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Africa Regulatory Insight: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Regulatory Measures
ENSafrica, March 2021

ENSafrica recently released Africa Regulatory Insight: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Regulatory Measures. This comprehensive report outlines the COVID-19 regulatory measures for each country across Sub-Sahara Africa, providing the sector, measure, effective date/status and key points and impact for each region. The information provided herein is intended to provide a general overview, and is not an exhaustive list of all legislatice developments across Sub-Sahara. For more information, please contact [email protected] View PDF Here   ENSafrica recently released Africa Regulatory Insight: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Regulatory Measures...

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Can Employers Justify Compelling Employees to Receive the COVID-19 Vaccine?
ENSafrica, February 2021

South African law currently does not have any legislation that specifically requires employees to take the COVID-19 vaccination. The president was also emphatic that no one would be forced to take the vaccination, which is being rolled out in a governmental attempt to vaccinate 67% of the population (approximately 40-million people in South Africa). In the previous article in this series, we discussed employees’ constitutional rights to bodily integrity, culture and religion in anticipation of pushback against the vaccine...

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South African Employers: Are your Employees as Excited about the COVID-19 Vaccine as You Are?
ENSafrica, January 2021

The government’s recent announcement of its plan to roll-out the Coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine nationwide has triggered many questions and concerns, highlighting a collision of seemingly conflicting rights and obligations in various spheres of life. With the first vaccines arriving on our shores on 1 February 2021, there are likely some employees out there who are not as excited about the arrival of the vaccine as their employers are.  Employers should anticipate (and may well have already experienced) opposition from those in their workforces who are resistant to taking vaccines for various reasons...

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Battling COVID-19: Mechanisms for Access to Antiviral Products and Diagnostics
ENSafrica, November 2020

IP landscape While the world is in the grip of the deadly COVID-19 pandemic, the patenting of pharmaceutical and biological compositions and the launch of generic products is even more hotly debated than before, particularly in the world's developing and least-developed countries. For many years, in the context of the devastating local HIV epidemic, organisations such as the Treatment Action Campaign and Medicines Sans Frontiers have challenged the government on the inadequacy of local IP laws to provide access to medicines...

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Mauritius: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Impact on Financial Institutions
ENSafrica, April 2020

The outbreak of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and the incidental measures adopted by the Mauritian government represent serious potential impact for financial institutions in general. Below, we examine the recourses available to borrowers facing financial hardship as a result of the pandemic and its aftermath. We consider only credit facilities, that is, agreements by which financial institutions advance money to their clients for repayment either in instalments or at term. MEASURES IMPLEMENTED FOLLOWING DECISION OF THE GOVERNMENT/THE REGULATOR The Mauritian Government has announced several measures to alleviate the obligations of borrowers in response to the Pandemic...

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