Validity period for certain business licences extended

The Minister of Small Business Development has published a notice stating that if, as a result of the prevailing lockdown regulations, a business has been unable to renew their trading/business licence issued in terms of the Business Act of 1991 (as amended) and if that licence expired at any time during the period 26th May 2020 to the 30th June 2021 then the licence will be deemed to be valid and the validity period will be extended through to the 31st December 2022.

(Businesses involved in the sale, supply or transport of food/meals and or certain health and entertainment facilities are, in terms of the Business Act 1991, required to obtain a business/trading licence),

Click on the link below to view the notice.


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