10 List of Funding Institutions for Entrepreneurs

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.

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.

The National Empowerment Fund (NEF), a government agency mandated to grow black economic empowerment, recently launched their Enterprises.

The National Youth Development Agency (NYDA) is a South African-based agency established primarily to tackle challenges that the nation’s youth are faced with.

A dynamic industrial, globally competitive South African economy, characterised by inclusive growth and development, decent employment and equity, built on the full potential of all citizens.

Business loans from Genfin are customised to suit your unique funding requirements. Our uncomplicated application procedure will ensure that the pay-out of your loan happens on the right terms and in time. Our easy application process is what distinguishes us from all banks and loan companies.

We’re using entrepreneurship to build the world we all want to live in…a fair world, in which every entrepreneur has the opportunity to realise their potential.

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Connecting South African Entrepreneurs and Angel Investors.

Mettle Merchant Finance is a joint venture between financial services companies Combined Finance Holdings and Mettle – a subsidiary of JSE-listed company Tradehold Ltd.

StartMe is a South African crowdfunding platform where entrepreneurs, artists, causes and others who want to raise money can create fundraising projects to tell their story and get the word out. StartMe is also a place to discover what people all over South Africa are passionate about and how to get involved.