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  1. Namibia - Public Health Policy And Regulations - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Amendment of Stage 2: State of Emergency - Covid-19 Regulations: Namibian Constitution (Proclamation No. 21 of 2020). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2020-06-01 | Date of end of application: 2020-06-29 | NAM-2020-R-110040

    Extends the Stage 2 Proclamation to cover Stage 3 of the State of Emergency. Application is now extended until 29 June 2020. Also makes some amendments.

  2. Namibia - Public Health Policy And Regulations - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Amendment of State of Emergency - Covid-19: Further Suspension of Operation of Provisions of Certain Laws and Ancillary Matters Regulations: Namibian Constitution (Proclamation No. 22 of 2020). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2020-06-01 | NAM-2020-R-110043

  3. Namibia - Public Health Policy And Regulations - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Stage 2: State of Emergency - Covid-19 Regulations: Namibian Constitution (Proclamation No 17 of 2020). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2020-05-04 | Date of end of application: 2020-06-01 | NAM-2020-R-110038

    Inter alia, defines “vulnerable employee” as expecting mothers, nursing mothers, employees with pre-existing conditions such as a heart disease, high blood pressure, respiratory problems, obesity, diabetes, tuberculosis or a condition which might compromise the immune system of the employee.
    The regulations also set out additional provisions relating to workplace
    9. (1) Heads of institutions are encouraged to allow vulnerable employees to work from home, subject to suitable arrangements between the employer and employee.
    (2) Heads of institutions are encouraged to provide masks to their employees.
    (3) Heads of institutions must ensure that their employees at all times adhere to the measures to combat, prevent and suppress the spread of COVID-19 as specified in and under these regulations.

  4. Namibia - Public Health Policy And Regulations - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    State of Emergency - Covid-19: Further Suspension of Operation of Provisions of Certain Laws and Ancillary Matters Regulations: Namibian Constitution (Proclamation No. 18/2020) - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2020-05-04 | NAM-2020-R-110042

    3. Suspension of operation of certain provisions of Magistrates Court Act, 1944
    4. Suspension of operation of provision of Price Control Act, 1964
    5. Suspension of operation of certain provisions of Criminal Procedure Act, 1977
    6. Suspension of operation of certain provisions of Supreme Court Act, 1990
    7. Suspension of operation of certain provisions of High Court Act, 1990
    8. Suspension of operation of certain provisions of Social Security Act, 1994
    9. Suspension of operation of provision of Identification Act, 1996
    10 Suspension of operation of certain provisions of Liquor Act, 1998
    11. Suspension of operation of certain provisions of Standards Act, 2005
    12. Suspension of operation of certain provisions of Labour Act, 2007
    13. Suspension of operation of provision of Correctional Service Act, 2012
    14. Suspension of operation of certain provisions of Public Procurement Act, 2015

    Further provisions effecting the Labour Act, 2007 concerning inter alia, unpaid leave, remuneration and dismissal. Provides that if the employer wishes to reduce remuneration, they must negotiate with a recognised trade union; a workplace representative; or in the absence of a recognised trade union or workplace representative, the affected employee or employees. The agreement must be filed with the Labour Commissioner, or if not agreement is reached, any party may refer the dispute to the Labour Commissioner.


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