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Alert Level 1

Minimum restrictions. When South Africa shows a low virus spread and a high level of health sector readiness, there will be a movement towards Alert Level 1.

Currently, the Western Cape is under Alert Level 1.

 

We have developed a range of toolkits for each level of lockdown to assist you as a business.

What is the Western Cape C-19 Business Relief Fund


What is the Western Cape C-19 Business Relief Fund? The purpose of the Fund is to alleviate the economic impact on small and micro enterprises operating in the Western Cape caused by COVID-19. The Fund will provide relief in the form of...

AM I PERMITTED TO BE OUTSIDE MY HOUSE DURING CURFEW HOURS FOR WORK DURING ALERT LEVEL 1 IN South Africa?


Am I permitted to be outside my house during curfew hours for work during Alert Level 1 in South Africa? Yes, you are. According to the Level 1 Disaster Management Regulations, you may leave your residence between 12pm and 4am if you have...

WHAT PERMIT DO I NEED IF I HAVE TO WORK AFTER THE 12PM CURFEW UNDER ALERT LEVEL 1?


 WHAT PERMIT DO I NEED IF I HAVE TO WORK AFTER THE 12PM CURFEW UNDER ALERT LEVEL 1? If you need to be outside your place of residence between 12pm and 4am to perform a service permitted under Alert Level 1, then you need to carry a permit with...

Which activities are specially prohibited under Alert Level 1 in South Africa?


Which activities are specially prohibited under Alert Level 1 in South Africa? Night vigils. Night clubs. The 35 land borders that remain closed. Initiation practices. Passenger ships for international leisure purposes. ...

What personal movement is allowed under Alert Level 1?


The following personal movement is allowed under Alert Level 1 No limitation on personal movement but persons are encouraged to limit movement to essential travel Mandatory use of cloth masks (including home-made ones to cover nose and...

What businesses may operate under Alert Level 1?


All COVID-19 health and safety protocols must be followed at all times, including observance of guidelines for social distancing, sanitation and hygiene, and use of appropriate personal protective equipment, like cloth face masks, as determined...

Can I travel to South Africa under Alert Level 1?


Can I travel to South Africa under Alert Level 1? The Government of South Africa has announced that it will begin to partially open its borders from 1 October 2020. Foreign travellers from countries listed below as high risk are not allowed...

Have any airports been closed in South Africa?


Have any airports been closed in South Africa? As of 1 October 2020 airports may operate as follows:   International scheduled and Charter flights carrying passengers are allowed through the following airports: (i) OR Tambo...

What is the current protocol in place for international travellers arriving in South Africa from high-risk countries?


What is the Current protocol in place for international travellers arriving in South Africa from high-risk countries? The Government of South Africa has announced that it will begin to partially open its borders from 1 October 2020. Foreign...

Has the Department of Transport issued any regulations related to COVID-19?


AIR SERVICES Gazette 43752 of 1 October 2020 International flights and domestic flights International flights to and from the Republic, as well as domestic flights within the Republic, are permitted in terms of regulation 75, read with...

I am a foreigner from a high-risk country, but need to travel to South Africa for an emergency, can I still do so?


It is suggestion that you send an email to Covid19BusinessTravel@dha.gov.za explain your emergency. Your email should be supported by— (a) a copy of passport and/or temporary residence visa; (b) proof of business activities to be undertaken...

I have a visitor visa that expires during lockdown, what should I do?


I have a visa that expires during the lockdown, what should I do? The Department of Home Affairs is extending the validity period of legally issued visas which expired during the lockdown period to 31 January 2021. Holders of such visas are...

I am from a country, which under normal circumstances, does not need a visa for South Africa, do I need one now?


Any person from a country listed as having a high COVID-19 infection and transmission rate, who wishes to undertake a business travel into South Africa, may with effect from 01 October 2020, in writing, apply to the Minister of Home Affairs and...

When will flights resume?


The Government of South Africa has announced that it will begin to partially open its borders from 1 October 2020. International scheduled and Charter flights carrying passengers are allowed through the following airports: (i) OR Tambo...

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