Johannesburg – Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba says his department wants to ensure peace and stability in areas that have been “earmarked” as problematic, following violent attacks on foreign nationals at the weekend. 147 more words
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In a statement released yesterday by the Zambian High Commission to South Africa, the Zambian government has suspended the extension of conditional work permits for expatriates until the system was reorganised to eliminate abuse. 924 more words
As 2016 draws to a close I’ve decided to make this my last blog post for 2016. With the cold weather coming in fast and knowing that I am going to have 2 weeks with my children exploring London to its fullest, I’ve decided to hibernate a bit until they get here and no activity means no blog posts. 482 more words
Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba last week said illegal foreign nationals living in Johannesburg must be treated as criminals since they came to South Africa illegally. 349 more words
Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba will seek a meeting with Johannesburg mayor Herman Mashaba, who has been quoted as calling foreigners criminals.
“Minister Gigaba views the comments as unfortunate, and will brief the mayor on government’s policy and interventions in relation to the management of international migration‚” said a statement issued by his office on Monday. 262 more words