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HOME AFFAIRS MINISTER DR SIYABONGA CWELE THANKS CITIZENS AND ALL STAKEHOLDERS FOR HEEDING THE CALL TO COLLECT IDENTITY DOCUMENTS

The Minister of Home Affairs, Dr Siyabonga Cwele, welcomes the progress that is being made in reducing the number of uncollected IDs across the country, particularly in Gauteng. In the first four days of this week, the number of uncollected IDs in Gauteng was reduced to 55 000, from 90 000 of last week...READ MORE

MINISTER CWELE TO VISIT GARANKUWA HOME AFFAIRS OFFICE

The Minister of Home Affairs, Dr Siyabonga Cwele, is expected to undertake a visit to the Home Affairs Garankuwa Office tomorrow, Thursday 24 January 2019, to confirm officials’ readiness to serve citizens who will be visiting offices on voter registration weekend to collect or apply for their smart ID cards and Temporary Identification Certificates...READ MORE

Deputy Minister Fatima Chohan met with more than 40 residents of Wupperthal who had come to the Vredendal office to apply for various documents following the devastating fire of December 2018.

The residents were transported from Wupperthal to Vredendal by the Department of Local Government. Vredendal is on the West Coast of the Western Cape Province...READ MORE

Home Affairs Deputy Minister to meet residents of Wupperthal who lost documents in devastating fire

The Deputy Minister of Home Affairs, Ms Fatima Chohan, will travel to Vredendal on the West Coast on Monday 21 January 2019 where more than 50 Wupperthal residents will be applying for various documents following the devastating fire in the Town...READ MORE

MINISTER CWELE TO BRIEF MEDIA ON TRAVELLER STATISTICS, EXTENDED HOURS AT FRONT OFFICES AND WHITE PAPER ON HOME AFFAIRS REPOSITIONING

The Minister of Home Affairs, Dr Siyabonga Cwele, will brief members of the media on the traveler statistics for the 2018/19 festive season...READ MORE

OUTCOME OF INVESTIGATION ON USE OF CELLPHONES BY TONGAAT OFFICIALS

The Department of Home Affairs has completed its investigation of the incident involving officials who were recorded, and shamed on social media, for using private cellphones at the front desk at the Tongaat Office, on 10 January 2019...READ MORE

HOME AFFAIRS MINISTER DR SIYABONGA CWELE AND CITY OF JOHANNESBURG MAYOR CLLR MR HERMAN MASHABA COMMIT TO STRENGTHENING WORKING RELATIONS ON AREAS OF MUTUAL INTEREST

The Minister of Home Affairs, Dr Siyabonga Cwele, and the Executive Mayor for the City of Johannesburg, Cllr Mr Herman Mashaba, have agreed to forge closer working relations on areas of mutual interest...READ MORE