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2015/08/01 14:34
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Durban - Durban’s tourism-dependent businesses have seen a drop in overseas visitors because of the country’s new visa regulations for children. Local travel associations, travel agents, hotels and...
2015/08/01 14:34
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2015/07/31 12:03
2015/07/31 12:03
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Scores of South Africans woke up to a disturbing reality this week when the British High Commission contacted them to say that their UK Visa Applications together with all supporting documentation...
2015/07/31 10:29
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A joint operation conducted under the umbrella of Operation Fiela, comprising inter alia of members of the SAPS, the Department of Home Affairs, the Metro Police and private security, yielded positive...
2015/07/30 17:34
2015/07/30 17:34
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The new travel regulations may affect tourism to South Africa, but with good reason, writes Mayihlome Tshwete. Johannesburg - We’re glad people take seriously recent changes in South Africa’s...
2015/07/30 17:34
2015/07/30 17:34
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Pretoria - A Zimbabwean couple has approached the South African embassy in Harare seeking a reversal of the one year travel prohibition imposed on them by Home Affairs officials at the Beitbridge...
2015/07/30 13:34
2015/07/30 13:34
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INDEPENDENT MEDIARadovan Krejcir has a sense of humour, says the writer, but in a man accused of being a very violent criminal, a murderer, its probably not calculated to give people pleasure....
2015/07/30 10:18
2015/07/30 10:18
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OPINION: Hanekom vs Gigaba: When a law hurts the country Malusi Gigaba,child visa regulations,Minister of Home Affairs Malusi Gigaba,stricter visa regulations,Derek Hanekom Stephen Grootes questions...
2015/07/29 13:34
2015/07/29 13:34
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DoCTourism Minister Derek Hanekom has appointed a task team to look into the damage caused by strict new visa regulations. File picture: Siyasanga Mbambani Cape Town - Tourism Minister Derek Hanekom...
2015/07/29 11:34
2015/07/29 11:34
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With the new Premier Soccer League (PSL) season rapidly approaching, it’s expected there will be quite a bit of activity in the transfer market over the next week or two. Not that the 16 top-flight...
2015/07/29 07:18
2015/07/29 07:18
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New visa rules cause ‘worrying drop’ in tourism Minister Derek Hanekom has admitted the new regulations have had a huge impact on the industry. Minister Derek Hanekom has admitted the new...
2015/07/28 23:03
2015/07/28 23:03
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Recruitment agency statistics show that the highest incidences of job applicants having a criminal record are in the metered taxi,motor, security, government and retailing sectors. Compounding the...
2015/07/28 15:35
2015/07/28 15:35
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DOCAn overhaul of South Africas law on refugees will be tabled in Parliament towards late September, MPs heard. Photo: Siyasanga Mbambani Parliament - An overhaul of South Africa’s law on refugees...
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2015/07/28 14:29
2015/07/28 14:29
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Today, Economic Opportunities Minister, Alan Winde, briefed the Western Cape Provincial Parliament on the impact of the visa regulations. The Standing Committee on Economic Opportunities, Tourism and...
2015/07/27 22:03
2015/07/27 22:03
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The students, mainly from Cameroon and Zimbabwe, have been waiting for more than six months for their visa renewals. This means they are unable to leave South Africa or visit their home...
2015/07/27 15:18
2015/07/27 15:18
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Operation Fiela seizes R800k worth of counterfeit goods Thirteen premises and more than a 100 vehicles were searched in Parow. FILE: The controversial police operation is notorious for raids in...
2015/07/27 10:03
2015/07/27 10:03
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A rose, if called by any other name, is still a rose. If this amendment is passed, a King Protea, will have to be called by another name. A failure to do so, other than as a badge on sporting kit,...
2015/07/25 14:29
2015/07/25 14:29
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By Karen Hofman, University of the Witwatersrand Maternal and child deaths have received significant attention in the effort to meet the Millennium Development Goals by the end of 2015, but...
2015/07/25 11:34
2015/07/25 11:34
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SAPSPolice hold a suspect during an anti-crime operation in Parow. Pictures: Captain Piet Smit Cape Town - Police in Cape Town conducted a massive operation in Parow on Saturday during which almost...
2015/07/24 20:22
2015/07/24 20:22
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The Department of Home Affairs has expressed concern at the rate of identity theft in the country. According to the department this has cost the economy about R 2 billion. This has led to the...
2015/07/24 15:34
2015/07/24 15:34
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INDEPENDENT MEDIAThe road traffic rules are being changed again to make it easier for authorities to catch motorists who do not pay e-toll bills and traffic fines. File picture: Ihsaan...
2015/08/01 14:34
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