Watch: Latest Skeem Saam Episode 214 S8 for Friday, 1 May 2020

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Watch: Latest Skeem Saam Episode 214 S8 for Friday, 1 May 2020

On tonight’s episode: A regretful Rachel may have gone too far with her drug plot.  Jonas reveals his heart and truth to Emma but will she give him a chance? Malebana and Babeile are forced to contact Turf’s number one enemy about a certain case.

Watch: Latest Skeem Saam episode – 1 May 2020

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If you missed Thursday’s episode, you can watch it here.

Monday on Skeem Saam

Marothi’s nagging suspicions about his long slumber heighten and nothing can stop him from getting to the truth. A learner nearly misses the bus to the most talked about trip at Turf High. Lehasa is intrigued when someone informs him that his nemesis has been dealt with.

Read all about what’s happening in Skeem Saam in May over here.

About Skeem Saam

Pretty crosses a potentially dangerous line with her brother’s best friend. Charles worries about the release of his nemesis from prison. Clement struggles to get through to Manaka.

The show first aired in October 2011. It has gone on to become one of South Africa’s most beloved dramas. By thrusting teens into adult scenarios, it’s become a hit with TV viewers of all generations. It’s ‘coming of age’ premise continues to set it apart from rival soapies, too.

When and where to watch Skeem Saam

It airs on SABC1 Mondays to Fridays at 18:30, DSTV Channel 191. If you’re unable to catch the latest episode when it airs, we’ll be publishing full episodes shared on SABC’s YouTube channel. Stick with us, and you’ll never miss a show again.

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Restaurants put off by high commission fees of delivery services

Restaurants don't want to pay high commission fees to delivery services like Uber Eats and Mr D.

Restaurants put off by high commission fees of delivery services

As South Africa enters lockdown level four and restrictions are eased delivery services are gearing up to serve a flood of customers, but not every restaurant is on board with existing delivery services.

Some restaurateurs have considered bringing their delivery in-house because of the high commission rates charged by delivery services like Mr Delivery or Uber Eats.

Restaurants put off by high commission fees

Eateries looking to restart activity will need to adapt to delivery only dining with pick-ups only available at lockdown level two, and in-store dining only permitted at level one.

Wendy Alberts, CEO of the Restaurant Association of South Africa (RASA),urged business owners to adapt to the times and view the challenges as an opportunity to innovate.

 “The evolution of our industry has been exponential, and restaurants are looking to supplement (their own delivery service) as a solution to the problem,” Alberts said this week.

“One of the good things that has happened is our restaurants are looking at bringing their delivery services in house. There has indeed been a movement in the sector for other operators to come in and help the industry.” 

An alternative to Uber Eats run by ride-sharing competition Bolt will be launched in May. Bolt Food will be charging restaurants 15% commission for lockdown levels four and three.

In response to criticism MrD Food CEO, Devin Sinclair announced the introduction of a commission relief scheme. 

“We will also be implementing initiatives to support the restaurant industry as they reopen,” Sinclair said in a statement released by the company.

“As a first step, we are introducing a commission relief scheme which reduces the commission rates for the vast majority of our restaurant partners.

“We have also allocated marketing funds to drive promotional initiatives to generate orders and revenue for neighbourhood restaurants.

“Lastly, we will be launching a new feature in the Mr D Food app that will allow customers to support their favourite restaurants, by making a contribution directly to the restaurant when placing a delivery order. We believe that by working together with the industry, we can help give restaurants a chance to begin to recover from the financial effects of the lockdown.” 

Level 4 lockdown, day one: Here’s everything that has changed on Friday

Many eateries chose not to open on 1 May and have targeted a return to work on Monday 4 May after the Worker’s Day long weekend. Other restaurants have said they will not be opening at all at level four of the national lockdown.

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