Well-known academic, professor Dewald van Niekerk says the current transitional regulations, in place for the next 30 days, can be challenged in court.
The regulations came into effect after the State of Disaster regulations fell away at midnight last week Monday evening.
Van Niekerk, founder and head of the African Centre for Disaster Studies at North-West University spoke to Newsroom Afrika and says the transitional regulations baffle his mind.
He says any regulation, to be enforceable, should function under some form of law.
Read more on the regulations here.
- South Africans who suffered adverse reactions after receiving a Covid-19 vaccine can claim financial compensation.
- The National State of Disaster could be reinstated if the next wave of the Covid-19 pandemic is worse than expected.
- The End to the State of Disaster: The pandemic will be managed through the Health Act instead.
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