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ECONOMY-FINANCE

The City of Cape Town Has Just Revealed Crucial Information To The Public.

https://ewn.co.za/2021/12/16/city-of-cape-town-approves-permit-fee-amnesty-for-active-informal-traders?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter CAPE TOWN - The SA Informal Traders Alliance said it invited a move by the City of Cape Town to allow a license charge reprieve to casual brokers, however stayed worried about those dealers who are still falling behind financially. The district endorsed the alleviation for dynamic casual brokers from the 1 January to June.

  9 months ago ago
The City of Cape Town Has Just Revealed Crucial Information To The Public.

SOCIETY

“We Are Scared South Africans Might Loot Our Shops and Kills Us” Foreigners In Durban Cries Out

Migrant dealers in Johannesburg say they have been working their slows down in dread for their wellbeing and occupations in the midst of dangers of assault by a xenophobic gathering. The SA Informal Traders Alliance (SAITA) has asked the public authority to mediate. "There are numerous unfamiliar laborers.

  7 months ago ago
“We Are Scared South Africans Might Loot Our Shops and Kills Us” Foreigners In Durban Cries Out

BUSINESS

Informal Traders write to NCCC

In an open letter addressed to the NCCC, dated on the 18th of May, the South African Informal Traders Alliance (SAITA) stated that they understood the measures put in place to fight Covid-19 but the informal trade industry has been hit the hardest by the cigarette ban, hence the need for the ban on tobacco products to be lifted. SAITA President Rosheda Muller, said that according to statistics, spaza shop owners and traders relied on the sale of tobacco products to a larger extent, which in some instances a

  2 years ago ago
Informal Traders write to NCCC

BUSINESS

"You'll See Us on the Street" The Battle Against Cigarretes Prohibition Begin

The South African Informal Traders Alliance (SAITA) has called on the government to lift the ban on the sale of cigarettes on the coming Level 3 lockdown or else they will troop to the streets. During his nation address, President Cyril Ramaphosa said the country will move to Level 3 on 1 June, however alcohol sales will resume partially but the ban on cigarette sales will continue. SAITA President, Rosheda Muller said a continued ban until Level 1 will definitely put informal traders on the streets. While

  2 years ago ago

HEALTH

Mixed reactions over cigarette ban ahead of level 4 lockdown

Reactions over the re - introduced ban on tobacco trade remain mixed. While the health sector continues to welcome the move, the informal sector said it continued to suffer under the restrictions. Informal traders say the ban on cigarettes in South Africa will erode the small income many street sellers depend on. They were reacting to news that government made an about turn on a decision to lift the ban on the sale of tobacco under levels 4 lockdown restrictions. Thousands of people working on city streets

  2 years ago ago
Mixed reactions over cigarette ban ahead of level 4 lockdown

POLITICS

“We are Scared For Our Lives Because Of Dudula Operation”- Foreigners In Gauteng Cries Out

Due to threats of violence by uprising groups against foreign citizens, immigrant entrepreneurs manning stalls in Johannesburg have expressed concern for their own safety and livelihood. It was requested that the government intervene by the South African Informal Traders Alliance (SAITA). "There are a large number of foreign workers."

  7 months ago ago
“We are Scared For Our Lives Because Of Dudula Operation”- Foreigners In Gauteng Cries Out

CRIME

Ongoing tobacco ban will turn informal traders into beggars, criminals into billionaires

The SA Informal Traders Alliance (Saita) has pleaded with the government to remove the ban on cigarette sales under level 3 of the lockdown, cautioning that the continuation of the ban will turn “legitimate informal traders into borrowers and illicit tobacco dealers into billionaires”. The alliance, the national voice of informal trade in SA, went on to say that an ongoing ban would add on pressure to government’s already huge social grant burden and turn “legitimate informal trad ers into beggars a

  2 years ago ago
Ongoing tobacco ban will turn informal traders into beggars, criminals into billionaires

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Immigrant traders in Gauteng are fearful of a wave of foreign national attacks.

An operation known as Operation Dudula forcibly removed immigrant traders from the Bara Taxi Rank in Diepkloof. Immigrant vendors in Johannesburg claim they have been running their stalls in dread of being attacked by a xenophobic group, threatening their safety and livelihoods. The South African Informal Traders Alliance (SAITA) has petitioned the government to intervene.

  7 months ago ago
Immigrant traders in Gauteng are fearful of a wave of foreign national attacks.

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Wave of foreign nationals attacks spark fear in Gauteng’s immigrant traders

Immigrant traders were forcibly removed from the Bara Taxi Rank in Diepkloof by a group known as Operation Dudula. Immigrant vendors in Johannesburg claim they have been operating their stalls in fear of being attacked by a xenophobic organization, putting their safety and livelihoods at risk. The SAITA (South African Informal Traders Alliance) has called on the government to intervene.

  7 months ago ago
Wave of foreign nationals attacks spark fear in Gauteng’s immigrant traders

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Immigrant traders in Gauteng fear for their safety after threats of xenophobic attacks

Immigrant entrepreneurs running booths in Johannesburg have expressed concern for their safety and livelihoods in the face of threats of violence by a xenophobic gang. The SAITA (South African Informal Traders Alliance) pleaded with the government to intervene. "There are a large number of international employees.

  7 months ago ago
Immigrant traders in Gauteng fear for their safety after threats of xenophobic attacks

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Informal Traders had enough of excessive Tax increase

The South African informal Traders Alliance (saita) says it cannot have excess tax increases on products. It's members sell as customers are already under financial pressure. Saita, which represents more than 2 million informal and micro businesses across S.A. Made this call on Tuesday before the budget speech by finance minister Enoch Godongwana on Wednesday.

  7 months ago ago
Informal Traders had enough of excessive Tax increase

POLITICS

Vpasa Are In Tears And Extremely Disappointed At Government’s Ongoing Decision To Ban Cigarettes

The fume items industry is fuming after President Cyril Ramaphosa reported that during the level 3 across the country lockdown the offer of these items and tobacco will stay disallowed, a move some state could additionally fuel the bootleg market.  Makers and retailers said they had by and by been abandoned. Asanda Gcoyi, CEO of the Vapour Products Association of South Africa (Vpasa), stated: "The affiliation is incredibly disillusioned at the administration's continuous choice to compare electronic Vapour

  2 years ago ago
Vpasa Are In Tears And Extremely Disappointed At Government’s Ongoing Decision To Ban Cigarettes