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Banking Details:
Account Holder:    Siyazisiza Trust
Bank:                      Nedbank
Branch Code:        198 405
Account Number: 1019655666

Tax benefits to donors in terms of Section 18 A

SiyazisizaTrust is a non-profit organisation and qualify as a Public Benefit Organisation (PBO) in terms of Section 30 of the Income Tax Act.

The Trust has been approved for purposes of Section 18A (I)(a) of the Act and donations to the organization are tax deductible in the hands of donors in terms of and subject to the limitations prescribed in Section 18A of the Act.

Donations that qualify for Section 18a receipts:

Financial donations:

  • In cash
  • By cheque
  • By direct deposit
  • By EFT
  • By donating via our website

Donations in Kind:

  • Project equipment and materials
    – Fencing
    – Irrigation equipment
    – Gardening tools
    – Chicks and feed
    – Seedlings
    – Craft training material
  • Field Vehicles

The revised codes of good practice encourage companies to help previously disadvantaged South African citizens gain sustainable access to the economy and contribute towards the development of black-owned small businesses and their access to the market. By partnering with the Siyazisiza Trust – a level 1 B-BBEE contributor with a 100% black beneficiary profile – your clients have an opportunity to maximize their B-BBEE points on four of the five compulsory B-BBEE scorecard elements:

Enterprise and Supplier Development (ESD) and Socio-Economic Development (SED):

By donating towards the Trust’s craft and agriculture initiatives, companies have an opportunity to earn the full allocation of points for Enterprise and Supplier Development (15 points), and Socio-Economic Development (5 points), which are also considered compulsory elements on the revised B-BBEE score-card.

Skills Development:

The revised codes of good practice also offer companies the opportunity to maximize their points for skills development. Companies who might find it difficult to achieve the skills’ development spend target – currently set at 6 percent of payroll – can now increase their score by funding the Siyazisiza Trust’s skills development programmes for rural craft and agricultural producers or the Siyazisiza Trust’s own black employees.


Companies can also improve their black ownership status by offering the Siyazisiza Trust a percentage of shares for which funding will be received in the form of dividends.

B-BBEE Level One Recognition Certificate

For more information, please contact our fundraising department. Alternatively, you can make your contribution directly via our donate page.

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