SA Migration Newsletter
07 / 2017
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29. May. 2017 By: Stefanie de Saude

General work visas are proving virtually impossible to renew, since the implementation of the current immigration laws on 26 May 2014, when the Department of Labour took on a more significant role in the process.
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03. Jun. 2017 The South African

Hlengiwe Mkhize has promised to fight the corruption within the immigration authorities, so South Africa can firmly control who they decide to let into the country
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06. Jun. 2017 Tourism Update

Arrivals from the United Kingdom dipped in March. Arrivals from the United Kingdom to South Africa dropped 8% year-on-year in March, while year-to-date arrivals from the UK are down 0.19%. The growth in overseas arrivals has also slowed when compared to January and February.
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25. May. 2017 By JacarandaFM News

The Federation of Unions of South Africa (Fedusa) and the Public Servants Association (PSA) are threatening to down tools at Home Affairs over working conditions.
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15. May. 2017 News24Wire (Cape Town)

South Africa is working towards allowing all African citizens to enter the country without visas but at first trusted travellers like diplomats officials academic business people and students will be the only ones to benefit.
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02. Feb. 2017 THE TIMES

Human rights lawyers are urging the Department of Basic Education to issue a directive instructing all schools to immediately stop the practice of discriminating against foreign and undocumented children by refusing access and charging higher fees. The directive should also indicate that schools have a responsibility to help children obtain documents‚ Lawyers for Human Rights‚ the Centre for Child Law and Equal Education Law Centre said in a joint statement.
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25. Apr. 2017 BusinessLIVE

Home Affairs Minister Hlengiwe Mkhize intends to clear bottlenecks Home affairs aims to ease entry for skilled migrants and to tackle asylum seeker and refugee backlogs
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15. May. 2017 DefenceWeb

Addressing the National Assembly, Home Affairs Minister Professor Hlengiwe Mkhize gave another indication the proposed Border Management Authority (BMA) will be active only at recognised ports of entry leaving by far the bulk of border protection to the military.
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