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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.
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