Covid-19 – SMEs

 

The disruption brought on by the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) has left many small-and-medium enterprises (SMEs) across the world uncertain about their future.    It is against this backdrop that President Ramaphosa’s announcement of R1 billion funding from the Rupert Family and Remgro Limited resulted in cautious hope amongst many SMEs across the country.

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Welcome to Business Partners Limited (BUSINESS/PARTNERS). We’re one of the leading business loan and equity providers for viable small to medium businesses in the world. We provide loan finance ranging from R500 000 to R50 million to all business owners who have a viable formal business and require finance for expansion, working capital, equipment, takeovers, property, franchises or management buy-outs. 
Business partners – “Corona” – small businesses – Rupert

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This article unpacks the concept of B-BBEE and looks at how a business’s B-BBEE status is measured using B-BBEE scorecards.
B-BBEE – BEE – AA – – Scorecards – Swart bemagtiging

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Business Partners Limited (BUSINESS/PARTNERS) – one of Africa’s leading risk finance companies for SMEs – has been selected as the Administrator of the R1 billion funding.

Arnold February, Regional Investment Manager at Business Partners discusses the details of the Funding. He addresses the criteria, repayment terms and how to apply for the finance.

Webinar Host: Sakkie Stoltz, ROCCI Executive

Webinar hosted by ROCCI (Roodepoort Chamber of Commerce & Industry) and RCCI (Randburg Chamber of Commerce & Industry).

Business Partners Sukuma Relief Program Application

Centre: https://finance.businesspartners.co.za/

https://rcci.co.za/business-partners-and-rupert-funding-opportunities-for-members/

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Business Partners

​In 1981 the Small Business Development Corporation Ltd (SBDC) was established, with both the public and private sectors having equal shareholding. The main role of the SBDC was to provide investment capital and business support to small, medium and micro enterprises (SMMEs). These beneficiary businesses could be a start-up, in the process of expansion, or one without access to capital markets. In short, the SBDC backed potential.

https://www.businesspartners.co.za/en-za/about/our-history

https://www.businesspartners.co.za/en-za/home?_ga=2.18499129.1203962573.1586887727-135646936.1585573532

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The disruption brought on by the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) has left many small-and-medium enterprises (SMEs) across the world uncertain about their future. It is against this backdrop that President Ramaphosa’s announcement of R1 billion funding from the Rupert Family and Remgro Limited resulted in cautious hope amongst many SMEs across the country. Business Partners Limited (BUSINESS/PARTNERS) – one of Africa’s leading risk finance companies for SMEs – has been selected as the Administrator of the R1 billion funding. Arnold February, Regional Investment Manager at Business Partners discusses the details of the Funding. He addresses the criteria, repayment terms and how to apply for the finance. Webinar Host: Sakkie Stoltz, ROCCI Executive Webinar hosted by ROCCI (Roodepoort Chamber of Commerce & Industry) and RCCI (Randburg Chamber of Commerce & Industry).

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https://www.fundinghub.co.za/covid19-resources

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http://www.bizportal.gov.za/essential_service.aspx

“PARTNER”

The B-BBEE Commission was established by Section 13B of B-BBEE Act 46 of 2013 and has jurisdiction throughout the South Africa. It must be impartial and perform our functions without fear, favour or prejudice, in the most cost-effective manner and in accordance with the values and principles mentioned in section 195 of the Constitution. In terms of Section 13E, the Commission is financed from money that is appropriated by Parliament for the B-BBEE Commission, and money lawfully received from any other source.

The functions of the Commission are:

  • To oversee, supervise and promote adherence to the Act in the interest of the public;
  • To strengthen and foster collaboration between the public and private sector in order to promote and safeguard the objectives of broad-based black economic empowerment;
  • To receive complaints relating to broad-based black economic empowerment in accordance with the Act;
  • To investigate, either on its own initiative or in response to complaints received, any matter concerning broad-based black economic empowerment;
  • To promote advocacy; access to opportunities and educational programmes and initiatives of broad-based black economic empowerment;
  • To maintain a register of major broad-based black economic empowerment transactions, above a threshold determined by the Minister in the Gazette;
  • To receive and analyse such reports as may be prescribed concerning broad-based economic empowerment compliance from organs of state, public entities and private sector enterprises;
  • To promote good governance and accountability by creating an effective environment for the promotion and implementation of broad-based black economic empowerment;
  • To exercise such other powers which are not in conflict with the Act as may be conferred on the B-BBEE Commission in writing by the Minister; and
  • Increase knowledge of the nature and dynamics and promote public awareness of matters relating to broad-based black economic empowerment by implementing education and awareness measures, providing guidance to the public and conducting research on matters relating to its mandate and activities.

http://www.bizportal.gov.za/partners.aspx

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Welcome to Business Partners Limited (BUSINESS/PARTNERS). We’re one of the leading business loan and equity providers for viable small to medium businesses in the world. We provide loan finance ranging from R500 000 to R50 million to all business owners who have a viable formal business and require finance for expansion, working capital, equipment, takeovers, property, franchises or management buy-outs. 

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