Topic: Education, Trade and Business (including licenses) | Posted By: aphillip
Tuesday, 17 February 2015 - 9:30am
The Department of Trade and Consumer Affairs is advising all participants currently enrolled in the Power Move Academy (PMAC), that the next two entrepreneurship development training sessions have been rescheduled to February 27 and April 10.
If you have a consumer complaint you are required to make first contact with the business in question. Try talking to a manager and see if your problem can be resolved at this level. If you are still not satisfied after contacting the business, then you may file a complaint with the Department of Trade & Consumer Affairs.
The Department of Trade & Consumer Affairs functions as a one-stop business center, and as an interface between the business community and the government, focusing on both specific sector needs and areas for industry/trade development for economic growth.