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Consular

31. March 2011

Department of Home Affairs has Cleared Permitting Backlog

The Department of Home Affairs has announced that measures to clear backlogs relating to Permit applications have been successful. This is in line with the Department’s commitment to ensuring these...

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Consular, Press Review

12. August 2009

Online Applications for SA Passports: Dlamini Zuma

South Africans will soon be able to apply for their passports and identity documents online, Home Affairs Minister Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma said on Tuesday.

"Data will be captured live...

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Consular

12. May 2009

SA signs MOU with Zimbabwe

On 4 May 2009, the South African and Zimbabwean departments of Home Affairs signed a memorandum of understanding to facilitate the legal movement of people between the two countries.

The...

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Consular

04. May 2009

South Africa's Measures With Regard to the Swine Influenza Pandemic

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has advised of the outbreak of Swine Influenza (a respiratory disease of pigs but also affecting humans). The recent outbreak has shown that person to person...

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Consular, Topnews

20. March 2009

Constitutional Court Ruling on Overseas Voting

The Constitutional Court this morning delivered judgements in various cases concerning voting by citizens finding themselves outside the country on Election Day.

As we understand, the...

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Press Review, Politics, Consular

16. March 2009

All Registered South African Citizens Abroad Can Vote

The Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) said it was ready to accommodate registered voters living overseas, following Thursday's Constitutional Court judgment on the matter. "All we have to look...

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Consular, Politics, Topnews

12. March 2009

South Africa: Registered Citizens Abroad to Vote in April Elections

The Constitutional Court has ruled that South African citizens abroad who are registered to vote will be allowed to vote in the 22 April general elections. "We have ruled that South Africans citizens...

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