NGO's & NPO's

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Abraham Kriel Childcare
Address: Cnr Marais & Kamp Street, Paarlshoop, Johannesburg, Gauteng
2092
Short Business Description: Abraham Kriel Childcare (AKC) is a registered NPO providing childcare in the greater Johannesburg and East Rand in Gauteng. Our passion is to ensure the optimal development of traumatised children in need of care. AKC provides both residential care and community services and focuses on providing shelter, care and rehabilitation for children between the ages of birth and 18 years old, who have been subjected to trauma, abuse, molestation, poverty and neglect. Currently AKC operates 21 (incl. baby unit) houses for children and carries out 6 community care programmes that provide food, shelter, pastoral care, remedial care, social services, skills development services and early childhood development.

Core Focus: Skills development, Support for youth, Early childhood development
Business Website Address: www.abrahamkriel.org
Business Phone Number: 011 839 3058
Address: 1 Park Road Westdene Bloemfontein, Free State South Africa
9300
Short Business Description: Afrika Mayibuye Entrepreneurship Hub Accelerator is a Non-Profit Company (2016/114890/08) that works to promote youth entrepreneurship in the FS and NC. A Specialist ED and Organisational Development Accelerator that aims to create effective entrepreneurship ecosystems in which SMEs’s, organizations and Cooperatives will flourish as well as to become powerful impact businesses and organizations.

Core Focus: Entrepreneurship Development and Organisational Development Accelerator.
Business Phone Number: 078 411 3205
Border Kei Foundation
Address: Chamber House, The Hub, Bonza Bay Road, Beacon Bay, Eastern Cape
Short Business Description: Founded in 1877, the Border-Kei Chamber of Business (BKCOB) is the recognised “Voice of Business” in the region, working to create an enabling environment for economic activity and a platform for business to flourish. Headquartered in East London/Buffalo City with offices in Queenstown, the Border-Kei Chamber of Business is a not-for-profit, a-political, a-religious, membership based organisation which counts over 700 businesses as members in good standing representing the private sector, thought leaders and academic institutions from a wide array of sectors. Core Focus: Economic and business development
Business Website Address: http://www.bkcob.co.za
Business Phone Number: 043 743 8438
Branson Centre of Entrepreneurship
Address: 1st floor, Mvelelo House 19 Melle Street, Braamfontein, Johannesburg, Gauteng
2001
Short Business Description: The Branson Centre of Entrepreneurship South Africa was founded by Richard Branson in 2010 and is an initiative of Virgin Unite, the Entrepreneur non-profit foundation of the Virgin Group and the Branson Family. The Branson Centre focuses on providing aspiring entrepreneurs who have started a business with the skills, support, opportunities and inspiration they need to take their business to the next level. Core Focus: Development and Access to market
Business Website Address: http://www.bransoncentre.org
Business Phone Number: 011 403 0622
Ekukhanyeni Relief Project
Address: PO Box 31121 Kyalami South Africa
1684
Short Business Description: Ekukhanyeni – Home of Light and Hope – is a non-governmental, not-for-profit organization that focuses on community upliftment in two poverty stricken informal settlements close to Johannesburg, South Africa. In partnership with the local communities, this project supports some vulnerable children by creating self-sustaining communities through its green and holistic design approach to community development. Through its numerous sustainable technologies and lifestyles education, Ekukhanyeni is helping the adults in these impoverished zones to achieve (and sustain) food and nutrition security alongside providing effective early childhood care in ways which do not negatively affect natural resources and benefits human attitudinal and cultural systems in a positive manner. Core Focus: Skills and development, Community upliftment, food and nutrition security, and early childhood care.
Business Website Address: http://www.ekukhanyeni.org
Business Phone Number: 011 026 6867
Galeshewe SMME HUB
Address: Corner Tyala and Hulana
Kimberley
Northern Cape
Short Business Description: Business incubators are programs designed to support the successful development of entrepreneurial companies through an array of business support resources and services. Sol Plaatje Municipality (SPM) has funded the construction of the SMME Village incubator in Galeshewe, Kimberley, in alignment with the municipality’s Integrated Development Plan. The incubator aims to provide incubates with relevant business support, mentorship and training to reduce the risk of your business failing. Core Focus: Business Incubation, Infrastructure
Business Phone Number: 087 301 5251
Grow Leadership Academy
Address: 66 Tarentaal road, Bridgetown
Cape Town, Western Cape
7764
Short Business Description: We are passionate about empowering the young in our communities. We provide them with vast opportunities through practical learning. Our objective is to equip them with the necessary skills that will aid them into stepping into their career path. The GLA is active at three hubs. RLabs Bridetown HQ, Youth Cafe Rocklands and RLab Iringa Tanzania. Core Focus: Training, Skills and development.
Business Website Address: http://www.grow.org.za
Business Phone Number: 021 699 1453
Hope Factory
Address: SAICA 17 Fricker Road Illovo
Gauteng
2196
Short Business Description: The Hope Factory forms part of the Nation Building division of the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA). We are a reputable Enterprise and Supplier Development Non-Profit company founded in 2001. The Hope Factory offers holistic and strategic mentorship to equip businesses and individuals to achieve financial sustainability. In doing this, we aim to support socially responsible economic growth and job creation. Our comprehensive model, with impactful programmes, offers development for both formal and informal businesses. The foundation for all our development programmes is mentorship. Mentorship is supported by a range of programme services. Core Focus: Enterprise Development
Business Website Address: http://www.thehopefactory.co.za
Business Phone Number: 011 479 0638
Address: Tompi Seleka College of Agriculture Woman Extension, Stand No 1. Marble Hall
Limpopo
0450
Short Business Description: Mapfura-Makhura Incubator was established and registered in 2006 as a non-profit organisation based in Tompi Seleka Agricultural Training Centre. The incubator is sponsored by Seda Technology Programme and Limpopo Department of Agriculture. The target markets for the incubator are emerging farmers producing sunflower and soya bean required for biodiesel production and SMMEs producing bio-fuels and edible vegetable oil. The incubator is currently supporting 270 incubatees in Limpopo Province. Incubatees receive training on crop production, business skills and biodiesel production and oil press. The mandate of the incubator is to build up biofuelling SMMEs through its incubation programme. Core Focus: Poverty alleviation, Job creation through farming and Developing SMME’s into sustainable businesses
Business Website Address: http://www.biodieselmmi.org.za
Business Phone Number: 013 268 9335
Address: Kragbron Street Canary Walk Business Park Nelspruit Mpumalanga, South Africa
1200
Short Business Description: MASDT was established in 2005 as a Training Service Provider in the Agriculture Sector in Mpumalanga, South Africa, but changed to a Non Profit Company (NPC), incorporated in terms of Section 21 of the Companies Act in 2007. The organization has diversified from merely a training providing institution to become a “One Stop Centre” for Small and Medium Entrepreneurs (SME’s) in the Agricultural Sector. MASDT provides a comprehensive and integrated range of support services in agriculture to emerging farmers located in often remote rural areas. MASDT aims to develop emerging farmers over a three year incubation period to the point where they can sustainably generate both income and employment from their agricultural businesses. MASDT is mobile; instead of expecting the rural poor to travel to education centres in towns and cities, MASDT brings the training as well as support services to the farm gates. In this way, MASDT creates space for practical learning on the emerging farmers’ land. “We take our own private further education and training (FET) college to the rural areas so that the emerging farmers can continue with production while on the formal learning program” (L Bezuidenhout: MASDT CEO; 2013). Core Focus: Agriculture and Incubation
Business Website Address: http://www.masdt.co.za
Business Phone Number: 013 753 2470