At an amateur SARU meeting in April 2022, it was decided that only children who provide proof of vaccination against SARS-CoV-2 could participate. While this decision has since been retracted, this discrimination threatens not only to undermine some of the good work SARU has done in developing young players, but is also an affront to various children’s rights.
If you have been injured by a COVID-19 vaccine, you should make a claim against the Vaccine Injury No-Fault Compensation Scheme by 4 May 2022.
A Code of Good Practice is not a law, merely a guideline to be taken into account when interpreting an actual law. It cannot create new rights or obligations for employers or employees. With the end of the State of Disaster, this letter can be used to inform an employer that mandatory vaccination schemes no longer have a basis in law.
The proposed Health Act amendments threaten pandemic measures for any respiratory disease. If that is not the world you want to live in, ultimately, you will need to change it by standing up.
The Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs proposes changing the Disaster Management Act regulations so that they continue to apply after the State of Disaster ends. These are PANDA’s comments.
Since it looks like the geniuses in the South African government seem to be entertaining the idea of forever masking, why don’t we go back to the initial MAC advisory (dated 9 April 2020) that gave us masks mandates in the first place.
Many companies have already implemented mandatory vaccination schemes for the employees and now seek to extend the policies to anyone entering their premises, including suppliers, tenants and consultants. What are your rights if you are on the receiving end of one of these policies?
Prepared by our legal team for use if your employer has decided on a mandatory vaccination policy. This pamphlet not only explains your rights, but also provides the laws that back you up.
A draft letter for employers regarding disclosure of vaccination status, written by our legal team for South Africa.
The University of Cape Town committed to reply to PANDA’s series of questions stemming from their Student Engagement Session on Mandatory Vaccination. Since no reply has been forthcoming, PANDA members have answered the questions themselves, in what has turned out to be an excellent takedown of UCT’s bad science. Can you trust that your University is not lying to you?