In the midst of uncertainty one fact remains: businesses have to rethink, restrategise and reposition themselves in order to thrive in the circumstances brought about by COVID-19. The Post is no exception to this. Despite our very best efforts, we have had to face the reality that businesses that have always supported us in the form of advertisements, simply cannot afford to do so at the moment. As this source of income is our only revenue, we have decided to take a two-month “sabbatical” to give us much needed time to put into place new strategies that will carry The Post into the future. There has been a huge demand for printed copies, from advertisers and readers alike. Although we have only been able to publish digitally since May 2020, especially as printing costs have increased by almost 30%, we have committed ourselves to fulfilling this need. The only way that we will be able to do this is if our advertisers come on board again and we start selling the newspaper in printed and digital format. We will, therefore, use September and October to put everything into place, and relaunch the printed edition, alongside the digital version, with renewed vigour andenthusiasm in November. Please check our Facebook page and website for any updates.