The City of Cape Town is offering guest houses and B&Bs temporary relief, which in some cases could see their rates bills slashed by up to 50%. 

The city said this is part of efforts to alleviate the financial burden on tourism establishments as a result of Covid-19. The government is battling to contain the rapidly spreading pandemic that has rattled the global economy, with the tourism industry set to be the hardest hit...

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