R3.8 billion to help uninsured businesses affected by unrest

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Pietermaritzburg’s Edendale Mall which was destroyed during the unrest.
Pietermaritzburg’s Edendale Mall which was destroyed during the unrest.
Moeketsi Mamane

Uninsured businesses that were destroyed during the July unrest in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng have been urged to apply for assistance to revamp their stores.

The Department of Trade, Industry and Competition (DTIC) said as a response to the damage that was caused during the unrest, it has set aside R3.8 billion to revitalise and revamp these businesses.

Business owners are urged to send their business profiles to zwosiyana@thedtic.gov.za before January 28, 2022.

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