Department of Home Affairs

 
Homophobic US pastor, Steven Anderson, in joint venture with Cape Town church
Homophobic US pastor, Steven Anderson, in joint venture with Cape Town church
An unapologetically anti-gay Cape Town preacher is planning to open two churches in South Africa, along with banned US pastor Steven...
Herman Mashaba defends his comments stating “illegal” immigrants are criminals
Herman Mashaba defends his comments stating “illegal” immigrants are criminals
Johannesburg mayor Herman Mashaba has reiterated and defended his statements that foreign nationals who are in Johannesburg without documentation...
Gigaba: We're slowly but surely educating home affairs staff to be more LGBTI-friendly
Gigaba: We're slowly but surely educating home affairs staff to be more LGBTI-friendly
For more than a month Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba dithered over whether or not to allow anti-gay United States pastor Steven Anderson into...
Editorial: Protect us from hate speech
Editorial: Protect us from hate speech
The past week has been something of a rollercoaster ride for Southern Africa’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) community....
Botswana LGBTI activists push to keep 'kill the gays' pastor out of their country
Botswana LGBTI activists push to keep 'kill the gays' pastor out of their country
While South Africans celebrate Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba’s...
Gigaba describes home affairs officials' treatment of LGBTI people as 'inhumane, malicious'
Gigaba describes home affairs officials' treatment of LGBTI people as 'inhumane, malicious'
Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba said he was shocked to learn on Tuesday that officials from his own department demanded that same-sex couples 'prove' they were gay before they could register their marriage....
Home affairs: Guptas don't run our visas
Home affairs: Guptas don't run our visas
The Department of Home Affairs is not allowing the Gupta family to fleece visitors to South Africa, says its visa supplier.
Home Affairs is on the up
Home Affairs is on the up
‘I speak everything from Shona to the Bangladeshi language. People are the same all over, we all the same, and here we speak the same language...
Home Affairs maintains tourism travel rules are no problem
Home Affairs maintains tourism travel rules are no problem
The Department of Home Affairs has said reports of UK-based travellers experiencing problems entering South Africa because of immigration...
Committee will resolve visa issues, says Ramaphosa
Committee will resolve visa issues, says Ramaphosa
The unintended consequences of the new visa regulations are temporary and the problem is going to be resolved, according to Deputy President Cyril...
'Money for papers' at home affairs
'Money for papers' at home affairs
On any given weekday somewhere between 500 and well over a thousand people line up at the Marabastad office of the department of home affairs, on...
Brakes still wanted on visa rules
Brakes still wanted on visa rules
Confusion remains over whether the Cabinet will re-examine the controversial visa regulations that tourism industry players say are damaging local...

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