The objective of the COVID-19 Small Business Relief Centre is to help small businesses, by providing information around key business areas. Some of the few key areas include:

  • Creating a business continuity plan

  • Digital marketing strategies in a time of crisis

  • How to handle and implement hygiene protocols and new staff policies

  • How to move from face-to-face to online meetings

We will also campaign on behalf of all small business to encourage providers to implement:

  • Low-interest disaster recovery loans

  • Moratorium on vehicle and equipment leases, bond repayments etc

  • Negotiating and staying in contact with suppliers

  • Landlord negotiation with regards to property leases

HOW DO I
REGISTER /
APPLY?

To sign up to the newsletter and for more information

SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION REQUIRED

For formal sole proprietors:
Applicants are required to submit the following documents and information with their application:

  • 3 months’ bank statements of the business for the period 01 December 2019 to 29 February 2020 to assess operations before the lockdown
  • Copy of identity document
  • Copy of business license (where applicable)
  • Copy of tax clearance certificate

 

WHERE CAN I
FIND SUPPORT?

Follow the link to the website: click here. 

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