Business organisation Sakeliga has published a new report looking at how South African companies are coping with the coronavirus lockdown.

423 respondents participated in the survey which took place from 5 – 9 June as the country moved to level 3 of its Covid-19 regulations.

Businesses with fewer than 50 employees accounted for 96% of respondents, while approximately 75% of the respondents indicated ten or fewer employees in their companies.

The data shows that in June nearly eight in ten (77%) of respondents indicated that their company was allowed to trade. By comparison only five in ten of respondents said that they could trade in May’s survey.

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