The office of the Chief Master issued Adjusted Level 1 protocols for Master’s Offices.
The Chief Master, Nelspruit, will be closed from 14 through 15 July due to a positive COVID-19 case.
Masters’ Offices closed due to Covid.
The Bloemfontein Master’s Office is closed until further notice.
Chief Master publishes protocol for adjusted Level 3
The Cape Town Master’s Office is limiting access to certain groups due to Covid related staff issues.
The Kimberley Master’s Office will be closed for decontamination until Friday.
The Cape Town Master’s Office will be closed for decontamination until Thursday.
The Master: Bloemfontein issued a communication that the office will be closed until further notice.
The Chief Master issued a new protocol for services by the Master’s Offices under Level 1.
FISA CEO Louis van Vuren sheds some light on how Covid-19 has affected the processing of deceased estates at the Master’s Offices.
SARS opened its branch offices to the public as from 17 February.
The Chief Master published a new protocol for Master’s Office services during the adapted Level 3 lockdown.
The Master’s Office in Grahamstown published a new rotation duty roster for staff during the Covid-19 restrictions.
Lees Nico van Gijsen se rubrik in Rapport – die koste verband met polisse is ook deur Covid beinvloed. Nico is ‘n lid van FISA en besturende direkteur van Finlac.…
The Master’s Offices publish information on their own closures on the Department of Justice website.
Where there’s a will there’s a way
FISA received the following communication from the Office of the Chief Master: “Kindly be advised that, due to another COVID-19 positive case, the office of the Master, Cape Town will…
Master’s Office: Pietermaritzburg closed due to Covid-19
When a Master’s Office closes due to a Covid-19 case, SARS is also negatively impacted. FISA received the following communication from SARS.
The Office of the Chief Master explains what happens every time a positive Covid-19 case is reported in a Master’s Office.
A staff member of the Pretoria Master’s Office has tested positive for Covid-19. Read the communique confirming this and setting out the consequent arrangements.
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