Duration: 18-months

Size: 25 Social Enterprises

The Requirement:

To transform communities by backing social impact enterprises, to drive inclusive, scalable economic growth and investing in lasting social change. FNB partnered with Fetola to challenge participants to scale their social impact by thinking, planning and acting differently.


To provide a social enterprise incubation and acceleration programme that supports and scales innovative, social impact businesses that are solving some of South Africa’s pressing social and economic challenges through innovative, social impact business models. The 18-month programme follows a carefully designed and well-proven method that has delivered exceptional results across many business sectors.

“We received guidance along every step of our journey from an experienced mentor who also is very connected and willing to get up and do stuff for, and with, us.”

“I have been touched by Fetola’s unique authenticity and deep commitment to uplifting South Africans. A wealth of innovation and support has been added from conceptualisation of the programme through to our current stage of execution and we see Fetola as our implementation partners as opposed to a service provider.”

Heather Lowe, Head Enterprise Development

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October 21, 2021 12:54 pm

this sounds great and could be what our organization need. How do we get involved or part of the program?
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