The CPFP is a cost-sharing grant that contributes to the cost of feasibility studies likely to lead to projects that will increase local exports and stimulate the market for South African capital goods and services.
ADEP is an incentive programme available to South African registered entities engaged in primary, secondary and ancillary aquaculture activities in both marine and freshwater classified under Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) 132 (fish hatcheries and fish farms) and SIC 301 and 3012 (...
SPP was initiated to develop and support programmes/interventions aimed at enhancing the manufacturing and services supply capacity of suppliers with linkages to strategic partners' supply chains, industries or sectors. ...
The 12I TAI is designed to support Greenfield investments (i.e. new industrial projects that utilise only new and unused manufacturing assets), as well as Brownfield investments (i.e. expansions or upgrades of existing industrial projects).
AIS is an incentive designed to grow and develop the automotive sector through investment in new and/or replacement models and components that will increase plant production volumes, sustain employment and/or strengthen the automotive value chain.
The SPII Matching Scheme provides financial assistance in the form of a non-taxable, non-repayable grant of 50% of qualifying costs incurred in pre-competitive development activity associated with a specific project to a maximum of R5 million.
The Product Process Development scheme intends to promote technology development through the provision of financial assistance for the development of new products and/or processes. A new product is a product that has not been in the market before.