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Statement by the Minister of Home Affairs, Mr. Malusi Gigaba MP, in relation to the implementation of new immigration regulations on 16 September 2014 in Cape Town

I would like to thank you all for your presence today as we make certain announcements with regard to the implementation of the new immigration regulations which came into effect on May 26th of this year...READ MORE

Minister Malusi Gigaba to make announcements on Immigration Regulations in Capetown

Cape Town - The Minister of Home Affairs, Malusi Gigaba, will tomorrow, 16 September 2014, make an announcement on the implementation of the Immigration Regulations...READ MORE

The Minister of Home Affairs, Malusi Gigaba, to meet with representatives from airlines and travel agents bodies

The Minister of Home Affairs, Malusi Gigaba, will tomorrow, 12 September 2014, meet with representatives from the airlines and travel agents bodies to discuss issues surrounding the implementation of the Immigration Regulations...READ MORE

Home Affairs Deputy Minister interacts with stakeholders and community of Plettenburg Bay

Home Affairs Deputy Minister Fatima Chohan will take part in the department’s outreach programme in Plettenburg Bay tomorrow, 11 September...READ MORE

The Department of Home Affairs has noted media reports pertaining to the deportation of Mr Edwin Samotse

The Department of Home Affairs has noted media reports pertaining to the deportation of Mr Edwin Samotse, a Botswana national. Mr Samotse was, until recently, in the custody of the South African authorities. Upon being located in the Republic, the Botswana government sought his extradition to face murder charges...READ MORE

Media statement on the Lindela deportation facility ruling

The Department of Home Affairs has noted the judgement delivered by the South Gauteng High Court on the detention of illegal foreigners at the Lindela Deportation Facility...READ MORE

Home Affairs Deputy Minister to visit Plettenburg Bay as part of the department’s community outreach programme

Home Affairs Deputy Minister Fatima Chohan will visit Plettenburg Bay next Monday as part of the department’s outreach programme. She will meet Marriage Officers in a bid to halt marriages of convenience and also interact with the community on a range of home affairs services...READ MORE

 Speech by Deputy Minister of Home Affairs at “WOMEN OF AFRICA COMING TOGETHER: CREATING THE AFRICA WE WANT”

“The wind of change is blowing through this continent…”

These famous words of the then British Prime Minister, Harold Macmillan, spoken 54 years ago, ring true again today, albeit in a different context...READ MORE


Home Affairs Deputy Minister to address “Women of Africa Coming Together”

Home Affairs Deputy Minister Fatima Chohan will interact with women across Africa, including migrant women, at a Women’s Month celebration in Joburg on Monday...READ MORE

The Department of Home Affairs announced that it will discontinue the issuance of Temporary Passports

A Temporary Passport was initially issued as an interim travel document due to longer turn-around times taken to issue a Permanent Tourist Passport valid for ten years. This turn-around time has improved drastically, rendering the issuance of Temporary Passports redundant...READ MORE

Home Affairs welcomes sentencing of former official

The Department of Home Affairs welcomes the conviction and sentence handed out to Sanele Zungu, a former Senior Admin Officer based at the Melmoth Local Office, KwaZulu-Natal...READ MORE

Transcript Copy; Joint media briefing; Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa and Minister Malusi Gigaba; Government Printing Works tour; Thursday, 14 August, 2014

OPENING REMARKS BY DEPUTY PRESIDENT RAMAPHOSA

Thank you very much…it is a real joy and pleasure to be here…to visit the Home Affairs service delivery point...READ MORE

 
REMARKS BY MINISTER MALUSI GIGABA, ON THE ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE ZIMBABWEAN SPECIAL DISPENSATION PERMIT IN PRETORIA, 12 AUGUST, 2014
In April 2009, the Cabinet of the Republic of South Africa approved the Dispensation of Zimbabweans Project – or ‘DZP’ – allowing Zimbabwean holders of this special permit to work, conduct business and study in South Africa...READ MORE

Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba to brief Media on the Zimbabwean Special Project

The Minister of Home Affairs, Malusi Gigaba, will tomorrow, 12 August 2014, brief the media on the Zimbabwean Special Project...READ MORE

Twenty-four undocumented Ethiopians intercepted

Twenty four undocumented Ethiopian nationals were escorted to the Brixton Police Station after a 16-seater white Toyota taxi they were travelling in was stopped by traffic officers during a Gauteng Traffic Department operation, in Braamfontein...READ MORE

Minister Malusi Gigaba to visit the Free State

Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba will tomorrow, 08 August 2014, visit the Free State province as part of government’s outreach programme which sees various leaders interact with communities at grassroots level...READ MORE

Home Affairs welcomes Western Cape High Court judgment

The Department of Home Affairs has welcomed today’s judgment by the Western Cape High Court on the matter relating to the search and seizure of documents at the offices of Craig Smith and Associates...READ MORE

Home Affairs Deputy Minister Fatima Chohan hands out Smart ID Cards to senior citizens in Lenasia on 02 August 2014 at 10h30

Home Affairs Deputy Minister Fatima Chohan will visit senior citizens at Nirvana Old Age Home in Lenasia where she will hand out new Smart ID cards to the elderly, on Saturday 2 August 2014...READ MORE

 











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Bonakele Mayekiso
051 430 1130
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Gauteng
Albert Matsaung
011 242 9003
082 8879 293
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Nosipho Shandu
033 845 5042
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F.N. Motsitsi
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Robert Zitha
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Irene Mantlhasi
018 397 9919
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Abednego Mvula
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Yusuf Simons
021 488 1400
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