The Western Cape Department of Local Government says there was relatively good compliance to COVID-19 safety protocols during Black Friday sales across the province, except for a few instances. Police and other authorities were dispatched across the province to monitor if COVID-19 Rules were in place. Department spokesperson, James-Brent Styan:[…]
The Western Cape Department of Local Government has called on shoppers to follow COVID-19 safety protocols during Black Friday today. Local Government Ministry spokesperson James-Brent Styan has urged residents to avoid crowding in small enclosed spaces. He says large gatherings of people where regulations are not followed, will increase the[…]
Ever since the Black Friday craze hit South Africa, locals have come to expect mayhem in shopping centres throughout the country. However, despite the ‘must-have deals’ and 50% off sales, buyers need to be aware of their rights and responsibilities when making transactions. All goods carry a six months Consumer[…]
Black Friday is around the corner. November 29 to be exact. It is a huge discount-driven shopping day, held annually the day after the American holiday, Thanksgiving. It has slowly become one of SA’s biggest shopping days. Here are some dos, don’ts and definitely don’ts to make your shopping experience[…]
In what has been described as Black Friday, throngs of media workers were expected to picket outside the SABC offices in Joburg and Cape Town on Friday morning in solidarity with journalists suspended for standing against a censorship policy that has been likened to apartheid-era tendencies. This as journalists suspended[…]
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