Business Visas for South Africa
This category applies to a foreign national applicant who intends to establish or invest in an established business in South Africa.
ESTABLISHMENT OF A BUSINESS IN SOUTH AFRICA
The requirements are that a Chartered Accountant must certify that the applicant is able to satisfy can comply with the capitalization requirements.
This category of permit allows an applicant intending to enter South Africa to establish, or invest in a business in South Africa, in which he/she may be employed provided that the applicant complies with the following:
export potential of the business; or
- The business
calls for or involves a transfer of technology not previously generally
available in South Africa.
- The financial
or capital contribution must emanate from abroad.
- Business permits
shall be valid for periods of twenty-four (24) months at a time and are extendable.
- A business permit
may be withdrawn if the business no longer maintains the capitalisation
- There is a provision
in the Regulations that the Department may reduce the capitalisation
requirements on recommendations from the Department of Trade and Industry.
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