Welcome to the National Empowerment Fund’s SMME Entrepreneurship Training page!
We are glad that you are interested in the programme and have taken the time to visit the page to find out more about the programme. Being an entrepreneur is possibly one of the most difficult and most rewarding ventures one can embark on. We, as the NEF understand and empathise with the struggles and sacrifices that entrepreneurs make on daily basis.
As part of our mandate as the NEF, we offer financial and non-financial support to black entrepreneurs in South Africa. It is our aim to support and develop black businesses from all corners of South Africa, especially in rural, peri-urban and in townships. It is in our best interest to ensure that you as an entrepreneur grow and take your business to the next level in order to grow the South African economy.
The Pre-Investment Business Unit is offering a comprehensive SMME Entrepreneurship Training programme through its
implementation partner, Mint Fresh Advisory Services. This integrated programme consists of business and finance modules and includes personal mastery to personally develop you as the entrepreneur. The training is a comprehensive 10 week programme, attending two days a week. Part of the benefit of attending the training programme is the ability to pitch for funding to the NEF and other funders at the end of the programme.
The training is offered at no charge to you, the entrepreneur. If you are willing and able to commit to 10 weeks to invest in yourself and your business, please click the button below to register.
Details of dates and venues of the training programme will be communicated to those who have been selected.
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Established by the National Empowerment Fund Act No 105 of 1998 (NEF Act), the National Empowerment Fund (the NEF) is a driver and thought-leader in promoting and facilitating black economic participation by providing financial and non-financial support to black empowered businesses, and by promoting a culture of savings and investment among black people. The operations of the NEF are governed by the Public Finance Management Act No 1 of 1991 (PFMA), including the National Treasury Regulations, the King III Report on Governance for South Africa and the Protocol on Corporate Governance in the Public Sector, 2002.
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