Business owner Dale Dodgen applied for funds under the new R40bn relief programme to keep her small enterprise in Cape Town afloat and pay employees missing work during the lockdown to fight Covid-19.

Her company, Chavonne’s Battery Museum, which provides walking tours for visitors to experience the history of Cape Town from the 1600s, is yet to receive a response after an initial request for additional supporting documents for her application to the Unemployment Insurance  Fund (UIF),  which runs the scheme...

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