The expansion project is set to create at least 50 permanent new jobs, with more to follow.
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Engelbrecht is also a director of three South African based companies, including Ayanda South Africa, with its head office listed in Bantry Bay, Cape Town,
The expansion project was expected to create 400 permanent new jobs and make many more service-related employment opportunities available.
“What I am trying to do is to keep income coming in so I can keep my staff employed. I’m not considering retrenchments,”
“Jobs are not “nice-to-haves”. They are the difference between putting food on the table and starving. We have to treat this second pandemic with equal determination because it will also cost lives.”
“At the end of it all it goes some way but we’re still far off and businesses are going to continue to bleed, retrenchments are coming in large volumes,”
The industry will need to have more relaxed regulations in order to benefit from resuming business.
Cape Town is home to 60 percent of all South African startups.
South Africa lacks the financial resources to brave the extended closure of companies.