Start with taking stock of your finances and drawing up a survival budget.
Banks are due to start rolling out commercial Covid-19 loans backed by the state in coming weeks, with up to R200 billion on offer.
The Unemployment Insurance Fund has introduced a special new coronavirus benefit, aimed at workers affected by the pandemic crisis.
The first payments of the temporary R350-per-month unemployment will be made by 15 May, government confirmed.
Treasury has announced new emergency measures to boost companies' cash-flow and prevent job losses due to the coronavirus crisis.
There is now a range of measures - from government, banks, and insurers - available to South African businesses and individuals amid a crippling corona-induced economic crisis.
Allon Raiz, CEO of business incubator Raizcorp, shares his views and insights on weathering the storm and even thriving after it.
As an entrepreneur, the important thing to do right now is to force yourself through these two natural states quickly and get yourself to a place first of acceptance and then immediately afterwards to a place of rational thinking.
You may have credit insurance on your home loan, credit card, short-term loan, or vehicle loan.
Cape Town and Stellenbosch are offering special measures to help residents who can't pay because of Covid-19.