Do you feel provisions in the lockdown regulations should be amended (too restrictive/not restrictive enough)?
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DearSA, in collaboration with a number of other civil organisations, is drafting new regulations to present to government. The new regulations will propose a compromise between civil society and government to encourage public cooperation, ensure continued economic activity and prevent civil unrest – in an effort to assist government in its objective to contain the virus.
In order to accurately meet the needs of all communities and government, your participation and/or comment is essential. Please scroll down to have your say or provide suggestions which are relevant or unique to your community, your business or yourself. Please note, we respect your privacy and will not reveal or share any personal information.
Mass participation by all South Africans is essential in order to accurately draft lockdown regulations which accommodate us all.
Have your say – shape this policy.
Important to note; This is a legally mandated public policy-shaping process. By using DearSA’s platform you ensure an accurate record is held by civil society (so government cannot dispute participation facts or figures) which forms a solid foundation for a legal case should the necessity arise. It is not a petition. Your input must, by law, be individually acknowledged and considered by government.
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