SA Migration Newsletter
05 / 2017
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22. Apr. 2017 The Citizen

New York-based consultants allegedly worked without the right paperwork, and Malusi Gigaba allegedly failed to respond to the issue.
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07. Apr. 2017 EWN

JOHANNESBURG " Newly appointed Home Affairs Minister Hlengiwe Mkhize says this has been an important week for her as she’s been familiarising herself with legislation and departmental policies.
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13. Apr. 2017 Financial Mail

SAs tourism sector broke records last year with the number of arrivals jumping 12.8% to a little over 10m. But while this seems impressive it is far short of the potential for a sector earmarked by government as a key driver of growth and employment. I estimate SA could be doing 20% better in terms of foreign tourist numbers says David Frost CEO of the Southern Africa Tourism Services Association.
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27. Mar. 2017 – tourism update

Arrivals from New Zealand are down 15% for the month of January compared with the same month last year. This is according to stats released by Statistics SA on Monday.
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10. Apr. 2017 IOL

Cape Town " The SA Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) is to review why children born in South Africa to foreign parents are not automatically awarded citizenship by the Department of Home Affairs. Advocate Priscilla Jana deputy chairperson of the SAHRC said she been unaware that unabridged birth certificates were not issued to children born to foreign parents. We will look into this matter she said.
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30. Mar. 2017 Tourism Update

There would be no changes to South Africa’s strict immigration laws due to 15 cases of child trafficking at OR Tambo since January, the most recent being on March 29.
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27. Mar. 2017 BUSINESS DAY

Many applicants submitted fraudulent accountant letters purporting to confirm the availability of funds for business, Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba says
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30. Mar. 2017 Polity

On Wednesday 15 February 2017 we received an unsigned circular which we believe was produced by the Department of Home Affairs (DHA), and which Immigration Law Update: “Valid” Visas in Expired Passportsdealt with the rectification of temporary residency visas and the transfer of temporary residency visas from one passport to another.
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