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NEW REQUIREMENTS FOR CHILDREN TRAVELLING THROUGH SOUTH AFRICAN PORTS OF ENTRY - EFFECTIVE 1 JUNE 2015

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MEDIA STATEMENT: Eastern Cape Home Affairs official arrested for fraudulent marriages

A Home Affairs Front Office Clerk was arrested today in King Williamstown, Eastern Cape, for facilitating fraudulent marriages involving illegal foreign nationals...READ MORE


STATEMENT BY HOME AFFAIRS MINISTER MALUSI GIGABA AT THE MEDIA BRIEFING ON PROGRESS MADE IN THE ISSUANCE OF THE ZIMBABWEAN SPECIAL PERMIT (ZSP), 24 AUGUST 2015, PRETORIA

The focus of today’s briefing is on how, to date, we’ve handled applications, adjudication and issuance of the Zimbabwean Special Permit, to qualifying holders of the old DZP...READ MORE


MEDIA ADVISORY: Minister Gigaba to update on Zimbabwean Special Permit (ZSP)

The Minister of Home Affairs, Malusi Gigaba, will update members of the media on the progress of the Zimbabwean Special Permit (ZSP) in Pretoria today...READ MORE


Address by the Minister of Home Affairs, Malusi Gigaba MP, at the Youth and Migration Dialogue in Pretoria, on 14 August 2015

As Minister of Home Affairs, international migration is a core part of my work, alongside civic services, which encompasses all the civil registration services we provide to our citizens, such as registration of births, identity documents, marriages and deaths...READ MORE

Remarks by the Deputy Minister in The Presidency, Mr Buti Manamela to the International Migration Policy Dialogue: Engaging Youth on Managing International Migration in South Africa 14 August 2015, UNISA, Pretoria

I am honoured to be invited to this important dialogue and to be with you today.  I wish to thank the Department of Home Affairs, under the leadership of Minister Gigaba, for hosting this dialogue on a very pertinent matter in our country...READ MORE

Minister Gigaba, Deputy Minister Manamela to host Youth and Migration Dialogue

The Minister of Home Affairs, Malusi Gigaba and the Deputy Minister in the Presidency, Buti Manamela, will host a Youth and Migration Dialogue in Pretoria tomorrow...READ MORE


MEDIA STATEMENT: on UK decision to lift visa requirements for SA diplomatic passport holders

Pretoria–The Department of Home Affairs has noted the decision of the United Kingdom government to lift visa requirements for holders of South African Diplomatic Passports...READ MORE


MEDIA STATEMENT: On compliance with child travel requirements

Pretoria – The Department of Home Affairs is satisfied that residents and foreign nationals are complying with new child travel requirements that took effect on 1 June 2015, largely to promote enforcement of the Children’s Act and Prevention and Combating of Trafficking in Persons Act.READ MORE

STATEMENT BY MINISTER GIGABA AT THE MEDIA BRIEFING ON THE DEPARTMENT’S COUNTER-CORRUPTION MEASURES, 24 JULY 2015

The Department of Home Affairs has noted the LRA/ACMS Report on corruption, with Marabastad Refugee Reception Office singled-out as the most corrupt. But we do feel there are weaknesses in the methodology they have used...READ MORE

MEDIA STATEMENT ON SENTENCING OF FORMER OFFICIAL

The Department of Home Affairs welcomes the sentencing of Ms Primrose Dyonase, a former departmental official, by the Port Elizabeth Commercial Crimes Court on Thursday, 23 July 2015. Ms Dyonase was sentenced to 11 years - three years suspended - for crimes related to fraud and corruption. She will serve an effective eight years in prison...READ MORE









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