Covid-19

STATEMENT BY MINISTER OF HOME AFFAIRS ON RE-OPENING OF SOUTH AFRICA’S BORDERS

The Minister of Home Affairs, during a press release on 30 September 2020, released a list of countries from which leisure travellers will not be allowed into South Africa upon the reopening of borders and ports of entry for international travellers following South Africa’s move to Alert Level 1 of the national lockdown. Leisure travellers …

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COVID-19 AND THE UNCERTAINTIES OF LIFE: WHY YOU NEED AN ESTATE PLAN

The worldwide Covid-19 pandemic has led to uncertainties of life to everyone’s consideration. This is especially the situation due to this disease’s risks to elderly people who are at a high risk for severe complications. The uncertainties created by this disease can weigh intensely on an individual’s relatives who have to manage their loved one’s …

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I DO, OR I DON’T?

For those of you who have been planning to tie the knot with a lavish ceremony, you may want to think twice… The Department of Tourism has just issued its updated Regulations in terms of the Disaster Management Act, 57 of 2002, especially in so far as wedding ceremonies are concerned. Whilst you are more …

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THE RELAXATION OF CERTAIN SPORTING ACTIVITIES UNDER ALERT LEVEL 3

On 11 June 2020, the Minister of Sport, Arts, and Culture, Mr Nkosinathi Mthethwa, issued an Amended Direction and announced the opening of professional non-contact sport and the training of professional athletes as outlined in the Regulations to the Disaster Management Act, 57 of 2002 (“DMA”). Mr Mthethwa directed non-contact Sport Bodies to submit their …

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COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS ON DOMESTIC PASSENGER FLIGHTS AND GENERAL AVIATION

In the latest Regulations to the Disaster Management Act, 57 of 2002 (“DMA”), which came into force nationally on 1 June 2020, the position has remained that domestic passenger air travel for leisure purposes is excluded from operating until Directions with health protocols and social distancing measures are issued by the Cabinet member responsible for …

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