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Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber CEO Nomkhita Mona. Photo: SUPPLIED
Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber CEO Nomkhita Mona. Photo: SUPPLIED

THE Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber (NMBBC) has noted with great concern, the increased number of reports on the rampant destruction of infrastructure, especially the electricity infrastructure, across the metropole.

According to NMBBC chief executive officer Nomkhita Mona, this loss of electricity supply has seriously caused massive business interruption, leading to multi–million rand losses.

“Some of our manufacturers have had to face stiff penalties for missing their international delivery deadlines. This comes at a time when quite a number of businesses have closed doors owing to the impact of the pandemic, thus increasing unemployment numbers in the region,” said Mona.

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