Corporate Social Investment
 

Economic development

We support income generating projectsWe support income generating
projects

Micro or survivalist enterprise development is equally important for the IDC in supporting poverty alleviation initiatives.

We support innovative models for grass-roots projects resulting in self-sustenance and income generation. Support for interventions that sustain livelihoods is offered based on the originality and potential of the non-governmental organisations (NGO) partner.

The involvement of our CSI department in sustainable livelihoods is largely in the grant funding of the Nguni Cattle Project, which is aimed at reintroducing the Nguni cattle breed into selected rural communities in all provinces. The ultimate objective is to develop beneficiaries into commercial farmers.

We work with several partners to support worthy community projects.

Our sectors

Our strategic business units work in three distinct areas: the services sector; within the mining and manufacturing sector; and in the agro-processing and new industries environment. MORE >

Our regional support

We make an impact across the country, helping develop new business, growing existing companies, boosting local economies and providing expertise wherever needed. MORE >

Annual report

Advancing Industrial Development covers our financial and non-financial strategy and performance aspects for 2015. MORE >

Our products

We offer a wide range of products from debt equity to providing working capital and equipment finance. MORE >

Our research

Stay informed and read our award-winning research reports, as our team keep tabs on the economic trends globally, regionally and locally. MORE >

Corporate responsibility

We are playing our part in improving the quality of life of all our communities, especially in rural and underdeveloped areas. MORE >

Doing business with us

This is your one-stop-shop where you can engage with us directly via our e-services. MORE >

Domestic Medium Term Note Programme

The Industrial Development Corporation of South Africa Ltd has established a ZAR15,000,000,000 Domestic Medium Term Note Programme (as amended and updated on 17 July 2012). You can read the memorandum here. MORE >

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