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African heads of state to carry 'African passport' by July
African heads of state to carry 'African passport' by July
In a bid to show solidarity and promote free movement of Africans within their region and other parts of the continent, African heads of states are...
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...
Rwanda cancels exiles' passports
Rwanda cancels exiles' passports
This comes after allegations that the government has been responsible for the attempted murder and harassment of its opponents in exile.
Zim may need South Africa's help in issuing passports
Zim may need South Africa's help in issuing passports
Zimbabwe may need to enlist the help of the South African government in issuing new Zimbabwean passports because the country is unable to process...
US slams 'corrupt' SA home affairs department
US slams 'corrupt' SA home affairs department
Poor administration and corruption at the Department of Home Affairs has resulted in thousands of fraudulent passports, identity documents and work...
Roll-out of new, high-security SA passport begins
Roll-out of new, high-security SA passport begins
The production of a high-security South African passport started on Wednesday, the CEO of the Government Printing Works said.
South Africans to get a new passport in April
South Africans to get a new passport in April
South Africans will have a new passport -- with undisclosed security features built into it -- next month.
Passport-production security beefed up
Passport-production security beefed up
Government has tightened up security around the production of South African passports, government spokesperson Themba Maseko said on Wednesday.

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