1. How to administer an NPO


    As a registered non-profit there are certain obligations you will need to fulfil, including annual reports. The Department of Social Development has made available a short guide in the format of a PDF document which can be downloaded here.

    The document comprises three sections as follows:

    • Section A: Basic details about the organisation.
    • Section B: The organisation’s major achievements over the year.
    • Section C: List of important meetings held by the organisation during the year, and details of any changes to the constitution.

    Should your organisations fail to submit annual returns you run the risk of being de-registered. That said, we have a range of sample documents and helpful explainer videos to the right (below if you’re using a mobile device) kindly provided by Ricardo Wyngaard Attorneys.


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