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Rebuild process for damaged businesses and properties in CIBE

Business rebuilds are underway in the Cornubia Industrial and Business Estate (CIBE) following severe damage caused by the July civil unrest. While eThekwini Municipality has notified businesses that plan submissions for rebuilds were waivered for remedial building work, the CIBE…
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Breakdown of government and municipal support packages for businesses affected by the unrest

THE BELOW TABLE IS A SUMMARY OF SUPPORT SCHEMES FOR BUSINESSES IN DISTRESS FROM THE CIVIL UNREST IN KWAZULU-NATAL AND GAUTENG Scheme Description Who Qualifies Web Link Social Relief of Distress (SRD) Grant Temporary provision of assistance for persons who…
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Business Recovery Support Package for small businesses announced  

To support small uninsured enterprises affected by the recent unrest, the Ministry of Small Business Development has announced a Business Recovery Support Package. The package also applies to informal traders. Click here for the application process and form. The closing…
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Repairs to CIBE traffic islands underway

The CIBE MA is pleased to report that work on repairs to damaged traffic circles in CIBE are underway by eThekwini Municipality. DSW was also in the precinct to collect the last remaining rubbish bags following the unrest and clean-up…
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CIBEMA UPDATE FOLLOWING LAST WEEK’S UNREST

Many areas of KZN, including the CIBE and some parts of Gauteng were severely affected by last week’s unrest, looting and violence. In the aftermath it has been truly inspiring to see communities quickly rally together to protect, clean up,…
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Please be aware of the ammonia plant in Cornubia and potential explosion risk

On behalf of Digistics regarding the ammonia plant that is based at Cornubia. Please be aware of the potential hazard, should this building be set alight. Please  click here to read the letter from JT Ross on behalf of Digistix…
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