New website rules for South Africa
during the coronavirus outbreak.

Dated 26 March 2020, in a government gazette (view PDF) the Department of Communications detailed interventions around the “dissemination of information” in the country.

Communications Minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams has approved new requirements for South African ISPs and website owners as part of the government’s plan to fight the spread of the Covid-19 coronavirus.

Every website in South Africa with a domain name that ends in .za – like: .co.za / .org.za .ac.za.  All company websites, government portals, private blogs, travel blogs and every academic institution in .ac must now have a visible link to the government’s main COVID-19 page on its front/landing page.

As this regulation will catch many .ZA website owners off guard you might Remote Tech Media assistance in this regard.   This service is FREE to all our websites hosted and developed by us. Alternatively, we can help you setting it up on your current website at the low cost of R250.

Contact us to add this message onto your website:  For the latest information on the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) click here www.sacoronavirus.co.za