Resources for Businesses in South Africa – Covid 19 Finance Relief Application form

Here is something that might be of use to Entrepreneurs in South Africa. It the COVID-19 Finance Relief Application Form.


Businesses which are negatively affected directly or indirectly coma due to the Coronavirus pandemic

The business must have been registered with CIPC by at least 28 February 2020

Company must be 100-percent owned by South African citizens

Employees must be 70% South Africans

Priority will be given to businesses owned by women youth and people with disabilities

You registered and compliant with SARS and UIF

SEDA will assist micro-enterprises to comply and request for assistance must be emailed to

Where Small and medium enterprises must ensure own compliance

Registration on the national SME database –

Prove that the business is negatively affected by covid 19 pandemic

Complete the simplified online application platform

Company statutory documents

FICA documents for example municipal accounts, letter from traditional authority

Certified ID copies of directors

Three months bank statements

Latest annual financial statements or latest management accounts not older than 3 months from date of application, where applicable

Business profile

Six months cash flow projections where applicable

Copy of lease agreement or proof of ownership if applying for a rental relief
if applying for payroll relief, details of employees as registered with uif and including banking details will be required as payments will be made directly to employees

SMME employers who are not compliant with uif must register before applying for relief

Facility statements of other funders

Detailed breakdown on application of funds including salaries rent etc

Register on
Complete online application form
Upload required supporting documents

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