South Africa

saThe Tobacco Products Control Amendment Bill (Act 12), passed in 1999, forbids smoking in public places, including workplaces. The regulations permit smoking in specifically designated areas, but only if certain conditions apply.

Smoking is also prohibited in all health facilities, and on most public transport facilities, although some trains may have a smoking carriage. Smoking is also prohibited in certain outdoor areas as well, including sports stadium. Legislation is currently under review and likely to be updated this year.

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