SMMEs are not coping with the effects of the pandemic, while fraud and suspicions hovering above temporary relief schemes has not given businesses much faith.
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JOHANNESBURG – While the global community has praised South Africa for its ability to flatten the COVID-19 first and second waves without vaccinesThe first confirmed case o, it has come at a great cost for small- and medium-sized enterprises one year after the first case was reported in the country.
The past 12 months were characterised by ups and mostly downs for the business community following the regular enforcement of lockdown restrictions to curb the spread of the virus.