The South African business environment has been rocked by the disruption caused by the COVID-19 lockdown. This has severely impacted the cashflows of a number of high-growth businesses who were just getting into their stride in 2020.
A number of private and public sector support initiatives have subsequently been made available to assist these businesses and reduce the impact of the lockdown.
On Friday 3 April 2020, the Uzenzele team joined financial journalist Jessica Hubbard to talk about the options that are available to businesses and they can ensure that they are in a position to apply for some of this relief funding.
We take the participants through some of the current funding vehicles available and identify what they need to do to apply for this funding.
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About Uzenzele Holdings
Founded by sisters Zahra and Nadia Rawjee in 2010, Uzenzele Holdings (UH) is a niche consulting firm with over 60 years of combined experience in business development capital raising and accessing governmental funding.
We provide specialist advice and facilitate access to grants, incentives and loans. We partner with growing companies (our clients) to access developmental funding available from local and international development funding institutions (DFIs), non-traditional financiers and commercial banks, focused on growth in South Africa and other selective African countries.