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The South African government funding institutions are focused on providing funding for business ventures that can make a difference to the country's economy.


Department of Trade and Industry and Competition (DTIC)

The DTI provides R 11.1 billion in 2024 to qualifying businesses from a range of sectors.

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KZN Growth Fund

Investment in infrastructure to promote economic development within the KZN Province.


Small Enterprise Finance Agency (SEFA)

This fund has access to

R2.4 billion in funding given by IDC and the Government for South African small businesses over the next three years.


Industrial Development Corporation (IDC)

There has over R 20 billion available offering financial support to start-up businesses needing capital for equipment, working capital and buildings. It also funds business expansion.

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Land Bank

Offers a wide range of loans and has R 3.5 billion available for all financial needs like buying land, equipment and working capital for agricultural projects.


Technology Innovation Agency (TIA)

The goal is to increase the quality of life of all South Africans by developing and exploiting technological innovations.


KFW Development Bank

The German Development Bank will also support companies in developing countries.


National Empowerment Fund (NEF) 

The aim of this organisation is to support B-BBEE and previously disadvantaged individuals and communities. It offers finance for startups and expansion.


Please contact us to see which of these funds your business will qualify for and if we can assist you with your bankable business plan. Or, fill out our basic questionnaire to get the process started.

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