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Article Themes website November 20212 gender based violence

The shadow pandemic – Don’t be a victim, break the silence!

As the COVID-19 pandemic ran rampant in our society, a second pandemic of domestic violence filled the homes of innocent women. Learn more about gender-based violence cases during lockdown in South Africa and the proactive steps you can take to ensure your and your loved one’s safety.
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Lockdown law breakers & fines for offences

Determination of admission of guilt fines in respect of offences in terms of the disaster management act 2002(act no 57 of 2002) regulations 2020. Note these fines are published by Magistrates' Courts Judiciary Republic of South Africa Gauteng Admin region 5A. The fines applicable to your area may differ.
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Domestic Abuse

I am living with an abuser and am scared to be in lockdown with them

It's not just a physical attack, but can also include, sexual, emotional, psychological or economic harm
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Mom Daughter

Divorce & co-parenting during the lockdown

I am divorced and co-parenting. What happens to my children during the lockdown?
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Pulled over by the police

Lockdown living rules

Understanding some of the rules around the lockdown.
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Man With Debt

COVID-19: Dealing with Debt and Money matters

What to do if you cannot pay your accounts or your rent
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Covid19 If I Get Sick

COVID-19: Staying covered if you get sick

If you get the Covid-19 virus, you cannot go to work. It does not matter if you do not feel very sick. You must still stay at home or in hospital. Otherwise, you will be putting other people’s lives at risk.
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Labour Rights

Coronavirus (COVID-19) and your rights at work

The world is facing a health crisis with the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, and every workplace has to help fight it.
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Lts Feb 2020 Newsletter Banner Images Sized For Website Corona Virus

COVID-19: You cannot refuse isolation

If you are diagnosed with COVID-19, you will be told to go into quarantine. This means you have to stay in isolation (in a space by yourself) and may not come into contact with other people.
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Sa Coronavirus Hotline

Coronavirus government hotline

The South Africa Coronavirus (Covid-19) hotline is 0800 029 999. Please use this hotline if you display any signs of the virus, don’t go to your Doctor and infect him or her and everybody in the waiting room. By calling the hotline, someone will come to you to have you tested for the virus. Share this number with everyone you know.
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