COVID 19 lockdown regulations

Dear Equestria Estate Residents,

You should all be aware of the latest in regards to the COVID-19 virus and the fact that there will be a country-wide lockdown from Thursday, 26 March 2020 at 23:59. We would like to inform you of the following procedures and regulations which will be implemented during the lockdown on the HOA common property:


Security will be operational 24/7 and can be contacted on 012 807 1064 or 060 767 5511.

Libertas gate will be closed from Thursday, 26 March 2020, 17:00 until further notice.


No visitors will be allowed except for essential services.

No access will be granted to domestic workers or gardeners.

Residents must make use of their tags to gain access to and from the estate when needed.


All facilities will be CLOSED for use from, Thursday, 26 March 2020, 17:00, including the following:

  • Swimming pools
  • Squash courts
  • Tennis & basketball courts
  • Clubhouse parking
  • Braai facilities
  • Kiddies playground
  • Oval area
  • Public Bathrooms

Residents are not permitted to go jogging or walk their dogs.

No recreational walking or cycling is permitted.

Residents are urged to keep children in their section/private garden area as far as possible; remember that their safety is your responsibility, and they can also be infected.


There will be no garden services as it is not seen as an essential service and therefore, we request that residents refrain from littering and try to keep the area clean and tidy.


Residents should contact estate management via email to resolve any queries that they may have.

Security –

Operational –

Access Control –

Alternatively, you may call 079 878 8901 between 08:00 – 17:00, Mondays to Fridays.


If anyone should not adhere to the regulations set by the South African Government, the necessary authorities will be contacted.

Please consider the other residents and your neighbours during this time regarding noise and please be tolerant towards children playing at their units during the day.

We will only be successful if everyone acts responsibly in the fight against COVID-19. We rely on your co-operation in this regard.

Kind regards, and please be safe during the lockdown!

Miss Equestria Estate

These girls were all amazing and we’re so proud of all of them for participating in this event! 1st, 2nd and 3rd place each received a cash prize.

A special thank you to the sisters in their beautiful outfits who kept the crowds entertained with their dance moves 

Bootamp & Fun Walk

It all started out with the Bootcamp & Fun Walk Challenge, followed by the Strong class later in the morning. Two lucky draw winners were picked at each event.

Family Fun Day 2019 – Thank YOU!

And so another Family Fun Day has come and gone, and we would like to thank each and everyone of you who played a part.

Thank you to all our stall holders and food vendors. Thank you to every team and player that joined our sports tournaments. Thank you to every child that participated in the Kids Fashion Parade. Thank you to all our blood donors (43 people presented, and 34 units were collected!), those who participated in our exercise events and donated towards our charities. Thank you to those who entertained us with their awesome dance moves, and to the companies that generously donated toward our prizes.

Thank you to all who came out and supported the day. You are all fantastic and we are so proud to host this day for our amazing residents!

Please keep an eye out for all the photo’s from the day – these will be posted on our Facebook page ( as well as here on our website towards the end of the week.

Enforcement of pet rules on the estate common property

Due to an increase in the number of stray pets roaming the estate and the unnecessary burden this places on estate staff (not to mention the stress caused to a lost animal), we wish to remind you of some of the rules regarding pets and notify you that we will start issuing disciplinary fees.

Rules stipulate that all pets must wear a collar with a tag indicating the name, telephone number and address of its owner.
Pets are not permitted to roam the streets and dogs must be kept on a leash at all times, when not in the confines of its owners’ premises.

First offence – pet with a name tag: warning
Second offence – pet with a name tag: R 500

First offence – pet without a name tag: R 500 
Second offence – pet without a name tag: R 1 000

We trust in your cooperation in this matter to assist in keeping your pets safe and aid in a speedy reunion in the event of an accidental escape.