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URLTypeFromToSummary Small Enterprise Development Agency (Seda) is an agency of the Department of Small Business Development. Seda was established in December 2004, through the National Small Business Amendment Act, Act 29 of 2004.<br/><br/>It is mandated to implement government���s small business strategy; design and implement a standard and common national delivery network for small enterprise development; and integrate government-funded small enterprise support agencies across all tiers of government.<br/><br/>Seda���s mission is to develop, support and promote small enterprises throughout the country, ensuring their growth and sustainability in co���ordination and partnership with various role players, including global partners, who make international best practices available to local entrepreneurs. does StartMe work?<br/><br/>Anyone, in South Africa can create an online project explaining the details of the proposal and what they plan to achieve with the money they raise. The project will include 2 important sections:<br/><br/>The Target ��� the total amount of money they wish to raise for their project. <br/><br/>The Incentives ��� the benefits that people who donate to a project get in return for their donation Project founders then promote their project to potential funders. Funders then invest money in the project and over a period of time (90 days is the maximum time available to raise the funding required) the funds accumulate until the target is reached. Funding is interested in funding��entrepreneurs, small and medium enterprises and family businesses during the high growth phases when working capital and expansion capital are most needed. If your business is going through the growing pains and cash flow constraints that are normally associated with high growth businesses, you are at the right place. business funding solutions cater for start-ups and existing small, medium and micro enterprises (SMEs) with working capital or expansion finance needs. Access any one of our Enterprise Development Centres around the country and get all the business development support that���s appropriate to your needs.���s Jumpstarter?:<br/>Jumpstarter is a new way to fund creative projects for individuals, charities and businesses.:<br/>:<br/>We believe that:<br/>��� A good idea, communicated well, can spread fast and wide.:<br/>��� A large group of people can be a tremendous source of money and encouragement.:<br/>:<br/>Jumpstarter is powered by a unique 100%-or-nothing funding method where projects must be fully-funded or no money changes hands. single biggest challenge facing small to medium enterprises in South Africa today is accessing the funding they need to help them capitalise on the growth opportunities that present themselves. <br/> Our business loans are quick (we require very little paperwork), convenient weekly repayments make it easy to manage your cash flow and based on the strength and consistency of your business as well as your average monthly sales. Don���t let growth opportunities pass you by, follow our easy application process today and let us help you pollenate your business.<br/>At Pollen, we charge you a fixed once-off interest charge of 25% of the capital amount loaned to your business. There are no other hidden fees or interest. For example, if your business borrows R100 000, your once-off flat interest charge would be R25 000. <br/> Loans are repayable over a standard period of 26 weeks, with the outstanding loan amount and upfront interest charge repaid in weekly debit order instalments. This p Enterprise Finance Agency<br/>Small Enterprise Finance Agency (SOC) Ltd commonly known as sefa was established on 1st April 2012 as a result of the merger of South African Micro Apex Fund, Khula Enterprise Finance Ltd and the small business activities of IDC.<br/><br/>sefa's mandate is to foster the establishment, survival and growth of SMMEs and contribute towards poverty alleviation and job creation. sefa has a regional footprint of 9 offices around the country.<br/><br/>Manufacturing mining equipment at Amazwi Power ProductsManufacturing mining equipment at Amazwi Power Products<br/><br/>The primary driving force of commercially sustainable industrial development and innovation in South Africa and the rest of the African continent. Finance<br/><br/>You want to grow your business, but your cash flow is under pressure. Speak to us.<br/><br/>CapX Finance understands that cash flow is the lifeblood of every business. Without a positive cash flow, it is impossible to grow your business.<br/><br/>We also understand that many cash flow problems are the result of adverse credit terms. These are dictated by larger businesses. The smaller you are, the less chance you have of negotiating good credit terms with your larger suppliers or your larger clients.<br/><br/>We can resolve these problems by injecting working capital into your business.<br/><br/>At CapX Finance we make quick decisions and use simple documentation which you will understand ��� no small print and no hidden costs. We do business all over South Africa and Namibia.<br/><br/>Established since 1999, CapX Finance is a leading business financier in Southern Africa. We offer a range of financial products to provide working capital and to stimulate business Black Umbrellas was first conceived as the Black Umbrellas, a project spearheaded by Cape Town social entrepreneurs Charles Maisel and Mark Frankel to support SMMEs.<br/><br/>In 2009 the Shanduka Foundation (now Cyril Ramaphosa Foundation) partnered with Black Umbrellas to escalate the project countrywide with R5.2 million invested in the set up and operations of a Gauteng office.<br/><br/>Cyril Ramaphosa, Chairperson of the Cyril Ramaphosa Foundation, is deeply committed to the vision of Shanduka Black Umbrellas as a catalyst in the development of entrepreneurs, a sector he has identified as critical to the empowerment of historically marginalised South Africans.<br/><br/>Shareholding in the Shanduka Group is held in two trusts: The Fundani Education Trust and the Mabindu Business Development Trust, the latter of which supports Shanduka Black Umbrellas.<br/><br/>