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Jubilation as Home Affairs Arrest Officials Who Are Smuggling Illegal Immigrants Into The Country

To further his anti-illegal immigration crusade, Dr. Aaron Motsoaledi has ordered the arrest of a Home Affairs employee who has been implicated in questionable deals. According to reports, the officer was involved in the smuggling of foreign persons into the country, particularly illegal immigrants. The smuggling of Bangladeshis into South Africa was one of his main responsibilities.

  3 months ago ago
Jubilation as Home Affairs Arrest Officials Who Are Smuggling Illegal Immigrants Into The Country

RELIGION

OPINION|| I Respect this Judge Because he Uses Spiritual Wisdom From God

Mogeong after he was appointed by Pres Zuma through pressure from WMC, Acsa, Media he had to prove himself that he is not pro Zuma, by declaring that PP Madonsela findings against Pres Zuma were binding, and he was praised as anti Zuma. Pres Zuma said all this dilema of bias and estranged brother-in-law Zondo towards him, was caused by Mogoeng as he 1st appointed WC Desai & changed later as an after thought, to appoint this Captured, full of Ego, above Constitution Zondo.

  1 year ago ago
OPINION|| I Respect this Judge Because he Uses Spiritual Wisdom From God

SOCIETY

Unexpected || Watch these illegal foreigner lying to Police Officers, but he got what he deserve.

https://mobile.twitter.com/Jambase2020/status/1468832063021268992 There is 15 million illegal immigrants in South Africa, some are working at the Sabc, some are in Parliament, one is Chief Executive at ACSA. Can ANC tell me what’s the plan on the these illegals, for how long are these people going to live like this?

  8 months ago ago
Unexpected || Watch these illegal foreigner lying to Police Officers, but he got what he deserve.

TRAVEL

The ACSA Has Released An Official Statement To The Public

https://ewn.co.za/0001/01/01/acsa-says-fuel-shortages-at-or-tambo-airport-due-to-kzn-floods?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter JOHANNESBURG - Airports Company South Africa has ascribed its fuel supply disappointments at OR Tambo International Airport to the new Kwa-Zulu Natal Floods. The Sunday Times revealed that carriers are spending as much as R1.5 million for every trip to redirect their airplane to different air terminals for refueling as there is a lack at the landmass' greatest air terminal.

  2 months ago ago
The ACSA Has Released An Official Statement To The Public

TRAVEL

Bad news-a problem has been detached in SA

Air terminals Company South Africa (Acsa) has lost cash for just the second time in its 28-year history. Acsa says its monetary outcomes for the year 31 March 2021 mirror the staggering effect on aeronautics and the travel industry of the primary year of the Covid-19 pandemic.

  9 months ago ago
Bad news-a problem has been detached in SA

SOCIETY

Jubilation as Home Affairs Arrest Officials Who Are Smuggling Illegal Immigrants Into The Country

Dr Aaron Motsoaledi has eventually taken his fight against unlawful laborers to a more elevated level by mentioning the catch of a Home Affairs official related with shaddy dealings. The authority is said to have been locked in with slipping new nationals into South Africa, especially unlawful untouchables.

  3 months ago ago
Jubilation as Home Affairs Arrest Officials Who Are Smuggling Illegal Immigrants Into The Country

TRAVEL

Minister Fikile Mbalula on resolution of Jet fuel shortage at OR Tambo International Airport

Minister Mbalula reassures airlines of the resolution of Jet Fuel Shortage at OR Tambo International Airport Following my appointments with the Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy, the Airports Company South Africa (ACSA), the Departments of Transport and Mineral Resources & Energy, were instructed to put procedures in place to address the jet fuel scarcity experienced at OR Tambo International Airport.

  3 months ago ago
Minister Fikile Mbalula on resolution of Jet fuel shortage at OR Tambo International Airport

TRAVEL

Airports Company South Africa: Here is When you Can fly Again

Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) have indicated that they have a proposal to get South Africans travelling by plane as soon as possible depending on government approval. The proposed plan from the regulatory body is looking forward to the 1st of June, when Level 3 of the lockdown will be implemented in certain parts of the country. The CEO of ACSA, Nompumelelo Mpofu, stated that the industry is set to get back in to business by the beginning of next month. Here is what the flight window looks like. A li

  2 years ago ago
Airports Company South Africa: Here is When you Can fly Again

COVID

Great news! South African airports to resume operation

Airports Company of South Africa (ACSA) has announced that three airports will resume operating for business travel from 21 July. Image by thesouthafrican.com This follows the restrictions and permitted flights travel caused by the nationwide lockdown. All South African airports were permitted to operate from the beginning of 21 days lockdown until level 3 of lockdown announced by the President of the country months back. Image: ACSA website Airports are now allowed to operate for only business related matters.

  2 years ago ago
Great news! South African airports to resume operation

TRAVEL

Government give Air Transportation regulations on Level 3

The Airports Company of South Africa (Acsa) suspended air traveling amidst #covid19.It is now preparing for the resumption of some domestic flights under the country’s new level 3 lockdown,to keep its doors open and save jobs losses. The Disaster Management Community gave (Acsa) to present a contigency plan to resume operations and They presented this to parliament’s portfolio committee on Transport on Monday (18 May), Acsa proposed that airlines effectively run at 20% – 25% of the domestic travel vol

  2 years ago ago
Government give Air Transportation regulations on Level 3

COVID

Taxpayers Will Have To Fork Out Billions For Covid-19, SOEs Tell Parliament

State elements, including the SABC, Denel, Airports Company SA (Acsa) and the Post Office, have mentioned billions of rand in subsidizing from the citizen to assist them with enduring the Covid storm, says the National Treasury.  In an introduction to parliament's standing board of trustees on allocations, the Treasury said the SABC "has shown" an income loss of R1.5bn for the 2020/21 budgetary year because of the pandemic's effect on income and the uprooting expenses of open help declarations.  "The SABC

  1 year ago ago
Taxpayers Will Have To Fork Out Billions For Covid-19, SOEs Tell Parliament

TRAVEL

Flying internationally from South Africa - here what to expect.

The Airports Company South Africa (Acsa) has invited the nation's transition to a level lockdown and says that it is ready for the slow lifting of limitations on global flights yet has cautioned that travelers should pay some dues in the event that they plan on voyaging.  Tending to the country on Wednesday evening (16 September), president Cyril Ramaphosa said that the administration will steadily ease limitations on worldwide travel for business and relaxation from 1 October – subject to certain control

  1 year ago ago
Flying internationally from South Africa - here what to expect.

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Here Is Why Asca Is Set To Address The Fuel Concerns...

https://ewn.co.za/2022/05/09/acsa-to-address-concerns-on-jet-fuel-shortage-at-or-tambo-international-airport?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter JOHANNESBURG - Airports Company South Africa (Acsa) is supposed to frame the difficulties of stream fuel worries at OR Tambo International Airport in the midst of worries of a deficiency. Moving fuel from KwaZulu-Natal arrived at emergency point in light of broad harm to ship foundation directly following floods.

  2 months ago ago
Here Is Why Asca Is Set To Address The Fuel Concerns...

TRAVEL

Be cautious when traveling in and out of the country.

Just a month ago things changed drastically in our country from schools shutting down to work places closing down. Traveling from destination to destination has not been easy as well. Whether it's domestic or international flights it's been difficult to travel. For people who stranded in another country they must be going through the most, imagine having to use another countries currency for almost everything it really must be difficult. From having to pay for the accommodation you're staying at as well as

  2 years ago ago
Be cautious when traveling in and out of the country.

POLITICS

90 employees of nine state-owned entities will get paid R18m for sitting at home doing nothing!

Almost 90 representatives of nine state-possessed elements (SOEs), which fall under the Transport Department, have been sitting at home sitting idle while taking a sum of R18.4 million in pay rates. This was uncovered by Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula, who said the 86 representatives had been on suspension for a consolidated 562-month time span. Mbalula made the revelation because of parliamentary inquiries from DA MP Chris Hunsinger. Hunsinger had enquired about the quantity of workers in every element that

  1 year ago ago
90 employees of nine state-owned entities will get paid R18m for sitting at home doing nothing!

TRAVEL

Government considering name changes for South African airports.

Transpor Minister Fikile Mbalula says that his area of expertise is as of now thinking about a report on the renaming of the nation's air terminals.  Reacting in a composed parliamentary Q&A, Mbalula said that the report incorporates the result of public entries regarding the renaming of Cape Town International Airport.  He said that the Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) has additionally left on a task to rename East London Airport, Port Elizabeth International Airport and Kimberley Airport.  "This is

  1 year ago ago
Government considering name changes for South African airports.

BUSINESS

Former Treasurer at Airports Company has refused to answer questions at the State Capture Commission

Former Treasurer at Airports Company, ACSA, Phetolo Ramosebudi, has refused at the State Capture Commission in Johannesburg to answer questions regarding invoices he made to Regiments Capital requesting nearly half a million in payments for work he claimed to have done for Regiments in his personal capacity.  "Chairperson, I've been advised by my lawyers not to respond on this one in case I incriminate myself" said Ramosebudi. He joined the South African Airways in 2011.Earlier, Ramosebudi conceded that he

  1 year ago ago
Former Treasurer at Airports Company has refused to answer questions at the State Capture Commission

TRAVEL

Everything You Need To Know About Flying Under Lockdown Level 3

Show up two hours ahead of schedule, get dropped off or utilize open vehicle, get your packs wrapped  furthermore, don't remove your veil anytime.  These are among the new guidelines for flying under level 3 of lockdown. Transport serve Fikile Mbalula reported at the end of the week that new gazetted guidelines permit local trips for business related purposes as it were.  In an announcement on Tuesday, the Airports Company SA (Acsa) said the air terminal condition had "changed extensively". New strategie

  2 years ago ago
Everything You Need To Know About Flying Under Lockdown Level 3

TRAVEL

Mango Flights To Resume As ACSA Lifts Suspension Over Debt

Air terminals Company SA (Acsa) said on Wednesday evening it had lifted the suspension on Mango aircrafts from utilizing its air terminals because of remarkable obligation.This followed exchanges between the gatherings prior in the day.The carrier has made part installment towards the entirety it owes for landing expenses, stopping charges and traveler administration charges.

  1 year ago ago
Mango Flights To Resume As ACSA Lifts Suspension Over Debt

TRAVEL

Mango expected to fly again

Mango flights expected to resume on Thursday.The airline reached an agreement with the airports company, ACSA after making a partial payment.eNCA's reporter Heidi Giokos has more #eNCA The company refused to let the airline to use any of its airports yestarday for take off or landing due to that payment.

  1 year ago ago
Mango expected to fly again