TSDN – 012 How to Start and Register a Business in South Africa



Last week I promised that I will share some knowledge on how to register a company in South Africa. There are many people who want to start business but don’t know how or where to start building one. Some end up giving up on that dream because there is no proper support for startups and many succumb to the pressures exerted upon them by their family members. We know that in the mind of many black parents reigns a notion that when their child finishes school they must get a job and work until they are sixty. Sometimes, this idea works out fine but for a special few, the idea is a nightmare. There are people who are unable to sit under a boss and work as an employee. They will always cause trouble or get into trouble in one way or another because they are forced to something they are not able to put up with for longer. There are people who get into trouble with their employers because they are criminals at heart and there are those who get into trouble because they feel limited by the policies and the terms of their employment.

A person who has a passion for cooking and who has raw talent in the culinary arts will feel frustrated if employed at McDonald’s, Kentucky Fried Chicken and other unhealthy fast-food outlets. At McDonald’s there is a set menu which cannot be changed by the cooks. All what the cooks get to do, is to take a frozen beef patty and put it on the grill, close the lid and wait for about three minutes, season the patty and put it on the bun and send it out. It is the same thing day in and day out. Surely in that environment, there is no innovation, no taking risk, nor growth of any kind for a chef. If a chef had opened his own restaurant and took charge of the menu and of the kitchen. He will be able to create new dishes and explore new boundaries of fine dining. He can grow his brand and build his reputation. In his restaurant he can set daily specials and get his customers to taste and comment on his new creations. The possibilities are endless when one runs their own business. The question is where to start? For some people the question is, what business should I start?

The questions I will answer today are:

  • how to start a business without money
  • how to register a company in South Africa


A lot of young people in many parts of Africa who want to start businesses are unable to do so because they have no money. What hinders them the most is the belief that you need money to start a business. That idea is not entirely true. Dr Chris Kirubi, the fourth richest person in Kenya (2018), says, “You don’t need to have money to succeed but you need to mobilize money” He said that he had no money when he started and that, he comes from very humble beginnings and such is the case with many young South Africans today. Many South Africans who want to start businesses have no money.

Vusi Thembekwayo a young multi millionaire in South Africa said, “you need to be patient enough to start small while thinking big.” He also said, “You need to do what you need to do, in order to do what you want to do”

So, if you have no money find other ways that require no money in order to raise it. When you find a piece job, spend half of the money you earn and save half for the business you want to do.

These are some things you can do to raise funds

  • Sell Free things
    • Sell stuff that people are throwing away. Some people will need to get read of old mats, pots, chairs etc. Many people don’t want to go through the hassle of reselling their old stuff and so they just put them out for rubbish collectors. Do your rounds in the neighborhood and during rubbish collection days and look for stuff that can be repaired, refurbished and go sell them, making 100% profit.
  • Event planning
    • You can market your self as an event planner. All you do when hired, is to find out what the client wants and also find out their budget and then go and negotiate a better price with the service providers of venues, decorations, Music, videography, food catering, etc. When you found your best quote, factor in your profit and give the quote to your clients, explaining why it is a best quote. This works out best when the total cost is less than their budget.
  • Do services
    • You can do the following services
      • Pull out weeds
      • Rake the leaves
      • Walk the dogs
      • Tutor Kids
      • Paint houses (they buy paint and brushes and all you do is bring your person to paint and get paid)


What is needed?

Before you register a company with Companies and Intellectual Properties Commission (CIPC), you must have the following in place:

  • Certified Copy of your Identity Document (electronic form)
  • R 175.00
  • Four possible names of your business in the order of importance
  • Email address
  • Physical address,
  • Postal address (If not the same as Physical address)
  • Phone number

When you register a company in South Africa, you need to complete the following steps:


You need to decide on the Type of entity you are registering.

You can register a:

  • Non – Profit Organization (NPO)
  • Non – Government Organization (NGO)
  • Faith Based Organization (FBO)
  • Private Company (Pty) Ltd

We are dealing with registration of the Private Company.


You need to open a customer account with CIPC, where you will get a customer code and a password. You will need these to log on to you CIPC account and begin the process of registering your company. To achieve this, go to


You will be required to fund your CIPC account with at least a R 175.00. You can do a cash deposit at the Bank or at an ATM, or you can do an Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT). The CIPC banking details can be found at CIPC website. Make sure that you use your customer code as REFERENCE when you make the deposit or when you do the transfer. Once your account is credited, you can now begin the process of registering your business. Funds will normally be cleared and reflect on your CIPC account after two hours if you do a bank deposit.


Login to your CIPC account using you customer code and your password. Go to the top right corner of the screen and click on “TRANSACT.”

You will now access the transacting menu.

On the transaction menu choose “COMPANY REGISTRATION.” You should see three options. To reserves a Company name, to register a company with a name, and to register a company without a name. To reserve a name it will cost you R 50.00 and to register a company will cost you R 125.00. This means to register a company with a name will cost you a R 175.00 and to register a company without a name will cost R 125.00. When you opt to register a company without a name, the enterprise number will become the name of the company until the day you choose to give your company a name.

Your company must have at least:

  • One Director
  • One Incorporator (the person who is registering the business with CIPC)

When you have finished entering all the required information, CIPC will send you the company documents, which you have to print, sign, scan and email back to CIPC. You won’t have to print them out if you have means to sign them electronically. After submitting the documents you will receive an SMS and an email informing you that your company has been registered and you will be given the enterprise number. You will also receive Company Documents which you will sign but have no need to send to CIPC. You will have to keep them in a safe place. Among those documents there will be the Memorandum of Incorporation (MOI)

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It is absolutely annoying to have a man who have a fully functioning body, with all the limbs and organs being intact, coming over to you, and ask you to give him money. I am not referring to a homeless man. I am talking about a man who has a home and family members. What makes it worse is that the same man will come to you as if he is borrowing the money and he will have it back to you on some day, as if you don’t know that he is lying about you having it back. How would you I possibly know that he is lying, you may ask.  The man is not working, so he couldn’t have a guaranteed check at the end of the week or at the end of the month. What is more infuriating is that, the story that will be told in this fake loan request, describing the purpose of the loan, would be 100% nonsense. So a good 35seconds would be wasted listening to a false story, in a fake attempt to solicit a loan, which would never be paid back.

Forget that the whole exercise is fake. Pay more attention to the real purpose for the exercise. This miserable man wants to use your hard earned cash in order to fulfill his filthy desires. He will take your money and spend it in some dodgy drug dealer’s corner for a single fix of weed. This is the case in many South African townships today. There are miserable men who lounge around the whole day, waiting for those who actually go out to do some hustling, and they wait with a single purpose in mind and that is to try and manipulate the hustlers into giving them money so that they would be high on weed. How pathetic is that? This is the story of the lazy man


The lazy man is a product of the political man. Unlike the false story of the lazy man, the political man tells a very convincing story, which is backed up by statistical facts, which at sometimes cannot be verified but doesn’t care because not many people will check them out anyway. So he goes on to describe the negative feelings which the general public have concerning the current state of affairs. He states how he relates with the feeling of the public and how he is concerned with their wellbeing. He goes on to remind us of how great the struggle we are facing is, and how wonderful the future would be, if we hand him our votes.

Despite the fact that everyone knows that this pitiable bastard is lying through his teeth, he still gets enough votes to gain access to the coffers. You see, the political man knows how to lie. He gives a lot of empty promises, just like the lazy man. The difference between these two men is that, the lazy man gives transparent empty promises, whereas the political man gives decorated empty promises. The lazy man aims for a few coins and notes in your wallet but the political man aims for the Reserve Bank. For perspective’s sake, let me put it this way. The lazy man strains himself for a few drops of water from a tap, the political man seeks to own and control the dam. Such is the case in South Africa.

While political men and women spray the droplets of social grants upon the poor and the old, they have mega pipes pulling galloons of stolen money from the public coffers into their well-established personal reserves.

I feel pity for those who put their trust in politicians. Politicians repeat the same lie every five years and the people believe it over and over again. What is astonishing about politicians is, they are not lazy. They simply put more time and energy into visiting people, giving houses to two or three old ladies, giving a few groceries to a selected few, picking up and kissing a few dirty bacteria infested kids. These acts my dear friends communicate directly into the heart of the people. When they have managed to touch the heart of the people they have won the votes of those people.  


Of all the people in the world, nothing resembles a spit on the face more accurately than the man who claims to be a prophet of the Lord in 2019. These clowns are worse than both, the lazy man and the political man. The men of gold are experts in the field of manipulation and deception.  Unlike the political man whose authority is derived from the votes of the people, the man of gold, derives his from ‘heaven, ’ so he says. The man of gold comes to the people carrying a bible on which he doesn’t believe and proclaims a message for which he bears no conviction. He draws crowds with fantastic words and then pulls out a trick he borrowed from Houdini the magician. The only difference from Houdini’s approach is that the man of gold would give all the credit to Jesus, who has nothing to do with Houdini, except judgment and hellfire.

The ultimate goal that the man of gold has in mind is not to glorify God, but it is to use God’s name in order to enrich himself. He does this by tricking the simple-minded into thinking that he is somebody important. He performs these magic acts which the magician performers would do on TV. We all know that TV magicians are not really magicians, they use tricks and sleight of hand to fool the eye. These man of gold have stooped that low to loot their stupid followers.

One who has made the biggest leap in the art of deception and self-promotion, is one Alph Lukau. The man has claimed to have emptied a hospital ward when he allegedly healed every sick person there. The strange thing is that the footage of that incident shows no doctors and no nurses present in that ward. There was no monitoring equipment and no curtains between the beds. I find that strange in a South African Hospital.

What tops it all in the bag of his schemes, is the recent claim of raising a man from the dead. That incident has gotten South Africans talking. One of the strange things about that man is that he had a phone in his jacket. What raises more suspicion from skeptics like myself is that the man was brought to him already alive. We have therefore no evidence to confirm that the man was already dead.

The woman who informed the pastor that there was a dead man, ‘there is a family outside who is about to take a corpse to Zimbabwe’ my question is, why take the corpse to church on a Sunday Service, when you intend to get it to Zimbabwe? She clearly said that the body began to move the fingers as soon as the hearse got inside the gate of the church. Why was the corpse brought to the church when it was not even the man’s funeral service? That is just abnormal for any African family. I wonder how much Lukau paid these people to lie like this. The funeral parlor which was implicated in this scheme distanced itself by miles and began to file a law suit against the church for having its name involved in this scam. According to the parlor, there was no body brought to them, neither was a coffin bought from them. Only their hearse was hired. What these people don’t know is that the police will get involved and will investigate the case of faking own death, which is a criminal offense in this country.


What the Lazy man, the political man and the man of gold have in common is their desire for money and their devices to avoid honest ways of earning it. All three of them use tactics in order to have people voluntarily give them access to their money. The lazy man aims for your wallet, the political man aims for that national reserves and the man of gold aim for the world’s reserves. While the lazy man keeps the scam in his local area, the political man keeps the scam within the borders of his country and if it happens to spread out, his scam is confined within the political context. The man of gold works internationally and in every corner of financial potential. His scam runs in politics, in religious affairs, in business, in health and wherever he can set foot or stick his rotten fingers. The end goal is money. They all look for money.

Beware, if any healthy and well capable man doesn’t want to work let him starve.

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TSDN – 010 Why Is South Africa Still A Mess


We are approaching the 25th year mark of the South African Democratic government. I just want to share my opinion concerning the state of the nation since the fall of the apartheid regime. This episode will indeed upset many people, however, that should not be a valid reason not to address the issues that keep our country back. I do get people telling me not to address political issues because many won’t like what I have to say. I don’t think that I should keep quite on the account that I would be unpopular. I have made peace with the fact that I am not money, not matter what I do, I will never be loved and accepted by everyone. There are a few things I would like to point out while trying to answer the question at hand.

First let me acknowledge our new followers on These Help me believe, MetNews, Andstep , and Haden Clark

A shout to these brothers who always interact with me with regards to the show. These are Gary Crous, Samkeliso Zondi, and Bonginkosi Sebotsa

The main problem I see is:

Firstly, our MP’s are clowns and our Parliament is a circus. The things one gets to hear and see in parliarment are a shame. Some MP’s are not worthy to be called “honorable.”

Secondly, Racism in Parliament. There is much racial fights and accusations perpetrated by the EFF and some of the members of the ANC. We cannot then eradicate racism in the country if people in top ranks are slaves to race based hatred.

Thirdly, moral degeneration. We take a an overview on the issue of the moral decline of our nation and the rising rebellion of our children which is supported by immoral laws passed by immoral people in Parliament.

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“For there shall arise false Christs, and false prophets, and shall shew great signs and wonders; insomuch that, if it were possible, they shall deceive the very elect.”

(Mat 24:24)


In this week’s episode we are examining Shepherd Bushiri’s ministry. This might upset a lot of people, however, truth must be told. Some people may interpret this episode as an act of hatred against Mr Bushiri. I assure you that, such is not the case. We are called in the Bible to “prove all things; hold fast that which is good. Abstain from all appearance of evil.” (1Th 5:21-22) It is therefore a good practice to test everything to determine what is good and what is evil. God have allowed us to have the Bible at our disposal so that we can use it as a standard of measurement to test various things touching the matters of our faith. We shall first look at what the bible says about false prophets and false teachers. We shall see how the Bible instructs us both in the Old and New Testaments with regards to treating the false prophets and teachers.


Many people have an unbiblical view of false prophets and as result they get deceived by them. Many Christians think that false prophets are people who will stand up audaciously and deny Christ in plain terms, on a public platform. They assume that false prophets will come and burn bible and kill Christians in the streets. The Lord Jesus gives us a different view of how false prophets will look like. Listen to what he says, “For there shall arise false Christs, and false prophets, and shall shew great signs and wonders” and also, “Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves.” (Mat 7:15)

Jesus shows us that these men will come into the church as Christians. They will speak our language, they will pray like us, they will sing like us, they will shout the name of Jesus and they will perform miracles and do wonders. Yes, false prophets will amaze people.


The primary aim of the false preachers is to deceive the church. They pretend to be Christians and many of them do lying wonders, to gain the trust of the true Christians, particularly those who are weak and not well versed in the Holy Scriptures. They will surely deceive those who do not know and those who do not understand the Bible. Jesus says the false prophets come in sheep’s clothing but inwardly are ravening wolves. This expression shows us clearly that false prophets came to benefit themselves and to destroy the church. These are antichrists, they deny the Father and the Son and go a step further to blaspheme the Holy Spirt of God.

Pat attention to the words of the Lord about the false prophets in the last days. He says, “For many shall come in my name, saying, I am Christ; and shall deceive many.” (Mat 24:5)

Let us break that down so we can understand what is going on.For many shall come in my name

The phrase, “come in my name” means that they come as though Christ sent them. Whatever they would do they would pretend that Jesus Christ authorized them to do it. They have the audacity of pronouncing curses upon their critics in the name of Jesus. While Jesus teaches us to bless those who persecute us. They won’t fail to tell the church how God speaks to them and how they responded to God, in one on one, face to face type of situation. And we know that from biblical view it is a huge load of rubbish!

Saying, “I am Christ”

Make no mistake to think that these man will claim to be Jesus. Many won’t admit to be Jesus Christ in public view, however, they would pretend to be Him by competing and comparing themselves with Him. They will use terms which are not easy for the unskilled in listening to discern. The word “Christ” means the “anointed.” Instead of saying “Behold I am Christ” you hear them saying, “I am the anointed man of God.” Sometimes you hear them saying, “I have the anointing.”  False prophets always consider themselves as anointed by God and whenever they are called out for heresy and blasphemy, you will hear them say, “Touch not my anointed and do my prophets no harm.” This, of course, being a misapplication of biblical text.


The Lord did not only warn us of the false prophets but He also showed us their end. Listen to what he says

They call Him Lord

Not everyone that saith unto me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven; but he that doeth the will of my Father which is in heaven.”(Mat 7:21)

False prophet call Jesus Lord. They claim to believe and they confess that He is Lord BUT they live rebelliously against His Lordship. While with their mouths are confessing that Jesus is Lord, their public and often private actions are evidence enough that they don’t believe what they confess about Jesus. They teach and believe that by simply calling Jesus Lord will grant you salvation, yet Jesus defies that notion by saying, “Not everyone that saith unto me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven.” What more can anyone say against that.  Confession of Jesus Lordship does not get anyone to heaven. Jesus it is only those who do the will of the Father. I am not preaching work based salvation but I am saying that those who do God’s will are showing us that they are indeed saved. Claiming that you are a Christian or the child of God, does not make you one.

They did wonders in His name

“Many will say to me in that day, Lord, Lord, have we not prophesied in thy name? And in thy name have cast out devils? And in thy name done many wonderful works?”  (Mat 7:22)

Jesus continues to show us that these false prophets shall come to Him and try to persuade Him to let them in. They will give their list of wonderful things they did in the name of Jesus.

  • They prophesied
  • They cast out demons
  • They did many wonderful things

They shall bring this wonderful resume before the Lord. I mean, the works they count to have done are wonderful things and they did these in the name of Jesus Christ

He will deny them

And then will I profess unto them, I never knew you: depart from me, ye that work iniquity. (Mat 7:23)

The Lord Jesus is now telling us of the most devastating words that would come out of His mouth towards the false teachers and false prophets. He shall say to them, “I never knew you.”  It is apparent that these people were never saved to begin with. Jesus says, I never knew you. He denies have any communion with them. They was no friendship with Jesus. There was not relationship of any kind. As far as the kingdom of God is concerned, these men are strangers, robbers and thieves. The Lord shall order them to depart from him.


I will now play some excerpts from the videos of Shepherd Bushiri which were extracted from his YouTube channel. And then I will explain somethings about him based on what He said. (Refer to the Audio File of this post)

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TSDN – 008 The False Prophet, Donald Trump and the General Nature of Men


This week at The SpokesDude we take delight to realize that we have gone for 56 days since the relaunch of The SpokesDude.


I have decided to discuss the end of the Government shutdown in the US and the threats from Trump it might be resumed if the demand for 45.7bn for the wall on the US-Mexico Boarder.


Also on the news is Shepherd Bushiri and his wife were arrested on Friday Feb 1 and remained in custody for until yesterday were they were released each on a R100 000 bail


Then finally on the show we discuss, the General wicked nature of a human being and that only Jesus Christ is able to save such a poor creature.

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TSDN – 007 The Priceless Gift of God

John 3:16
“For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth on Him should not perish but have everlasting life.”



Today I shall speak to you about the priceless gift of God. I believe we are all aware that a gift is something that cannot be earned. A gift is normally given to out at the giver’s discretion. A gift is never an obligation, neither is it given to satisfy a demand. To understand more about the priceless gift of God we shall take a closer look at the Motive for the gift , the gift itself and the recipient .


a. “ For God so loved ”

Here we are told the motive for which God gave his priceless gift. It is simply put as “ God so loved. ”

i. Unconditional love

It was His unconditional love that caused the creator of the heavens and the earth to gift the most precious gift to the world. His love does not rest in words or emotion, it has action. It was through his love that he had created the heavens and earth. It was due to his love that created human beings in His image. His love was also seen when He provided food and a pleasant environment for humans being and all the other living thin gs which God had made . God ’ s love is not due to our actions. We are love by God unconditionally.

ii. Infinite love

God’s love is infinite. This means it has no end. The spring of God’s love never runs dry. Its doors are never closed. The love of God is open ed all times, for everyone to experience. The Psalmist says, “O give thanks unto the LORD; for he is good: for his mercy endureth for ever. ” ( Psalm 136:1 ) In Jeremiah 31:3, God said, “ … I have loved thee with an everlasting love: therefore with lovingkindness have I drawn thee. ” There is no end of God ’ s love. Paul wrote, “ For I am persuaded, that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, nor powers, nor things present, nor things to come, nor height, nor depth, nor any other creature, shall be able to separate us from the love of God, which is in Christ Jesus our Lord. ” (Rom 8:38- 39)

b. “ the world ”

The Greek word is “ κόσμος ” or “ cosmos ” We now learn of the subject of God ’ s love and that is the world. There are two meanings attached to the Greek word for “ the world. ”

i. The Planet Earth

It implies that God loved the whole of planet earth. He loved all the mountains, the rivers, the seas and the whole of nature.

ii. The Inhabitants of the Planet Earth

It also implies God loved all the inhabitants of planet earth, particularly human beings. The human beings, the land animals, sea creature and the birds of the air are part of the world.

God’s motive for giving His priceless gift was His love for the world. We move on to look at the gift itself .


he gave his only begotten Son

The magnitude or the extent of God’s love for the world is perfectly express in the quality and value of the gift that He gave to the world .

a. His Son God gave His Son.

He gave His only begotten Son. I doubt that there could be a sane person among us who will be bold enough to give up his son, even if he were one of many children, to be killed in order to make peace with his enemies. We would protect our children and even give our lives for them if it were possible. That is how much we value them. The Son of God, Jesus Christ is more valuable than our children.

i. He is before all things (Col 1:15 – 17)

Everything that was made was made through the Son of God, not only that but also , everything was made for Him . Jesus Christ is the firstborn of all creation. Without Him nothing ever came to existence.

ii. He is the express image of the God (Heb 1:3)

Jesus is the brightness of God’s glory and He is the express image of his person. To say that He is the express image of God means that Jesus Christ is exactly like the Father. As the Father is eternal so is the Son. Jesus said, “For as the Father hath life in himself; so hath he given to the Son to have life in himself;” (John 5:26)

iii. He is the beloved Son of God (Mat 3:17, 17:5, Mar 1:11, Luke 9:35)

God testified about Jesus, saying “This is my beloved Son.” Jesus also affirmed that He was loved by the Father. In John 15:9, Jesus says, “As the Father hath loved me, so have I loved you …

iv. His Only Begotten Son (Psalm 2:7)

Jesus was the only begotten Son of God. This means there was no other Son of God like Him. All the other sons of God (Gen 6 and Job 1:6) were created but He was the only begotten Son of God. God gave up not only His Son, but His only begotten Son.

b. Eternal Life

God did not only give us His Son but He also gave us eternal life. John say s in his letter, “And this is the record, that God hath given to us eternal life, and this life is in his Son. ” (1 John 5:1 1) . John says that God Himself is testifying that He has given us eternal life and that life can only be found in Jesus Christ. Paul says to the Roman Church, “ … the gift of God is eternal life through Christ Jesus our Lord. ” (Roman 6:23)

Jesus Christ was and is very valuable to His Father but He did not withhold him. Instead He gave Him up to the world.


That whosoever believeth in him

a. Whosoever (Anyone)

Jesus Christ who is the gift of God to the world is given so that anyone may benefit through Him. There is no nation, no language, no family or any individual, that is excluded. All are counted, into this awesome grace of God. The Jews and the Gentiles from every part of the world are all welcome.

The author of the letter to the Hebrews says , “…we are sanctified through the offering of the body of Jesus Christ once for all.” (Heb 10:10). Jesus Christ was given once to the world, and He was given for all.

b. Believes on Him

The benefits of God’s Gift are limited to anyone who believes in Jesus Christ. A person may be religious and they may pray every day BUT if they don’t believe in Jesus Christ the Son of God they do not have eternal life. Though the Gift of God is given for all, it can only do well to those who believe in Jesus Christ.

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TSDN – 006 #ThrowBack, Trump, Creflo Dollar and something I didn’t know

This week of The SpokesDude we remember the founding of the Spokesdude Podcast. The SpokesDude Podcast first episode was released on the 21st of January 2015. This is the legitimate cause for celebration.

We also take a look at the chaos caused by Donald Trump in the United States of the America with the imposition of the Government Shutdown. We also discredit the old sermon of Creflo Dollar where he purported the old heresy that says “we are gods’

Then finally we learn a new thing, something I never knew exist in a motor vehicle.

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