LOCKDOWN

COVID-19 regulations and the lockdown is having various risk implications for your business. We offer a comprehensive list of FAQs to help you understand the regulations.

BUSINESS SUPPORT

National government, municipalities and private sector have provided various financial relief measures, answer five simple questions about your business to understand which are the most applicable for you to apply for.

RECOVERY

Review the latest best practices from businesses locally and globally that are dealing with the impact of COVID-19 and how they have adapted.

TRAVEL

COVID-19 regulations and lockdown is having various implications on travel and tourism. We offer a comprehensive list of FAQs to help you understand the regulations.

COVID-19 CONTENT CENTRE, SUPPORTING BUSINESS IN CAPE TOWN AND THE WESTERN CAPE

RECOVERY

Review the latest best practices here.

TRAVEL

Click here for top travel and tourism FAQs.

BUSINESS SUPPORT

Find our COVID-19 SUPPORT FINDER tool here.

LOCKDOWN

Click here for up to date FAQs

MAKE IT SAFE. MAKE IT RESILIENT

COVID-19 Content Centre (CCC) is a resource for businesses to help them navigate the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.

We’re updating this site regularly as new information becomes available.

We have established a team of sectorial and communication experts to help navigate the uncertainty caused by various sources of information during the crisis and provide guidelines and best practice to help your business build resilience for now, and the future.

To access health information, please visit the Western Cape Government’s Department of Health website.

LOCKDOWN

LATEST FAQS

What is the Western Cape C-19 Business Relief Fund


What is the Western Cape C-19 Business Relief Fund? The purpose of the Fund is to alleviate the economic impact on small and micro enterprises operating in the Western Cape caused by COVID-19. The Fund will provide relief in the form of...

AM I PERMITTED TO BE OUTSIDE MY HOUSE DURING CURFEW HOURS FOR WORK DURING ALERT LEVEL 1 IN South Africa?


Am I permitted to be outside my house during curfew hours for work during Alert Level 1 in South Africa? Yes, you are. According to the Level 1 Disaster Management Regulations, you may leave your residence between 12pm and 4am if you have...

WHAT PERMIT DO I NEED IF I HAVE TO WORK AFTER THE 12PM CURFEW UNDER ALERT LEVEL 1?


 WHAT PERMIT DO I NEED IF I HAVE TO WORK AFTER THE 12PM CURFEW UNDER ALERT LEVEL 1? If you need to be outside your place of residence between 12pm and 4am to perform a service permitted under Alert Level 1, then you need to carry a permit with...

Which activities are specially prohibited under Alert Level 1 in South Africa?


Which activities are specially prohibited under Alert Level 1 in South Africa? Night vigils. Night clubs. The 35 land borders that remain closed. Initiation practices. Passenger ships for international leisure purposes. ...

What personal movement is allowed under Alert Level 1?


The following personal movement is allowed under Alert Level 1 No limitation on personal movement but persons are encouraged to limit movement to essential travel Mandatory use of cloth masks (including home-made ones to cover nose and...

Business Support

TOOLKITS

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COVID-19 SUPPORT FINDER

The COVID-19 SUPPORT FINDER is a simple five step process to help you assess which is the most applicable financial relief measure for you to apply for. The process takes less than one minute to complete.

TOOLKITS

Click here for a set of resources and guides that can assist with assisting you and your business adapt and build resilience

RECOVERY

Best Practice

PAYE and UIF Compliance

PAYE and UIF Compliance

How this webinar will benefit your business Save time and money Inefficient tax processes and outdated procedures eat into your productivity and profits, and can even result in penalties which could...

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How to do VAT returns and E-Filing

How to do VAT returns and E-Filing

Need help doing your VAT returns and E-Filing? While most South African businesses want to remain compliant with tax laws and regulations, understanding exactly what is required of you, which...

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Travel

LATEST FAQS

AM I PERMITTED TO BE OUTSIDE MY HOUSE DURING CURFEW HOURS FOR WORK DURING ALERT LEVEL 1 IN South Africa?


Am I permitted to be outside my house during curfew hours for work during Alert Level 1 in South Africa? Yes, you are. According to the Level 1 Disaster Management Regulations, you may leave your residence between 12pm and 4am if you have...

WHAT PERMIT DO I NEED IF I HAVE TO WORK AFTER THE 12PM CURFEW UNDER ALERT LEVEL 1?


 WHAT PERMIT DO I NEED IF I HAVE TO WORK AFTER THE 12PM CURFEW UNDER ALERT LEVEL 1? If you need to be outside your place of residence between 12pm and 4am to perform a service permitted under Alert Level 1, then you need to carry a permit with...

Can I travel to South Africa under Alert Level 1?


Can I travel to South Africa under Alert Level 1? The Government of South Africa has announced that it will begin to partially open its borders from 1 October 2020. Foreign travellers from countries listed below as high risk are not allowed...

WHAT PERMIT DO I NEED IF I HAVE TO WORK AFTER THE 10PM CURFEW?


 WHAT PERMIT DO I NEED IF I HAVE TO WORK AFTER THE 10PM CURFEW? If you need to be outside your place of residence between 10pm and 4am to perform a service permitted under Alert Level 2, then you need to carry a permit with you. Click here to...

AM I PERMITTED TO BE OUTSIDE MY HOUSE DURING CURFEW HOURS FOR WORK?


AM I PERMITTED TO BE OUTSIDE MY HOUSE DURING CURFEW HOURS FOR WORK?   Yes, you are. According to the Level 2 Disaster Management Regulations, you may leave your residence between 10pm and 4am if you have a Permit to Perform an...

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