New Companies


We provide South African businesses with expedited and efficient company registration services.

The Companies Act 71 of 2008, as amended by Act 3 of 2011, governs the formation of companies in South Africa. The most basic categorisation is the division between companies for profit and non-profit companies.

Companies for profit can be sub-divided into: state-owned companies, private companies, personal liability companies and public companies. The unifying characteristic of all private companies is that they are intended to generate financial returns for shareholders.

Prospective business owners can also choose from business, trusts, unincorporated partnerships, joint ventures and sole proprietorships.

Non-profit companies are incorporated for the benefit of the public and require a minimum of three persons.

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