COVID-19 forces KC Retail to close
COVID-19 forces KC Retail to close

Posted in Features, News on Mar 18, 2020.

In the interest of our employees, partners, clients and supporters’ health, Kaizer Chiefs has decided to temporarily close the retail shops located at the Kaizer Chiefs Village in Naturena and the store located at Tramshed shopping centre in Pretoria.

The COVID-19 pandemic outbreak demands that we take all the necessary proactive steps to help reduce and deal with the spread of the disease that has engulfed the world.

The decision to close the retail outlets is brought about by our interest in reducing contact between our retail staff, players and supporters in order to minimise risk and potential exposure to the pandemic.

Supporters wishing to purchase any product over the next few days can make use of our online platform by logging on and place their orders. It is seamless and safe to shop on the platform. We will maintain our excellent service and improve our supporters’ experience by adding more products on the platform.

We have also made it affordable for our supporters to shop online because those who spend R500 or more on the KC DigiStore will receive free shipping and delivery within the borders of South Africa.

Those wishing to connect to KC Mobile can purchase their starter packs from various Vodacom shops at different malls and shopping centres around the country.

We appeal for calm and maximum care during this uncertain period as the world grapples with the Coronavirus. We advise that we follow all the guidelines communicated by the World Health Organisation (WHO) and our government. Let’s wash our hands regularly, minimise contact risk between people and cover your mouth with your elbow when you sneeze or cough and avoid gatherings with many people.

Please continue to follow our platforms on social media and our website for regular updates of when we will re-open our stores, when the current situation changes or improves.

Together we can stop the spread of the Coronavirus by protecting ourselves and educating others about the risks.

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