SA Migration Newsletter
10 / 2018
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31. Jul. 2018 EWN

JOHANNESBURG - Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba has announced the appointment of Thulani Mavuso as the acting director-general (DG) of the department from the beginning of next month.
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31. Jul. 2018 SA Good News

Leaders of the BRICS nations gathered in South Africa last week for the 10th summit of the grouping that accounts for more 17% of global trade, Chairman of the Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) Board, Ms Busi Mabuza reflects on the importance of the event and its role in the country’s ambitious drive to secure investment of $100-billion over five years.
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26. Jul. 2018 IOL

Russian President Vladimir Putin supported the call for the relaxation of strict visa travel requirements. Johannesburg - Russian President Vladimir Putin gave the Brics Business Council a major boost when he supported their call for the relaxation of strict visa travel requirements between the member countries.
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01. Jan. 1970 23 July 2018

Minister says there are signs of progress in some areas Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba says his department is doing all it can to end the long wait in queues at their various branches across the country.
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12. Jul. 2018 SAPS

To mitigate identity fraud, the South African Police Service (SAPS) is introducing a new process for obtaining a police clearance certificate (PCC). “SAPS has devised one such method to improve security measures to mitigate this risk,” SAPS said on Thursday. A police clearance certificate is a document issued by the SAPS Criminal Record and Crime Scene Management stating whether or not any criminal offence has been recorded against the person. It`s a document which provides confirmation of a person’s criminal status.
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23. Jul. 2018 Biztech

South Africa is expected to see at least six new banks and banking services launch in the coming months, including the likes of Discovery Bank and Bank Zero �` a mutual bank co-founded by former FNB CEO Michael Jordaan.
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31. Jul. 2018 Radio NZ

The death of an Iranian asylum seeker from an infection contracted on Papua New Guinea`s Manus Island was preventable, an Australian coroner has ruled, in a report that identified a multitude of bureaucratic bungles and healthcare inadequacies.
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16. Jul. 2018 Bizcommunity

Which was activated by a notice published in the Government Gazette, on Friday 13 July, has been criticised nationally and internationally for its approach with respect to a number of aspects. The European Union`s Regional Chamber of Commerce and Industry stated that foreigners are hesitant to invest in SA for fear that there will be a lack of protection over their investment.
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Email: info@sami.co.za


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