4.7.2020 11:37 am
Poor consumers have had to resort to desperate measures such as sinking themselves in debt and making use of loan sharks to put food on the table.
An Ipsos survey has revealed that more that 60% of participants are concerned about the increased cost of food, groceries and household supplies since the Covid-19 outbreak began, with 80% of South Africans saying that food prices have increased.
The objective of the retrenchments is to realise a saving of between R700m and R720 for Barloworld’s 2020 financial year.
This is another win for inventor in battle that’s been going on for 20 years.
The effects of lockdown have forced GDP down by a significant number.
Patrons in sit-down restaurants must wear a face mask at all times except when eating or drinking. Customers also have to complete a screening questionnaire before they may enter the premises.
This is because the payments were intended as a stop-gap measure for a period of three months or until such time that lockdown restrictions were eased and the economy slowly re-opened.
Confident loyal customers will be back, even though they will be screened.
South Africa’s phased approach to enforcing the Carbon Tax Act, tax-free allowances and carbon offset credits seeks to create a mindset change and increase aware of better technology to remove carbon emissions.
Santaco announced that taxis will operate at full capacity whether government approved or not, including cross border travel.
The council announced that taxis will operate at full capacity whether government approved or not, including cross border travel.
The taxi council was set to meet with the Minister on Sunday after the meeting was initially scheduled to take place on Saturday.
The council was scheduled to meet with the Minister at 1pm on Saturday which was later moved to 3pm.
SAA’s bailout funding of R26.3 billion has reportedly been agreed to.
If restaurants can open, these other government protocols could have been prepared and delivered, restauranteers explain.