Submitted by Christina Pretorius, Director, Norton Rose Fulbright South Africa Inc

Further regulations regarding the implementation of South Africa’s COVID-19 lockdown were released on the evening of 25 March, just over a day before the lockdown takes effect at 24:59 on 26 March. The lockdown applies to everyone within the borders of South Africa, and seeks to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus.

The new regulations require every person to confine themselves to their place of residence unless strictly for the purpose of:

  • performing an essential service,
  • obtaining essential goods or services,
  • collecting a social grant, or seeking
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