Major CIPC Shutdown: Brace for a 4-Day Service Break in June

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  • The Companies and Intellectual Property Commission (CIPC) has announced a scheduled electrical maintenance from 15th to 19th June 2023, during which all its systems will be unavailable.
  • The maintenance is necessary to ensure the continued efficiency and reliability of CIPC’s systems. All services, including the filing of annual returns and registration of companies and intellectual property, will be affected.
  • The CIPC has apologized for the inconvenience and advised customers to plan their activities accordingly. They assure that all services will be restored as soon as possible after the maintenance period.

In a recent press release, the Companies and Intellectual Property Commission (CIPC) has announced a scheduled electrical maintenance that will affect all its systems. The maintenance is set to commence on Thursday, 15th June 2023 at 16h00 and conclude on Monday, 19th June 2023 at 07h00.

During this period, all applications and services provided by the CIPC will be unavailable. This includes the filing of annual returns, registration of companies and intellectual property, and all other services offered through the CIPC’s online portal.

The CIPC has apologised in advance for any inconvenience that this may cause to its customers. The organisation has assured its stakeholders that the maintenance is necessary to ensure the continued efficiency and reliability of its systems.

The maintenance will be carried out at the dti Campus (Block F – Entfutfukweni), located at 77 Meintjies Street, Sunnyside, Pretoria. For any queries or concerns, customers can reach out to the CIPC via their call centre at 086 100 2472 or email at icthelpdesk@cipc.co.za.

While the disruption may cause some temporary inconvenience, it is a necessary step to ensure the smooth operation of the CIPC’s systems in the long run. Customers are advised to plan their activities accordingly to avoid any disruption in their business operations.

The CIPC appreciates the understanding and patience of its customers during this period and assures them that all services will be up and running at the earliest after the maintenance period.

This announcement comes as a reminder of the importance of regular system maintenance in ensuring the smooth operation of digital services, particularly those that play a crucial role in the business sector. As we increasingly rely on digital platforms for various business operations, such maintenance activities are essential to prevent system failures and ensure uninterrupted service delivery.

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