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NEW REQUIREMENTS FOR CHILDREN TRAVELLING THROUGH SOUTH AFRICAN PORTS OF ENTRY 

- EFFECTIVE 1 JUNE 2015

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Media alert: Over 90% of Home Affairs Offices not opened today, 24 June 2017

The Department of Home Affairs has established that over 90% of its offices are not operating today, Saturday, 24 June 2017 due to insufficient staff numbers that turned up to work as part of the settlement agreement with the Unions...READ MORE

Media statement: Operationalising the settlement agreement between Home Affairs and Labour Unions

However, despite all the efforts taken and the goodwill shown by the Unions, the Department would still like to caution the public that some of our offices may not operate at anticipated capacity this Saturday...READ MORE

Minister Mkhize to attend the PWMSA National Women Empowerment Seminar

The Minister of Home Affairs, Prof Hlengiwe Mkhize, will participate in the Progressive Women’s Movement of South Africa (PWMSA) National Women Empowerment Seminar that will run over three days. The overarching theme for the seminar will be: “Financial Inclusion, a Tool for Sustainable Women Empowerment”...READ MORE

Budget Policy Statement by Minister of Home Affairs, Prof Hlengiwe Mkhize, at the National Council of Provinces, Cape Town, 20 June 2017

Honourable Chairperson, indeed I am honoured to present the Budget Policy Statement of the Department of Home Affairs (DHA), for 2017/18...READ MORE

HOME AFFAIRS, PARTNERS TO HOLD WORLD REFUGEE DAY DIALOGUE

The Department of Home Affairs will on Tuesday, 20 June 2017, commemorate the World Refugee Day by hosting a Dialogue aimed at promoting social cohesion among refugees, the migrant community and citizens...READ MORE

Settlement Agreement between the Department of Home Affairs and the Unions

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Update on the Labour Dispute at Home Affairs

Members of the media are invited to a media briefing to provide an update on the recent labour dispute between the Department of Home Affairs and the Labour Unions. The focus of the media briefing will be on the settlement agreement reached between the parties...READ MORE

UNWARRANTED PUBLIC SERVANTS ASSOCIATION (PSA) LEAFLETS DISTRIBUTED TO HOME AFFAIRS OFFICIALS AND THE PUBLIC AT LARGE

Today, 12 June 2017, PSA has, to the dismay of the Department of Home Affairs (DHA), and in a manner that may be regarded as unscrupulous and devoid of any integrity, distributed misinformation in the form of fliers to officials at Head Office, and by extension, to the public at large...READ MORE

Statement by the Minister of Home Affairs, Prof Hlengiwe Mkhize, on the passing of the Border Management Authority Bill

The Ministry and Department of Home Affairs has welcomed the passing of the Border Management Authority Bill by the National Assembly, on 9 June 2017...READ MORE

Statement by Home Affairs Director-General, Mkuseli Apleni,  at media briefing on unions’ notice to strike over working hours for front offices

It is with deep concern that we announce to the nation that the Department of Home Affairs was served with a notice to strike over working hours for front offices. These offices receive and process requests for various services from citizens and other clients...READ MORE

Media briefing on intended strike by Home Affairs officials

The Director-General for Home Affairs, Mkuseli Apleni, will on Thursday, 08 June 2017, brief the media on the intended strike by officials belonging to labour unions. The unions have served the Department with a notice to strike on 19 June 2017...READ MORE