This is the channel. If you can't see what is wrong with what is being presented as 'funny', then there is nothing to discuss. Actually there is nothing to discuss. This is not funny. It both invites and promotes wrong behaviour.So, billy is a victim of unkindness?
I'm assuming you haven't watched anyThis is the channel. If you can't see what is wrong with what is being presented as 'funny', then there is nothing to discuss. Actually there is nothing to discuss. This is not funny. It both invites and promotes wrong behaviour.
So, billy is a victim of unkindness?
https://uavcoach.com/drone-laws-in-south-africa/Would like to hear what the lawyery type manager (judge) will have to say on this
General Rules for Flying a Drone in South Africa
As far as I know for point 3, you require explicit permission from the local authority and property owner, it also applies to people, roads and buildings.Based on our research and interpretation of the laws, here are the most important rules to know for flying a drone in South Africa.
- Drones may not be flown 10 kilometers (6 miles) or closer to an airport without special permission from the SACAA.
- Drones weighing more than 7 kilograms (15.4 pounds) may not be flown.
- Drones may not be flown within 50 meters (164 feet) of people or private property (without permission from the property owner).
- Drone pilots must maintain a visual line of contact with their drones at all times while in flight.
- Drones may only be flown during daylight hours.
- And according to the SANPark website, “The use of drones inside (and over) our national parks is strictly prohibited.”