Limited domestic air travel for business purposes will be allowed during risk level three, subject to restrictions on the number of flights per day and authorisation based on the reason for travel.
South Africa, like many countries in the world, has implemented travel restrictions as part of the measures put in place to fight the spread of Covid-19. Travel between countries is allowed in special circumstances.
Leisure domestic travel and international travel in and out of South Africa will not take place until further notice. South Africa's borders will remain closed during alert level 3 with the exception of repatriation flights in/out of South Africa.
South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced an easing of some lockdown restrictions. The country’s borders will however remain closed. All international and domestic flights are prohibited with the exception of repatriation flights.
The most recent request for a further bailout made by South African Airways "SAA" has been declined by Government. We have included a FAQ summary herewith.
Businesses may see real benefits from the adaptions of a work from home model for certain resources within their organisations.
Leadership can be tricky at the best of times, but the ability to keep a team productive, disciplined and engaged over the next few weeks in lockdown, will prove to be challenging for even the most experienced leaders among us.
China is already working hard to return to a full state of normalcy following the outbreak. Schools are reopening, people are returning to work and its makeshift hospitals are currently closed as the number of active cases drops.
Remote working the new normal, it’s a new standard of productivity that organisations will have to master to keep business afloat over the coming weeks, and possibly longer.
In these uncertain times, we are all trying to come to terms with the ‘normal’, which is remote working. For some, this is the first time having to work from home and for these people, it’s all about embracing a new way of working.
As the country faces its first lockdown in history, due to the COVID-19 outbreak, we see South Africans unite as never before.
What FCM would like you inform you of during South Africa's National Lockdown: