Safety and well-being of staff, clients and your supply chain
The safety and well-being of your staff and clients is an immediate priority. What safety guidance should you be following in the workplace? Find guidelines, protocols and tips here.
Are you a tourism business? Do you have guests? What is the latest travel ban, and what does it mean? To find out the latest news impacting the travel, click here.
COVID-19 will have various risk implications for your business. We have identified some of these and have created guidelines to help. Read FAQs, find best practice and guidelines here.
Staying connected and business continuity
Staying connected to your clients, other businesses and government during this time and after the pandemic is critical for recovery. Use best practice as your inspiration and stay up to date on what support government is providing. Read more here.
Our team is searching the world and at home to bring you the best practice examples we could find. Read the latest inspiring ideas of how other businesses have adapted quickly to help build resilience here.
NEWS AND ALERTS
25 March 2020. Read the statement here by Minister Fikile Mbaulua on the implications for transport during the Coronavirus COVID-19 lockdown.
25 March 2020. Minister Ebrahim Patel announces essential service application portal for Coronavirus COVID-19 lockdown
As stated in the media statement of 25 March 2020, The Minister of Trade and Industry, Mr Ebrahim Patel has announced that all businesses that will be allowed to provide essential services are required to seek approval from the Department of Trade, Industry and...
24 March 2020. Read the remarks by Minister of Trade, Industry and Competition Ebrahim Patel regarding key interventions. Over the next few days, more information will be released as programmes and interventions are finalised.
MAKE IT SAFE. MAKE IT RESILIENT
COVID-19 Content Centre (CCC) is a resource for Western Cape 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.
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