On the eve of the festive season, the Department of Home Affairs is gearing up for the influx and outflow of travellers, and deputy minister Fatima Chohan says the department is ready for the increased volumes. “This increase in movement of people and goods across borders is due to the[…]
The Home Affairs department is considering the use of family advocates to make it easier for single parents to travel in and out of the country with children, Minister Malusi Gigaba said on Tuesday. The minister and his team were briefing Parliament’s portfolio committee on home affairs on the progress[…]
Home Affairs South Africa have rejected the asylum application of a Syrian family claiming that there is no war in the Damascus area and that the country is stable enough to return to. The year 2016 saw the conflict enter its 6th year of civil war. Hundreds of thousands of[…]
In its ongoing attempts to clamp down foreign nationals illegally working in the country, the Department of Home Affairs has reportedly instituted tougher measures against mosques that employer foreigners without the appropriate paperwork. Any institution found in violation of these measures, will be handed a stiff R10 000 fine. Speaking[…]
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