We can assist with NPO/NPC Registration South Africa. A non-profit company is a company incorporated for public benefit or other object relating to one or more cultural or social activities, or communal or group interest. We have assisted thousands of clients to open up there businesses in South Africa. We are the cheapest company registrations consultant in South Africa. If you wish to receive grants or donor-funding, you are required to register with the Department of Social Development. Non-profit companies registered with the Department of Social Development can apply for funding at the National Lottery Board.
The cost of the registration depends on whether you need an NPC registration or NPO registration
NPO/NPC allow you to apply for grants and funding, as well as to apply for a Tax-exempt status at SARS. It is expected of every registered NPO to comply with the requirements of the NPO Act.
We need the following information to assist with your NPO/NPC Registration South Africa. Please provide accurate and up-to-date information.
Four (4) Proposed company names
Certified ID/Passport copy – The certification must be done by Police or Commissioner of Oaths and must be less than three months old.
Company address in South Africa (required) – If you do not have an address yet, we can use ours, and you can change the address later.
Directors/shareholders contact details – Phone and email address
Directors/shareholders physical address – Foreigners can use their personal addresses from country of origin
A minimum of 3 incorporators is required
Frequently Asked Questions
Are Non-profit Companies Tax exempt?
In many countries it is allowed for non-profits to apply for tax exempt status, which means then the company itself may be exempt from income tax and other taxes.
What is South African Law on NPC's?
In South Africa, when requested by donors, charities issue a tax certificate which can be used as a tax deduction by the donor. Section 21 Companies are registered under the Companies Act, Trusts are registered by the Master of the High Court and Non-Profit Companies are registered under the Non-Profit Company Act. All are classified as voluntary companies and all must be registered with the South African Revenue Services.
What are the Goals and Objectives of an NPC?
Some NPC’s can also be a charity or service company. They could be organized as a not-for-profit corporation or a cooperative, as a trust, or they exist informally. Supporting Companies are a very similar type of company which operates like a foundation, except for the fact that they are more complicated to administer, hold more favorable tax status and are restricted in the charities they support. Their goal is not to be successful in terms of wealth, but in terms of giving value to the groups of people they administer to. The registering of a Non-Profit Organisation is a voluntary registration facility that enhances the credibility of the registered Non-Profit Organisation as it reports to the public. It is expected of every registered NPO to comply with the requirements of the NPO Act.
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