DTI Grants

DTI Grants for existing and start-up companies

DTI Grants for existing and start-up companies has reached over Two Billion Rand.

DTI grants

The DTI has made over two billion Rand available. The DTI grants assist businesses to become competitive in their industry. There are lots of DTI grants for businesses in all sectors. The government of South Africa is playing an important role to help businesses maintain a strong economy. It also has committed to making funds available for sustainable projects.

The DTI provides financial support to companies that qualify for DTI grants. Financial support is offered for various economic activities. This includes manufacturing, business competitiveness, export development and market access. There is also a DTI grant for foreign direct investment. The purpose and focus of the DTI is to create opportunities for businesses to grow. Expanding operations of a business would have the benefit of employment in sectors that are important. Each funding and incentive scheme have their own requirements. Contact us for assistance with DTI Funding and DTI Incentives.

14 thoughts on “DTI Grants for existing and start-up companies

  1. Mkabayi Trading and Projects pty ltd

    What is the turn around time for grant application.

    The are agents who claim to be working with the DTI fund. Are they legit.

  2. Buselaphi Faith Maredi

    I would like to know how to access the grant, I have just registered a Private Company and I want to do construction business and garden maintenance, so I am in a process of combining all required documents, for example, business plan,tax clearance certificate,BBBEE certificate, so I am desperately need a grant for my business, in order to sustain and help the youth in assisting them to find jobs.

  3. Peter Wright

    Secprop Leisure is in the process of completing the raising of equity and debt funding for the development of a 240 bed resort in the Kruger Park.

    At present the equity is held 53% by the Malelane Safari Resort Kruger Park Community Trust and 20% by a local BEE business. The furue equity shareholding will include a foreign direct investment amounting to about R27 million from Carlson Rezidor Hotels and the Danish Development Fund for Africa (IFU).

    The project has taken 5.5 years to date and Secprop Leisure, in the capacity of Promoter, has borne all time costs and direct expenses to date, without compensation.

    Secprop Lesiure consists of the professional expertise on the father and son team, Pete And Michael Wright. As a SME business, the strain on our resources brought about by this project has been enormous and we therefore wish to enquire whether there is any form of grant available for work of this kind for start-up businesses.

  4. mokete daniel radebe

    we really need a financial support as to compete within the industry and to reduce poverty and stabilize economy

  5. Bryant

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  6. ANNASTACIA MAKOBANE

    Good day, I would like to get funding on steel fabrication sector. We are unable to access the market cause we don’t have existing workshop. Our business is based in Witbank, Mpumalanga Province. Our target market is all power stations and coal mines.

  7. Lucky Phineas Ramosa Tshukudu

    I started manufacturing Jabulani Homemade Atchaar in 2003. Last year in February I was approached by Shoprite/Checkers group to manufacture for them under the Monate Brand. I had to refurbish my old shop which I decided to use as the factory. It had to meet and comply with the Global Food Supply Initiative requirements which the Shoprite group use in their food safety standards. I am waiting for the final audit in two weeks time. I already have a dummy order from them just to give me an idea. I honestly do not have the funds to process even a single order. I am expected to manufacture at least 36 tons of Atchaar every second week. One such delivery will cost about R 650 000.00. They will pay me 30 days from invoice date. This means I must have enough manufacturing cost to cover me for at least one and a half months. How can you help me. I don’t want to lose this opportunity. At the moment I am employing 9 guys but once we start with the real production I will gradually increase them to 35. Please please give me some advice on how to get some of the grants. I am in Tlhabane Rustenburg Thank you.

  8. martha phago

    Hi!
    I have a registered company and would like to start a manufacturing company steel fabricated materials for various mines in the Limpopo and north west provinces.

    Your urgent response of what stages to follow and access grants will be highly appreciated.
    Regards
    Martha

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