Resources

The role of the Evangelist within the body of Christ is a vital ministry in furthering the gospel, but sadly limited resources, support and training have hindered the development of this calling. For this reason, ES Network wish to provide support through the various resources made available on this website.

In the establishment of a ministry, various legal obligations must be followed and registration with the South African Revenue Service for Tax Exemption status is essential. Detailed under Resources are the step-by-step processes recommended for the establishment of Evangelistic Ministries.

To log in or register use the login/register box on the right or click here

FinancialLegal

REGISTRATION OF A NON-PROFIT WITH SARS

Not for profit organisations play a significant role in society as they take a shared responsibility with Government for the social and development needs of the country. Preferential tax treatment is designed to assist non-profit organisations by augmenting their financial resources.

0 comments

ESTABLISHING A NON-PROFIT ORGANISATION

Under South African law, Non-Profits are required to register either as an NPC with the Companies and Intellectual Commission (CIPC) OR as an NPO with the Department of Social Development.

0 comments

REGISTRATION OF A NON-PROFIT WITH CIPC

Businesses that wish to transact with government and the formal sector, or that wish to access certain types of government support, are generally required to be registered with the CIPC.

0 comments

REGISTRATION OF A NON-PROFIT WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT

A non-profit organisation is defined as: a trust, company or other association of persons: (a) established for a public purpose, and (b) the income and property of which are not distributable to its members or office bearers except as reasonable compensation for services rendered.

0 comments

REGISTRATION OF A NON-PROFIT WITH SARS

Not for profit organisations play a significant role in society as they take a shared responsibility with Government for the social and development needs of the country. Preferential tax treatment is designed to assist non-profit organisations by augmenting their financial resources.

0 comments

 

Share