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Objectives Of The Fund

We Are Isivumelwano Covenant Fund –

Isivumelwano Covenant Fund was founded by Prophetess Cindy Mabaso with a vision of building millionaires out of the body of Christ.

The fund will endeavour to facilitate growth of small to medium businesses within the Christian fraternity through funding and assisting the body of Christ to become lenders and not borrowers, thus living to the principles of the gospel

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