KZN's Operation Vula equips over 1000 SMMEs

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Small business owners who received financial support from the KwaZulu-Natal provincial government are (from left) Rapelang Mazibuko from Lukwande Pty Ltd, Mabongi Mthethwa from Ekhaya Beauty Professionals and Samukelisiwe Khanyile from Qhawekazi Styles Collection.
Small business owners who received financial support from the KwaZulu-Natal provincial government are (from left) Rapelang Mazibuko from Lukwande Pty Ltd, Mabongi Mthethwa from Ekhaya Beauty Professionals and Samukelisiwe Khanyile from Qhawekazi Styles Collection.
Moeketsi Mamane

KwaZulu-Natal’s Premier Sihle Zikalala on Tuesday launched the provincial government’s campaign to render financial support to small business struggling to access capital.

As part of the campaign’s Operation Vula Fund Disbursements, Zikalala handed over business equipment to small business owners at an event held at the Pietermaritzburg’s Royal Showgrounds.

He said the provincial government has set aside millions of rands for the programme.

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