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Here is how much you will pay for breaking Alert Level 3 regulations

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In accordance with the Disaster Management Act Regulations R1423 dated 29 December 2020 a table of fines for breaking Alert Level 3 regulations have been published.

The admission of guilt fines are determined in terms of section 57(5) of the Criminal Procedure Act, N0. 51 of 1977 and will be exclusively valid for the duration of the Alert Level 3.

Contravening RegulationDescription of OffenceFine Amount
33(1) r/w regulation 33 (2) and 47Level 3: Failure to confine to place of residence from 21h00 to 06h00. (except person with permit to perform essential service)R1500
33(3) r/w regulation 47Failure to comply with closing time of 20h00 for establishments (eg. restaurant) as indicatedR3000
34(2) r/w regulation 47Failure to wear a face mask in public placeR300
34(2) r/w regulation 47Failure to comply with verbal instruction by an enforcement officer to wear a face maskR300
34(3) r/w regulation 47Failure to wear a face mask when –
(a) Using or operating any public transport; or
(b) Entering building or premises used by the public to obtain goods or service; or
(c) Be in public open space
34(7) r/w regulation 47Business premises exceeds prescribed number of customers and employeesR3000
43(1) r/w regulation 47Bus or taxi service exceeds 70% of licensed capacity for long-distance travel (200km or more)R3000
44(1) r/w regulation 47Illegal sale, dispensing, and distributing of liquor off-site and on-site consumptionR3000
44(2) r/w regulation 47Illegally consuming liquor in a public placeR1000
44(3) r/w regulation 47Illegal transportation of liquor (except from licensed for safekeeping)R1000
47 (1)Hindering, interfering with or obstructing an enforcement officerR5000
Fines for breaking adjusted Alert Level 3 regulations.
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