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Takealot resumes with delivery of essential goods, limiting item purchases per customer

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South African e-commerce company, Takealot, has announced that it has resumed with its operations of essential goods, as of Monday, 30 March 2020.

In a statement today, 31 March 2020, Takealot stated, “As of Monday evening, 30 March 2020, [Takealot] reopened for trade. We will focus on the sale and delivery of essential goods as authorised and prescribed by the South African government.” The company explained that it has put together a comprehensive selection of essential goods, which include nappies, vitamins, coffee, tea, and other grocery items.

Takealot has also noted the precautionary measures in place to monitor the purchase of non-essential items by placing limitations for each customer. “We will be restricting customers to no more than five of these items per checkout. We monitor buying behaviour and may expand on these key products as the need arises,” the statement read.

The company has ensured customers that all health precautions will be taken seriously and advised that drivers would not be accepting cash on delivery. Drivers will continue to comply with the contactless delivery process and customers will not be able to pick up their items from any of the Takealot pick-up points.

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Sayushka Naidoo
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