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NEW REQUIREMENTS FOR CHILDREN TRAVELLING THROUGH SOUTH AFRICAN PORTS OF ENTRY - EFFECTIVE 1 JUNE 2015

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Minister Gigaba to meet with mothers of the abducted children

The Minister of Home Affairs, Malusi Gigaba, will this afternoon meet with mothers of the two abducted children who were taken to Egypt without the their mothers’ consent by their Egyptian fathers...READ MORE

Statement by Minister Gigaba on the meeting with child advocacy groups, held in Rosebank on 02 July 2015

The meeting concentrated on requirements for travelling with children through South Africa’s ports of entry, including the unabridged birth certificate and parental consent...READ MORE

Minister Gigaba to meet child advocacy groups

The Minister of Home Affairs, Malusi Gigaba, will tomorrow meet with child advocacy groups to discuss the requirement for unabridged birth certificates when traveling with children in relation to the implementation of the Immigration Regulations...READ MORE

Introductory Remarks by Minister Gigaba on the occasion of the Colloquium on a new International Migration paradigm

It is my special privilege to welcome you all to this, the “Colloquium on a new International Migration paradigm for South Africa.” We thank you for setting aside many of the important you would rather be doing in order to join us as we try to shape up and refashion our international migration perspectives...READ MORE


Home Affairs hosts two-day Immigration Policy Colloquium

The Department of Home Affairs will host a two-day colloquium to undertake a comprehensive review of the International Migration Policy...READ MORE

STATEMENT BY DG MKUSELI APLENI ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE IMMIGRATION REGULATIONS

We would have preferred to present this update particularly dealing with statistics arising from implementation, at the end of the month. However, given the volume of reports and speculation in the public discourse, we thought it prudent to convene this briefing...READ MORE

Address by the Minister of Home Affairs, Mr. Malusi Gigaba, on the occasion of the Launch of the Operation Pyramid at the Kruger National Park on 19 June 2015

At its recent Summit of Heads of State and Government, the African Union adopted a Declaration committing it to facilitating the free movement of persons on the continent, as well as ultimately to destroying the colonial borders imposed on the African people and continent at the infamous Berlin Conference of 1884 – 1885...READ MORE


Ministers Gigaba, Mapisa-Nqakula to launch Operation Pyramid

The Minister of Home Affairs, Malusi Gigaba and the Minister of Defence and Military Veterans, Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula will on Friday, 19 June 2015, launch Operation Pyramid as part processes leading towards the establishment of the Border Management Agency (BMA)...READ MORE

Statement on Cabinet's reaffirmation of the Immigration Regulations

The Department of Home Affairs welcomes Cabinet’s reaffirmation of the Immigration Regulations and, in particular, the requirements for traveling with children through South Africa’s ports of entry...READ MORE


Statement by DG Mkuseli Apleni on NEW requirements for traveling with children effective 1 June 2015

Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to this special briefing ahead of the 1st June implementation of new requirements for travelling with children. We called this briefing because we needed to clarify a few issues...READ MORE

DG Apleni to address media on unabridged birth certificate requirements for traveling with minors

The Director-General of Home Affairs, Mkuseli Apleni, will today address members of the media to provide clarity on matters related to the Unabridged Birth Certificates requirement for children traveling abroad...READ MORE









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