Weekly Advocacy Alert – 50-2020

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Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs
Disaster Management Act

Amendment of Directions issued in terms of the Regulations under the Disaster Management Act

Summary of Intent
The Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs has published an amendment of Directions issued in terms of the Regulations under the Disaster Management Act. The amendment relates toYour membership level does not allow you access to this content. If you feel you should have access on the below document, please log-in or Contact Us

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Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs
Disaster Management Act

Amendment of Directions issued in terms of the Regulations under the Disaster Management Act: Determination of Alert Level and Hotspots

Summary of Intent
The Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs has published an amendment of Directions issued in terms of the Regulations under the Disaster Management Act. The amendment relates to the determination of Alert Levels and Hotspots.Your membership level does not allow you access to this content. If you feel you should have access on the below document, please log-in or Contact Us

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Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs
Disaster Management Act

Amendment of Directions issued in terms of the Regulations under the Disaster Management Act

Summary of Intent
The Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs has published an amendment of Directions issued in terms of the Regulations under the Disaster Management Act. The amendment relates to:Your membership level does not allow you access to this content. If you feel you should have access on the below document, please log-in or Contact Us

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Department of Transport

Amendment of Directions issued in terms of the Regulations under the Disaster Management Act: Public Transport Services

Summary of Intent
The Department of Transport has published an amendment of Directions issued in terms of the Regulations under the Disaster Management Act in the Public Transport. The amendment relates to all the operating licenses and accreditation certificates for tourist and charter transport services that expire during the period that commenced from 26 March 2020 up to and including 28 February 2021. These are deemed to be valid and their validity period is extended for a further grace period ending on 31 August 2021.Your membership level does not allow you access to this content. If you feel you should have access on the below document, please log-in or Contact Us

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Department of Health
Disaster Management Act

Amendment of Directions issued in terms of the Regulations under the Disaster Management Act

Summary of Intent
The Department of Health has published an amendment of Directions issued in terms of the Regulations under the Disaster Management Act. The amendment relates to screening of persons entering the Republic.Your membership level does not allow you access to this content. If you feel you should have access on the below document, please log-in or Contact Us

ENERGY

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Department of Mineral Resources and Energy
Eskom Holdings SOC Ltd

Eskom Group Interim Results for the Six Months ended 30 September 2020

Summary of Intent
Eskom Holdings SOC Ltd has published the Eskom group interim results for the six months ended 30 September 2020. Eskom achieved a net profit of R83-million for the six months to September 2020. However, the financial lights are already fading and its financial performance is expected to deteriorate in the second half of the financial year due to seasonality factors, with increased summer maintenance and expenditure required to ensure security of supply, coupled with reduced demand and lower summer tariffs. Your membership level does not allow you access to this content. If you feel you should have access on the below document, please log-in or Contact Us

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Department of Mineral Resources and Energy
National Energy Regulator of South Africa
Petroleum Pipelines Levies Act

Levy and Interest Payable on Petroleum Pipelines Industry

Summary of Intent
The Department of Mineral Resources and Energy in concurrence with the National Treasury has approved the budget and levies for the petroleum pipelines industry in terms of section 2(4) of the Petroleum Pipelines Levies Act, as proposed by the National Energy Regulator of South Africa, for the 2020/21 financial year. The levy for the petroleum pipelines is 0.39734 ell, in respect of the amount of petroleum, measured in litres, delivered by importers, refiners and producers to the inlet flanges of petroleum pipelines and will be paid by the person holding the title to the petroleum immediately after it has entered the inlet flange . Your membership level does not allow you access to this content. If you feel you should have access on the below document, please log-in or Contact Us

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Department of Mineral Resources and Energy
National Energy Regulator of South Africa
Gas Regulator Levies Act

Levy and Interest Payable on Piped-Gas Industry

Summary of Intent
The Department of Mineral Resources and Energy in concurrence with the National Treasury has approved the budget and levies for the piped-gas industry in terms of section 2(4) of the Gas Regulator Levies Act, as proposed by the National Energy Regulator of South Africa, for the 2020/21 financial year. The levy for piped-gas is 42.995 c/Gj in respect of the amount of gas, measured in gigajoule, delivered by importers and producers to the inlet flanges of transmission or distribution pipelines, and will be paid by the person holding the title to the gas at the inlet flange.Your membership level does not allow you access to this content. If you feel you should have access on the below document, please log-in or Contact Us

CLIMATE CHANGE

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Department of Environment, Forestry and Fisheries
National Environmental Management: Air Quality Act
Carbon Tax Act

Sequestration of Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Summary of Intent
The Carbon Tax Act provides for the sequestration of greenhouse gas emissions and for sequestration activities (under certain conditions) to be subtracted from combustion-related greenhouse gas emissions; to result in a lower tax liability.Your membership level does not allow you access to this content. If you feel you should have access on the below document, please log-in or Contact Us

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