Funding has been made available by the government for all SMMEs that are facing challenges as the world is faced with the coronavirus pandemic. Small to Medium business owners are advised to no go register for this funding.
A website has been created that specifically deals with these registration. As for Monday http://www.smmesa.gov.za has started with accepting registration made by business owners.
Below you can download the covid finance relief application form:
In order to apply for the SMME debt relief and the SMME business growth resilience facility form click on the link below as these application forms are submitted online
Click Here: http://www.smmesa.gov.za
before applying make sure that you have all the necessary information and documents that will help you to successfully submit your application, such as your personal information along with your business information and documentation.
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