Diplomatic Immunities and Privileges Act (No. 37 of 2001)

1st January 2001

‘To make  provision  regarding  the  immunities  and  privileges of diplomatic missions and  consular posts and  their  members, of heads of states,  special  envoys and certain  representatives, of the  United  Nations,  and  its specialised  agencies, and other  international  organisations  and of certain  other  persons;  to  make  provision regarding  immunities  and privileges pertaining  to  international  conferences  and meetings;  to  enact  into law certain  conventions;  and  to  provide  for  matters connected  therewith.