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21 lockdown admission of guilt fines (a list of penalties for each offence)

Written by: Kabous le Roux

The lockdown admission of guilt fines in respect of offences committed in terms of the Disaster Management Act Regulations 2020:

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  • Intentionally exposing someone to Covid-19: R5000

  • Failure to confine yourself to your place of residence. (Otherwise than mentioned below.) I.e. leave his or her place of residence illegally: R500

  • Going to work without a permit: R500

  • Buy goods that are not permitted: R500

  • Illegally move children: R1000

  • Illegally walk, run or cycle: R500

  • Illegally leaving her or his place of residence between 8:00 pm and 5:00 am: R500

  • Illegally moving between provinces, metropolitan areas and districts: R1000

  • Illegal eviction of a person(s): R5000

  • Visit premises or places closed to the public: R1000

  • Sell, dispense or distribute liquor: R2000

  • Sell tobacco products, e-cigarettes and related products: R1000

  • Retail stores selling illegal goods: R1000

  • Making a misrepresentation that any person is infected with Covid-19: R3000

  • Publishing of any statement to deceive any other person about Covid-19: R2000

  • Publishing of any statement to deceive any other person about the infection status of any person: R3000

  • Publishing of any statement to deceive any other person about any measure taken by the Government to address Covid-19: R1000

  • Disclosing any information contained in the Covid-19 Tracing Database: R1000

  • Failure by accommodation establishment to transmit to the Director-General: Health, for inclusion in the Covid-19 Tracing Database, the required information regarding every person staying at the accommodation establishment during the period of lockdown: R2000

  • Convening of a gathering: R3000

  • Hinder/Interfere or obstruct an enforcement officer in the execution of his or her duties under the Disaster Management Act Regulations 2020: R2000

This article first appeared on CapeTalk : 21 lockdown admission of guilt fines (a list of penalties for each offence)




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