SA Migration Newsletter
19 / 2016
SA Migration International

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14. Oct. 2016 Breibart

Tens of thousands of illegal migrants were allowed to stay in the country after telling police that they were British or EU citizens, a report has found. In response, MPs have accused the police of "taking their eye off the ball" on immigration.
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16. Oct. 2016 Lawyers for Human Rights

In a front page exposé in the Pretoria News on 13 October 2016, Minister of Home Affairs, Malusi Gigaba, asked for forgiveness from "ordinary citizens" at the Centurion Home Affairs office for lengthy queues, poor communication and lack of professionalism. While this photo opportunity no doubt revealed real problems at one particular office, Minister Gigaba has so much more to apologise for.
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28. Oct. 2016 Tourism Update

Before new measures, immigration queues at OR Tambo were taking an average of three hours to clear.
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01. Oct. 2016 SABC

Malusi Gigaba says the process at the 11 application centres set up throughout the country will continue until December 31.(SABC)
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19. Oct. 2016 SA News

Pretoria — Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba has officially launched the department's contact centre at the department's head office in Pretoria.
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