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It has taken six years, but at last a new law to control those who would access our personal information without permission, is operational. The new measures hope to stop the invasions of our privacy that have accompanied our entry into the digital world.

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Covid-19

We now have a Presidential State-Owned Enterprise Council given the monumental task of making all 740 State Owned Enterprises (SOE’s), including Eskom, “effective instruments for economic development”.

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The Cape Chamber of Commerce & Industry, now in its 217th year, has migrated its entire engagement management solution into the Cloud.

Not only does this provide all the benefits of Cloud-based computing, but the Cloud now has a silver lining in the form of increased operational efficiency and optimised support for its substantial member base.

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Covid-19

Most Cape Town businesses have proved resilient during the Covid-19 lockdown, but the strain of lockdown made 12% contemplate leaving the country. Astonishingly, four per cent claimed to be thriving.

These are among the findings of the Chamber’s survey of its members carried out this past week.

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A recent survey by the Cape Chamber of Industry & Commerce of the experiences of small and micro businesses when approaching Government for relief paints a chaotic picture of the UIF-Temporary aid (UIF/TERS) insurance schemes to which businesses and workers have been contributing for years.

The survey’s findings represent a wide cross-section of opinion from more than 55 different business ...

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Citizens of Cape Town can now congratulate themselves for having the best of all possible municipal administrations – that is, if they merely read the splendid official media releases on the subject, one of which was devoted almost entirely to singing its praises.

However, a detailed study of this post-Covid-19 budget by the City from a commercial and industrial perspective, reveals a less ...