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Government to hold webinar on economic recovery support to assist affected businesses following last month’s civil unrest

GOVERNMENT TO HOST A WEBINAR ON ECONOMIC RECOVERY SUPPORT

The Department of Trade, Industry and Competition (the dtic) in collaboration with the Department of Small Business Development (DSBD) and the South African Special Risk Insurance Association (SASRIA), will host the economic recovery support interventions webinar:

DATE: Friday, 20 August 2021
TIME: 09:00 – 12:00
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The purpose of the webinar is to unpack the economic recovery support interventions announced by the Minister of Trade, Industry and Competition, Mr Ebrahim Patel. The R3.75 billion package is for the restoration of businesses adversely affected during the violent  looting and unrests that took place in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng last month. the dtic, its Development Finance Institutions, the National Empowerment Fund (NEF) and & Industrial Development Corporation (IDC), as well as the Small Enterprise Finance Agency (Sefa), Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF), and other government agencies will address and unpack the recovery support and its application process throughly. In this webinar, affected businesses will learn more about the requirements to apply for funding, processes to apply, where to send applications including the time-lines to approve and process applications.

RSVPs should be forwarded to Mamosa Dikeledi via telephone on 071 603 8165 or e-mail: MDikeledi@thedtic.gov.za
Enquiries: Bongani Lukhele – Director: Media Relations
Tel: (012) 394 1643
Mobile: 079 5083 457
WhatsApp: 074 2998 512
E-mail: BLukhele@thedtic.gov.za

Issued by: The Department of Trade, Industry and Competition (the dtic)
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Government Economic Recovery Support – Webinar 20 August 2021

Summary of economic recovery and relief measures

 

 

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