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Entrepreneurship Promotion “Role of Government and its Agencies” 21 October 2010. Presented By: Kaybee Motlhoioa Executive Manager : Corporate Services. South Africa at a glance. 1. Key Economic Sectors: Mining services, Transport, Energy, Manufacturing, Tourism and Agriculture
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“Role of Government and its Agencies”
21 October 2010
Executive Manager : Corporate Services
Mining services, Transport, Energy, Manufacturing, Tourism and Agriculture
49,32 million (mid-year estimates for 2009 – Statistics South Africa)
three-tier (local, Provincial and Nationa) democracy
at all levels,
support the Development of Entrepreneurship
To create an enabling environment for the promotion and development of entrepreneurship
promotion of entrepreneurship
Strategic Pillar 1:
Strategic Pillar 2:
Strategic Pillar 3:
Creating demand for small enterprise products and services
for financial and
non-financial support services
Reduce small enterprise regulatory constraints
Small Enterprise Development Agency (seda) was established in December 2004, through National Small Business Amendment Act, 29, 2004.
seda was formed through the merger of Ntsika Enterprise Promotion Agency, the National Manufacturing Advisory Centres (NAMAC) as well as the Community Public Private Partnership Programme (CPPP). Godisa incubation programme, technology transfer programme, and the SA Quality Institute were later incorporated into Seda as a ringfenced programme viz Seda Technology Programme (sTP)
to develop, support and promote small enterprises to ensure their growth and sustainability
in coordination and partnership with other role-players
2008/9 – 2010/11
PROVINCIAL SEDA OFFICE
50 Enterprise Information Centres
BUSUNESS DEVELOPMENT SUPPOR DRIVERS
Pool of external experts to increase internal capacity
Generic and customisedprogrammes
Shared service administration processes for the network
Client registration and tracking system
Established network infrastructure
sTP is made up of the following:-
Community Public Private Partnerships (CPPP)
Design and implement a standard and common national delivery network that must uniformly apply throughout the Republic in respect of small enterprise development, integrating all government funded small enterprise support agencies across all tiers of government
Section 10 of Act 29 of 2004
Seda integrating/coordinating activities of all support agencies at all levels of Government as well as collaboration with the private sector
The Department of Trade & Industry (the dti) together with the World Bank is currently piloting an Impact Evaluation in one province (Western Cape)
Through randomized sampling, track control and treatment groups on an annual basis.
The study is to be replicated nationally in 2010/11.
Questions & Answers