Relief fund for July unrest on the cards

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NEF CEO Philisiwe Mthethwa said that, in response to the social unrest, the department of trade, industry and competition established a war room that met twice a week to assess the severity of the unrest on businesses. Photo: File
NEF CEO Philisiwe Mthethwa said that, in response to the social unrest, the department of trade, industry and competition established a war room that met twice a week to assess the severity of the unrest on businesses. Photo: File

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It will comprise of blended funding of R300 million in loans and R150 million in the form of grants.

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