Spaza shops to apply for MTN Relief Fund
In collaboration with eThekwini Municipality, MTN has invited all Spaza shops owners who were affected by the recent civil unrest to apply for its Spaza Relief Fund.
The July-August public destruction forced many Spaza shops owners to shut down their
operations, due to the fear of their property and stock being damaged.
On Tuesday, the Municipality announced that they had entered into a partnership with mobile network provider, MTN, to help Spaza shop owners to rebuild their businesses.
eThekwini Municipality urged spaza shop owners to ensure that they submit their applications for the Spaza Shop Relief Fund before Sunday, 12 September.
Ensure you submit your application for the Spaza Shop Relief Fund before Sunday, 12 September. pic.twitter.com/ftjWHq2eCU
— eThekwini Municipality (@eThekwiniM) September 7, 2021
According to the Municipality, applications can be either be hand delivered to the one-stop center located at the Durban Exhibition Centre, or sent via email together with their
motivational letters to: email@example.com.
Applicants are required to send letters accompanied by the applicant’s certified copy of their South African ID, proof of residence and picture of the spaza shop.