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About Us

The SEDA Limpopo Jewellery Incubator (SLJI) is a jewellery designing and manufacturing Centre established to contribute towards creating economic opportunities through developing and supporting emerging jewellery businesses from historically disadvantaged communities in the locality. The SLJI (henceforth to be referred to as the Centre) seeks to reposition itself as a centre of excellence that is recognisable and strong brand in Limpopo, throughout South Africa, the Southern African Development Community (SADC) and eventually internationally.

Legal Status and Governance of SLJI
SLJI is a non- profit organization registered in terms of the NPO Act number 77 of 1997 and section 21 companies Act. Seda Limpopo Jewellery Incubator was founded in 2009.

Geographic Spread
SLJI operates from its main incubation centre at Tempest Building 102 Blaauberg Street, Ladine Polokwane. It draws its clients and works with disadvantaged people in Limpopo province.

Business Model
Seda Limpopo Jewellery Incubator (SLJI) is a renowned Jewellery incubation centre based in Polokwane.  The centre focuses on generating sustainable small Jewellery manufacturing and designing black owned businesses, transferring of Jewellery skills and practical mentoring and coaching of SMMEs to ensure the availability of properly skilled people for the Jewellery industry.

Underlying Philosophy and Methodology
SLJI’s philosophy is to help the people of Limpopo benefit from the abundant mineral resources by participating in production of value added Jewellery products that meet international standards and market.

Strategic Goals
SLJI has five strategies to help in the creation of viable businesses in jewellery manufacturing. The strategic areas are harnessed through the incubation business model.

1. SMME business development
2. Technical skills training
3. Provide support in jewellery manufacturing
4. Manufacturing of jewellery products
5.Facilitate access to market
6.Implement sponsored Learnership programme