The effects of the global coronavirus pandemic are being felt in an unprecedented way. As a result, President Ramaphosa declared a national state of disaster. We note that there is much uncertainty at this time, but we are monitoring the situation very closely and consulting with our health and safety experts to stay abreast of all developments. Your safety and the safety of all our shoppers is and will always be our top priority. To this end, we feel it important to share with you the steps we will be implementing to give effect to President Ramaphosa’s action plan.
New hygiene and cleaning protocol
Changes to tenants
Certain restaurants and other businesses with liquor licences (that sell alcohol) have been affected by regulations issued by Government. The regulations state that such businesses may not have more than 50 persons on the premises at any one time, and no alcohol may be sold between 18h00 and 9h00 on weekdays and Saturdays, and after 13h00 on Sundays. Also, liquor stores with off-consumption licenses must also adhere to these trading hours. Many of our tenants have also partnered with delivery services to provide the added convenience of brining some of your favourite times straight to you.
Social awareness As you will no doubt have seen, we have undertaken a social media awareness campaign highlighting the best practices you should observe as directed by the World Health Organisation to mitigate the risk of COVID-19.