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NEW NOTICE: IMMIGRATION DIRECTIVE NO. 15 OF 2020: TEMPORARY VISA CONCESSION FOR HOLDERS OF INTRA-COMPANY TRANSFER VISAS CURRENTLY RESIDENT IN THE REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA...READ MORE


Home Affairs Budget Vote Speech 2021

Minister of Home Affairs Dr Aaron Motsoaledi and Deputy Minister of Home Affairs Mr Njabulo Nzuza will present the Department’s Budget Vote Speech in Parliament on Wednesday 19 May 2021 at 14:00...READ MORE

MINISTER AARON MOTSOALEDI AND EXECUTIVE MAYOR CLLR GEOFFREY MAKHUBO TO ENGAGE THE COMMUNITY OF ELDORADO PARK ON HOME AFFAIRS AND OTHER GOVERNMENT SERVICES

The Minister of Home Affairs, Dr Aaron Motsoaledi, and the City of Johannesburg Executive Mayor, Cllr Geoffrey Makhubo are scheduled to engage the community of Eldorado Park on Saturday 15 May 2021, as part of government’s drive to take services to the people...READ MORE

THE DEPARTMENT OF HOME AFFAIRS SECURES A COURT INTERDICT AGAINST THE UNIFICATION TASK TEAM  

The Department of Home Affairs has secured a court interdict which prohibits members of the Unification Task Team (UTT) from intimidating Home Affairs staff and people visiting Home Affairs offices. The interdict also prohibits UTT from damaging any Home Affairs property...READ MORE

THE DEPARTMENT OF HOME AFFAIRS FULLFILS ITS PROMISE TO THE UNIFICATION TASK TEAM 

The Department of Home Affairs has issued a circular to staff, provincial departments of health and metropolitan and district municipalities granting provisional designation for funeral parlours or undertakers to temporarily conduct business relating to Home Affairs registration of deaths...READ MORE

THE DEPARTMENT OF HOME AFFAIRS PROVIDES AN UPDATE ON THE ONLINE EXTENSION OF ASYLUM SEEKER VISA AND REFUGEE STATUS

The Department of Home Affairs and its partners are calling upon qualifying asylum seekers and refugees to renew their expired visas and statuses online before the deadline on 30 June 2021...READ MORE

The Department of Home Affairs provides progress update on the removal of tents and ablution facilities at temporary shelters in Paint City and Wingfield in Cape Town 

The Department of Home Affairs and its partners have been engaging the protestors living in temporary shelters in Paint City and Wingfield in Cape Town before taking down the tents and removing ablution facilities today, 30 April 2020...READ MORE

STATEMENT ON THE CABINET MEETING OF WEDNESDAY, 21 APRIL 2021 

Cabinet held its first physical meeting since the introduction of the lockdown in 2020, this is part of Cabinet transitioning itself to the new normal as the country continues to re-open itself...READ MORE 

Minister of Home Affairs Dr Aaron Motsoaledi provides an update on the matter of protesters who are living in shelters in Paint City and Wingfield in Cape Town

We invited you today to provide an update on the efforts of government and its partners to resolve the matter of protesters who are living in shelters in two centres in Cape Town, namely; Paint City and Wingfield...READ MORE

MINISTER MOTSOALEDI TO BRIEF THE MEDIA ON THE EFFORTS TO RESOLVE ASYLUM SEEKERS AND REFUGEES PROTESTS IN CAPE TOWN

The Minister of Home Affairs, Dr Aaron Motsoaledi, will brief the media on Monday, 19 April 2021, about efforts to resolve protests by asylum seekers and refugees who are currently accommodated in Paint City and Wingfield in Cape Town...READ MORE

Home Affairs Minister Dr Aaron Motsoaledi extends the validity of visas which expired during the lockdown to 30 June 2021 for short-term and 31 July 2021 for long-term visas

The Minister of Home Affairs, Dr Aaron Motsoaledi, has issued Directions, in line with the National State of Disaster Regulations, extending the validity period of legally issued visas which expired during the lockdown period to 30 June 2021 for short-term visas, issued for a period not longer than 90 days, such as a tourist visa...READ MORE