Tourism Minister unpacks amended Level 3 regulations

Following the issuing of advanced alert Level 3 regulations for tourism, Tourism Minister Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane confirms that no domestic leisure stays and activities will be allowed in this phase. While President Cyril Ramaphosa said in his address on 17 June that Cabinet had decided to ease restrictions on certain economic activities including “accredited and licensed […]

ASATA Live Webinar: Dealing With Refunds And Cancellations

Thank you to those who attended the ASATA Live webinar where ASATA’s legal counsel, Elizabeth de Stadler and  Consumer Goods & Services Ombud Complaint Manager, Nicky Stetka discussed several key points in relation to refunds and cancellations. If you would like to catch-up on what was covered during the webinar please click on the links below: […]

Government releases amendments to Level 3 regulations

The Ministry of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (COGTA) released an official gazette on 25 June stipulating the amendments to the Level 3 regulations. Leisure Travel The gazette stipulates that people may leave their place of residence to “travel for leisure purposes as allowed under Alert Level 3″. However, the following activities will remain prohibited: […]