SA Migration Newsletter
17 / 2018
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13. Nov. 2018 News 24

Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba resigned from his post following mounting pressure for President Cyril Ramaphosa to give him the boot. `The President has accepted the Minister’s resignation and expressed his appreciation for Minister’s Gigaba longstanding service to the government and people of South Africa,` the Presidency said in a statement on Tuesday.
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10. Nov. 2018 Atlantic Blackstar

With its new initiative to offer visas on arrival to African visitors, Ethiopia hopes to spur tourism, trade and investment, as part of the African Union’s vision of creating “seamless borders” across the continent and achieving economic integration. (photo: Twitter, Ethiopian Airlines).
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30. Oct. 2018 The Guardian

• Caroline Nokes tells MPs firms will have to check eligibility after a no-deal Brexit �` but does not know how Caroline Nokes. Employers’ groups said they have ‘serious concerns’ that the Home Office was setting them an impossible task Photograph: Alan Davidson/AJDImages/Rex/Shutterstock Employers will be expected to check whether EU nationals have the right to work in the UK if there is a no-deal Brexit, even though it will be almost impossible to assess this, and the nature of the checks remain unknown, Caroline Nokes, the immigration minister, has told MPs.
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09. Nov. 2018 Natal Mercury

Durban - The Pietermaritzburg matric pupil who waited seven months for his smart ID from the Department of Home Affairs was finally issued with it on Saturday morning
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02. Nov. 2018 Business Day

I am known for repeatedly making the call for positive leadership, to liberate our country’s incredible potential. What fascinates me is the criticism I receive ` for my naivety, in light, it is said, of the challenges we face. I am not discounting the fact that we face real challenges. We do: GDP growth is at -0.7%; 50% of those 15-35 years old are jobless; we have a bloated public sector wage bill and a hefty budget deficit to fill; and tragic inequality.
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11. Nov. 2018 Maravi Post

LILONGWE-(MaraviPost)-Government this week fired four diplomats at Malawi High Commission in Pretoria South Africa including the head of the mission and they have been given seven days each to pack up and return home. According to Foreign Affairs Ministry, Malawian High Commissioner to South Africa Professor Chrissie Kaponda, Defence Attaché Colonel Lawrence Mambo, first secretary (protocol) Kondwani and Daniel Salimu second secretary (social services) were effectively out of work and must return home.
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10. Nov. 2018 The Mandarin

On the basis of the limited information provided to the public to date, the business and risk case for privatising visa processing appears highly questionable, writes former Immigration deputy secretary Abul Rizvi. Privatisation of core government functions such as visa processing is high risk, especially when undertaken under the cloak of commercial-in-confidence secrecy.
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06. Nov. 2018 Cape Argus

Advocacy groups concerned Department of Home Affairs will miss deadline for opening REFUGEE advocacy groups are wary that the Refugee Reception Office in Cape Town won’t be opened as predicted by the Department of Home Affairs. Initially, the office was supposed to be opened in March this year, but the department missed that deadline.
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