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Following the relaxation of COVID-19 restrictions, the entertainment business is growing.

The entertainment industry is gradually recovering from the consequences of the Covid-19 epidemic. This benefits entrepreneurs who rely on these firms to grow. According to an informal traders' group, trading licenses are still an important problem that must be solved. However, they believe that their fortunes have improved after the complete reopening of amusement centers.

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The entertainment business was one of the hardest damaged by the effects of COVID-19. Stadiums and other entertainment venues have to close while maintaining their operations. According to Stadium Management South Africa, without the commercial firms, everything went downhill, with salaries needing to be reduced by up to 80%.

StadiumManagement CEO Bertie Grobbelaar thinks the company is beginning to recover. We're almost back to normal." A street vendor near Ellis Park Stadium claims that since the stadiums have resumed operations, things are practically back to normal.

Issac Khoza, a trader, claims that there is a difference since there are people who are occupied at the stadium and can thus support his company. The shutdown of the stadiums, however, according to the Informal Traders' Association, hurt informal companies. Many, according to the report, were unable to recuperate from the lockdown limitations' consequences.

"The company is doing well. You saw it coming, and it is now. Typically, it relies on the result or the attendees of the event. According to Brian Phaaloh, secretary of the InformalTraders Association, "So far, the first two games that they went to the stadium and tried to sell they didn't come back with anything so the business was going extremely well.


Source: https://www.sabcnews.com/sabcnews/entertainment-industry-picking-up-after-relaxed-covid-19-regulations/

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