Small Enterprise Development Agency (SEDA) | Western Cape Government

Small Enterprise Development Agency (SEDA)


The Small Enterprise Development Agency (seda) was established in December 2004 as an agency under the Department of Trade and Industry (the dti). The establishment was done by merging three organisations, namely the Ntsika Enterprise Promotion Agency, National Manufacturing Advisory Centre (NAMAC), and Community Public Private Partnership Programme (CPPP). The GODISA Trust and National Technology Transfer Centre were integrated into seda in April 2006, becoming the seda Technology Programme (stp).

Seda provides business development and support services for small enterprises through its national network, in partnership with other role players in the small enterprise support. seda also implements programmes targeted at business development in areas prioritised by the government.

0860 103 703; 012 441 1000
012 441 2064
Street Address:

The Fields, Office Block A, 1066 Burnette Street, Hatfield, Pretoria, 0083

Postal Address:

PO Box 56714, Arcadia, 0007

Overseeing Government Body: (The Government of South Africa)
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