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enyi recognises its moral and legal responsibility with regard to human exploitations and will always endeavour to ensure that no such activities arise in the operation of its business.  We expect all areas of our business and all suppliers to comply with internationally recognised codes of practice on human rights, employment practices and working conditions.  For certain procurement categories, we undertake further reviews to assess suppliers.

This statement outlines the steps we have taken as a business to identify and prevent human exploitation in our own operations and supply chains. We understand our responsibilities.


Code of Conduct 

The Code of Conduct and Global Sourcing Principles establish the standards for suppliers.  We expect suppliers to comply with internationally recognised codes of practice on Human Rights, employment practices and working conditions.  These specifically require suppliers to achieve and maintain standards in relation to the following:

  • No child labour;
  • No forced labour;
  • ensuring safety; health and hygiene at the work place
  • No discrimination and coercion;
  • Legal working hours and fair wages;
  • protection of the environment.



Our supply chains are based mainly throughout Africa and include suppliers of direct materials. enyi will not knowingly do business with parties who violate applicable laws and regulations, including local, environmental and employment laws.

  • Unless a higher standard is applied, suppliers of our branded products are required to agree, as a condition of doing business with enyi, that enyi’s standard conditions of purchase for goods and services  (which contain our Ethical Dealing Principles) will apply.  Our Ethical Dealing Principles require suppliers to be compliant with international conventions in relation to forced labour; freedom of association; right to organise and collective bargaining; equal remuneration; abolition of forced labour; discrimination; minimum age and child labour