No, unfortunately not. As the lease is a legal contract between the landlord and tenant, any breach of that contract must be dealt with in terms of contract law and the CPA. This means that the tenant must be placed in mora (notified and officially placed on terms) and the CPA specifies that the tenant must receive written notice of the breach.
The tenant then has 20 business days to rectify the breach.If they rectify the breach by paying the full amount due (as per the notice), the breach has been rectified in terms of the law. If they do not rectify the breach by paying the full amount as per the notice, then only after the full 20 business days have lapsed can the lease be cancelled, and the tenant be asked to vacate the premises. Bear in mind that the tenant can only legally be evicted from the premises via a court order.