South Africa’s prompt response to the threat of the spread of COVID-19 has received global praise. However, the country remains particularly vulnerable to the pandemic. We examine some business responses which have supported their staff, customers, small businesses, communities, and the most vulnerable in society.
The urgency with which all sectors of society must act to address South Africa’s gaping socioeconomic divide is only reinforced by COVID-19. While we heed the government’s decisive call to curb the spread of the virus, we are also compelled to consider the far-reaching impact that it could have on our already disenfranchised and under-resourced communities. Read more...
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