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Young Entrepreneurs


Applicants must be 1st year university and have a 70% overall academic average. Once applicants are successful, they are on boarded as Candidate Allan Gray Fellows.


APPLY TO THE SAB FOUNDATION THOLOANA ENTERPRISE PROGRAMME! Applications open once a year, with about 60 new entrepreneurs who show the most potential and commitment, selected to take part.


Applications for the '1000 Youth-Owned Enterprises in a 100 days' Presidential Intervention have been reopen!  To apply, send an email to your closest NYDA Branch. Details are available, here...


As a young entrepreneur you might lack business experience but being young has its advantages. The National Youth Development Agency (NYDA) grant programme for example, is only available to youth between the ages of 18 and 35.


One of the many questions that usually pop up when entrepreneurship is discussed is whether entrepreneurs are born or made. Like most things in life there is no simple answer, but our experience of working with entrepreneurs has given us a few insights into this debate.


The department calls on organised agriculture, including small holder and commercial farmers, entrepreneurs, previously disadvantaged individuals (youth, women and people with disabilities), traditional leaders, schools, churches, and cooperatives in the North West to apply for funding for the 2020/21 financial year. 


Good news for all young entrepreneurs! Competition TIME! Entrepreneurs should submit their business ideas between Thursday, 18 April – Sunday, 19 May 2019. 


For 2018, NYDA is expecting an even greater number of young people to participate in the #SAYA2018. In line with the Youth Month the theme which is Be The Legacy


Fake event organisers and con artists should refrain from misleading the public using the government’s name, Small Business Development Minister Lindiwe Zulu has warned.


Whether you own your own business or are an aspiring environmental entrepreneur, listen up. 

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