Covid-19 and the law in South Africa
COVID-19 AND THE LAW: HOW FRAGILE IS SOUTH AFRICA’S DEMOCRACY TODAY?
From the Disaster Management Act to lockdown regulations, Covid-19 has had far-reaching legal implications for both citizens and government in South Africa. Dennis Davis, High Court judge and honorary professor of law at the University of Cape Town, unpacks the role of the law in a time of pandemic and asks: how fragile is our democracy today?
This lecture will be offered on the Microsoft Teams platform. Participants will be sent a link.