Relocating regulations amended with certain conditions

Relocating regulations amended with certain conditions

If you were meant to move house during the lockdown period - government says you now can - with certain conditions. 

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Cooperative Governance Minister, Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma has amended the regulations governing the movement of people and goods under level four of the lockdown. 

You have until 7 June to move to a different property and take your belongings like household furniture with you. 

Now, government says this is if new lease agreements were entered into before or during the lockdown or the transfer of the property occurred before that period. 

If you're moving to another province, municipality or district - you'll have to obtain a 'permit to travel' from the station commander of a police station. 

You'll also need to carry the signed lease agreement or transfer documents.

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