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20. März 2020

Gazetted Regulations as Part of Government’s Intervention Measures on Covid-19 Coronavirus

19 Mar 2020. Statement of the IMC on the Gazetted Regulations on the state of disaster Hon. Dr Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs. Honourable...

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18. März 2020

Travel Advisory in Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic

The Minister of International Relations and Cooperation of the Republic of South Africa is issuing this Travel Advisory in light of the announcement on 16 March 2020 by the Government declaring a...

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18. März 2020

Travel Advisory by South African Airways

Date of Issue | 17 March 2020. South African Airways (SAA) advises all customers that due to the COVID-19, we will allow one (1) free change on SAA operated flights subject to the conditions...

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16. März 2020

COVID 19 Update for South African Citizens in Germany

The management of the South African Mission in Berlin herewith wishes to inform all South African living or staying in Germany about the latest developments regarding the Corona crisis and the...

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15. März 2020

Coronavirus: South Africa Imposes Travel Ban on Foreign Nationals from High-Risk Countries Including Germany

On Sunday 15 March 2020, South Africa's President Ramaphosa announced that the country was imposing a Travel Ban on Foreign Nationals from High-Risk Countries Including Germany! "We are imposing...

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Topnews, Konsular

13. März 2020

COVID 19: South African Citizens Who Have Contracted the Virus to Please Report to the Mission

Dear fellow South Africans, due to the Corona Virus crisis becoming more serious in Germany, the SA Government is asking South African citizens living or currently staying in Germany who have...

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Konsular, Topnews

12. November 2019

Consular: Home Affairs Minister Signs Waiver which Allows Foreign Children to Enter SA without Birth Certificate

10 November 2019. The Minister of Home Affairs Dr Aaron Motsoaledi on Friday signed a waiver which allows foreign children to enter the country without carrying additional supporting documents such...

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