early retirement benefits, the low-risk portfolio option, the staff incentive scheme, retirement counselling and financial planning in the event of retirement.

Serious illness insurance Policy:

Growthpoint provides cover to employees with serious illnesses such as cancer, kidney failure, and heart attacks The policy lays out the terms and conditions of this benefit.

Sexual Harassment Policy:

Highlight whether the conduct reported is sexual harassment using the definition set out in the Code of Good Practice on the handling of sexual harassment cases. Notice 1367 of 1998 in terms of Section 203(2) of the Labour Relations Act 66 of 1995. It further highlights the investigation process (in a confidential manner) and how a formal grievance can be laid.

Share dealings Policy:

Governs share dealings by directors and executive members and the imposition of closed periods. Prior clearance to deal is required from the Board Chairman and / or Group CEO. Deal disclosure is dealt with in terms of the Listing Requirements of the JSE Limited.

Social Media Policy:

This policy governs the use of social media by Growthpoint Properties Limited and all its subsidiaries or affected company’s employees, associates and contractors, in both a personal and professional capacity.

Substance abuse Policy:

Stipulates behaviour that constitutes a breach of company policy and a breach of an employee’s duty to act in good faith towards Growthpoint.

Travel Policies:

International Travel Policy

This policy sets out the travel and accommodation arrangements for Growthpoint employees or other authorised persons while away on international business travel.

Local Travel Policy

This policy sets out the travel and accommodation arrangements for Growthpoint employees or other authorised persons while away on local business travel. 


Information Technology:

Employees are required to comply with the company’s practice on issues relating to the legitimate use of computers, software, electronic information and networks. In the interests of supporting the availability, integrity and confidentiality of information systems and associated data, the company has established controls to protect its computing resources.

IT Governance Policy:

Our IT governance for stakeholders and, its principles, practices, processes and governance structures. The purpose of this policy is to embed IT governance as a subset of corporate governance within Growthpoint, to outline the scope, required effort and responsibility with regards to developing, implementing, and maintaining Growthpoint IT governance and to identify the commitment to the development and maintenance of Growthpoint IT governance.

IT Demand Management Policy:

Outline areas of responsibility for the management of IT demand. It

supports King IV requirements to oversee the adequacy and effectiveness of technology and information management with specific reference to assessing return on investment. It further ensures IT investment selection is aligned with business priorities and that all IT programmes and projects undertaken will deliver value to the business.

Information Management Policy:

The purpose of this policy is to provide a foundation for; and allocate responsibility for information management within Growthpoint. Additionally, this policy aims to:

  • Outline the benefits of effective and efficient information management.
  • Provide principles to assist with managing information.
  • Provide guidance and policy for information management within Growthpoint.
  • Define roles and responsibilities with regards to information management.

Information Security Policy:

The purpose of this policy is to outline Growthpoint Properties (Growthpoint) principles regarding information security management and ensure all parties are aware of their responsibilities with regards information security management within Growthpoint. This policy applies to all employees, functions and departments within Growthpoint, including Third Parties acting on behalf of Growthpoint. The policy serves to govern information security as part of responsible internal asset use and good governance within Growthpoint.

Acceptable Usage Policy:

This sets out employees’ obligations to safeguard Growthpoint’s competitive advantage and business continuity as well as to ensure the ongoing confidentiality, integrity, and availability of all

Growthpoint’s computer resources. All employees are bound by the terms and conditions of this policy. Compliance to this policy is mandatory.

Computer Usage:

Sets out employees’ obligations to safeguard Growthpoint’s competitive advantage, business continuity, and to ensure the ongoing confidentiality, integrity and availability of all Growthpoint’s computer resources.

Information Security Incident Response Policy:

This Policy ensures that information security incidents are appropriately and consistently responded to. When information security incidents (including cyber security incidents) are imminent or do occur, it is imperative to ensure they are dealt with in an effective and efficient manner, to limit and reduce their impact, whether financial, reputational, regulatory, legal, or otherwise.

Cyber Security Policy:

This policy ensures that Growthpoint IoT network is secured on various levels.

Business Continuity Management Policy: (Click to download)

The purpose of this policy is to formalise the Business Continuity Management (BCM) programme for Growthpoint Properties (GPP) and to provide guidelines for developing, maintaining, and exercising the Business Continuity Plans (BCPs) for all divisions/departments at Head Office, and the Regional Management Offices. It further ensures the establishment of basic principles and framework necessary to ensure emergency response, resumption and recovery, restoration and permanent recovery of the operations and business activities during a business interruption event.

Enterprise Architecture Policy:

The purpose of this policy is to embed enterprise architecture as a subset of IT governance within Growthpoint. It outlines the scope, required effort and responsibility with regards to developing, implementing and maintaining an enterprise architecture within Growthpoint. 

Additionally, this policy: 

  • Ensures that the enterprise architecture process in Growthpoint is adopted and deployed
  • Defines the roles and responsibilities of enterprise architecture in Growthpoint
  • Ensures that the enterprise architecture is optimised such that it meets Growthpoint’s business requirements.
  • Provides a set of enterprise architecture principles for enterprise architecture decisions
  • Ensure compliance with Growthpoint Enterprise Architecture
  • Reduce the risk profile of Growthpoint Enterprise Architecture.

Data Governance Policy:

The purpose of this policy is to provide a foundation for data governance within Growthpoint. 

Additionally, this policy aims to: 

  • Outline the benefits of effective and efficient data governance
  • Provide principles to assist with making data governance decisions
  • Provide guidance and policy for data governance within Growthpoint
  • Stipulate the required processes and procedures for data governance within Growthpoint
  • Maintain the quality of data such that it supports Growthpoint’s business requirements
  • Allocate responsibility for data governance within Growthpoint.


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