Children's Act, 2005 (Act No. 38 of 2005)
Chapter 3 : Parental Responsibilities and Rights
Part 4 : Miscellaneous
37. Refusal to submit to taking of blood samples
If a party to any legal proceedings in which the paternity of a child has been placed in issue has refused to submit himself or herself, or the child, to the taking of a blood sample in order to carry out scientific tests relating to the paternity of the child, the court must warn such party of the effect which such refusal might have on the credibility of that party.