Date: 20 JULY 2020
TEMPORARY CLOSURE OF THE CSOS HEAD OFFICE AND GAUTENG CLIENT SERVICE CENTER DUE TO COVID-19
SANDTON – The CSOS Head Office and Gauteng Client Service Centre offices will be closed with immediate effect from Monday, 20 July 2020 until further notice, due to a case of an employee who tested positive for COVID-19 at the sister organisation EAAB, which shares the building with the CSOS.
The temporary closure is a precautionary measure to allow for health and safety protocols to be adhered to, including deep cleaning, and sanitizing the offices.
During the temporary closure CSOS staff members will be working remotely. Members of the public are encouraged to contact the CSOS using electronic means on the following email addresses:
The CSOS supports the Department of Health’s call to the public to practice good hygiene habits, including the washing of hands, sanitising, the wearing masks and keeping a safe distance.
For further CSOS Covid-19 and operational safety related enquires contact: Ms. Ivy Masete on email@example.com
For more information contact:
Manager Marketing and Communications
About the CSOS
The CSOS was established in terms of the Community Schemes Service Act, 2011 (Act 9 of 2011) to regulate the conduct of parties within community schemes and to ensure their good governance.
Community Schemes are defined in the CSOS Act as “living arrangements where there is shared use of and responsibility for land/buildings such as sectional title, homeowners ’associations, retirement housing schemes, share block companies and housing cooperatives.”
The CSOS came into operation on the 7th of October 2016 when the CSOS Act was proclaimed into law by the President with a mandate to:
In terms of the CSOS Act, all community schemes must be registered with the CSOS. To find out more www.csos.org.za