SA Migration Newsletter
13 / 2018
SA Migration International

SA Migration International was created out of the need for a specialist organization to assist people wishing to immigrate, volunteer, work, bring family, study or open businesses in South Africa.

We will guide you through the entire process to require the appropriate permit. Once we confirm that you will qualify for the visa, we will guarantee you a successful application. This is normally done in the first consultation - which is for free.
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20. Sep. 2018 News 24

Rule changes for travelling minors to SA planned ahead of busy December holiday season and waivers will soon be announced - including changes to requirements for travelling minors in SA - to be officially gazetted in October. Cabinet received a joint report from the Ministers of Home Affairs and Tourism - Malusi Gigaba and Derek Hanekom - which laid out many visa-related reforms that will make it easier for tourists, business people and academia to visit South Africa.
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29. Aug. 2018 702 Radio

After a number of calls from fathers explaining the difficulties they`ve faced registering their child`s birth without the mothers present, Bongani Bingwa invited Home Affairs to respond. Acting Director-General of Home Affairs Thulani Mavuso says there are two categories when one registers a birth. Children born in wedlock and children born out of wedlock. In South Africa, children that are born out of wedlock are registered under the mother`s surname.
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12. Sep. 2018 News24

President Cyril Ramaphosa on Wednesday asked the Jewish community to join hands with the government in taking the country forward, assuring those who owned land that a solution addressing land reform would be found.
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09. Dec. 2018 News 24

The Department of Home Affairs` deputy director general of immigration services has denied any knowledge of corruption relating to the issuing of the Gupta dynasty`s visas to stay in South Africa, as alleged in the GuptaLeaks emails. `I did not know anything, except of course what I have read in the leaked emails,` Jackson McKay said about the thousands of pages of emails between various members of the Gupta business empire. Their companies included Sahara Computers, the now closed ANN7 television channel and The New Age newspaper.
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14. Sep. 2018 Groundup

Some Zimbabweans who applied last year are still waiting as September deadline looms for ZEP permits Morgan (surname withheld) applied on 7 December 2017 for a Zimbabwe Exemption Permit. She has been tracking her application online. “Up to now nothing new, almost nine months after submission,” she said.
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05. Sep. 2018 Groundup

Port Elizabeth office not receiving new applicants, two years after deadline set by court More than two years after a deadline set by the courts, the Port Elizabeth Refugee Reception Office is still not fully operational, MPs were told last week.
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07. Sep. 2018 Mail & Guardian

After battling for more a year and going to court twice, Wendy Kessman and Nomfundo Ngidi, a lesbian couple, have finally been granted a visa ` but it is the wrong one.
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13. Sep. 2018 News24

The easing of the stringent water restrictions will restore international confidence in Cape Town as a destination for tourism and investment, say business leaders.
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SA Migration International
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Email: info@sami.co.za
SA Migration

Tel.:   +27 (0) 82 373 8415
Fax:    +27 (0)21 461 2611
Email: info@sami.co.za


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