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Sibayeni Small Business Incubation Centre is helping 36 businesses grow.
It provides the following services to these small businesses:
Business training 101
- Potential investment opportunities
It operates in Mpumalanga and Gauteng.
The big break Sibayeni Small Business Incubation Centre needs:
Two vertical farming stands, a herb drier and grinder, and 1000 or more herb bottles.
30 wool rolls and 10 needles for knitting.
- 10 sewing machines, five overlockers and 100 metres of material.
These supplies will support about 15 small businesses for the next three to four months, after which sales will sustain them.
Can you help?
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