06 April 2020
The Deputy Minister of Home Affairs, Mr Njabulo Nzuza, will tomorrow, Tuesday 7 April 2020, visit Home Affairs offices in Edenvale and Soweto. The purpose of the visit is to assess how essential services are provided to citizens during the lockdown.
In support of officials on duty, the Deputy Minister will share with the offices, experiences and challenges in this period. During the lockdown, it is required that all interactions are safe and that protective equipment is used properly to protect officials and clients.
Until further notice, Home Affairs offices open from 10h00 to 14h00, Monday to Friday. Limited services offered are issuing out of Temporary Identity Certificates and Death Certificates and re-issuing of Birth Certificates. Other services are not available as offices are on skeleton staff. Offices located in Thusong Centres are closed.
Members of the media are invited to join the Deputy Minister, as follows:
DATE: Tuesday, 07 April 2020
VENUE: Edenvale Home Affairs, Old Checkers Building, 116 Van Riebeeck Ave &, Hendrik Potgieter St, Edenvale
TIME: 12h00
DATE: Tuesday, 07 April 2020
VENUE: Soweto Home Affairs, 1902 Kumalo Main Rd & Armitage St, Orlando West, Soweto
TIME: 13h00
Enquiries: Siya Qoza, ‪082 898 1657 (spokesperson for the Minister of Home Affairs) and David Hlabane, ‪071 342 4284 (media manager for the Department of Home Affairs)