500 Illegal Malawian Arrested On their Route To SA By Zimbabwe Police Got Mzansi Talking As Many Say
A South African countrywide and a journalist Gobetse Was Twitter stated in his Twitter account @Gobetse_M that "Some South African girls will ought to wait a touch bit longer earlier than they get pregnant as Zimbabwe arrest 500 unlawful Malawian's on their Route to South Africa."
During the week , the South African Home Affairs Minister said that the Police could check the status of foreign nationals in the country , but using a lawful approach. There are some things that you need to take note of that were reportedly made known by the Minister , including the issue of checking the status of foreign nationals.
Take note:SA Work Permits and Permanent Residency will no longer be issued to the following migrants
The Department of Home Affairs announced that it would no longer issue Work Permits and Permanent Residency to migrants in the religious sector. Dr Aaron Motsoaledi announced on Tuesday before the Parliament's portfolio Committee . He did this as he was giving an update regarding the issue of Shepherd Bushiri.
Illegal foreign workers in South Africa are starting to face the effects of the mounting pressure from locals. As citizens and Home Affairs do everything in their ability to stop the exploitation of our country by illegal immigration, many undocumented immigrants are uncertain of their future in the country.
Bad news for foreigners trying to enter the country, See what went down at Home Affairs headquarters Foreigners trying to gain access to the country will have to wait for more days before getting the relevant papers process after what happened at the home Affairs head quarter in Pretoria which caused a domino effect on other branches in South Africa.
Two foreign nationals that are couples have won a legal battle against the South African Home Affairs Department, the foreigners were denied permanent residency approval in South Africa by the department a few years ago, but they refuse to relent in their efforts in getting a permanent residency, so they proceeded to the court to battle it out legally, finally, they were victorious and the court has instruct Home Affairs to grant them a permanent residency paper that will legalize their stay in South Africa.
Home Affairs official reported for selling smart IDs to illegal immigrants. This morning a man shared that he had received a tip off from his brother that a certain Home Affairs officials was selling and producing smart IDs to illegal immigrants. This comes amidst the battle between South Africans and foreign nationals.
Disputes in court have broken out between the government of South Africa and Zimbabweans over the country's immigration crisis. To prevent the ZEP from expiring, Simba Chitando has filed a lawsuit against the Home Affairs Department and its Minister, Aaron Motsoaledi. The outcome of the dispute is unclear, but some observers think ZEP holders will win in court.
"We went on a little date at Home Affairs" congratulations pour in for this couple While you're here please follow me. One thing about people of this generation is that they do what they want, even if it's unconventional. @ReyaolebogaRose posted snaps from a date with her husband.
As a result of the inhabitants of South Africa's growing unrest, foreign nationals living and working illegally in the country are feeling the heat and impact. The citizenry and Home Affairs are doing everything they can to stop the exploitation of our country by illegal immigrants, but many undocumented immigrants still do not know what will happen to them.
(Picture supplied by SAPS official Facebook news page) The South African Police Service (SAPS) members conducted Operation O Kae Molao in Springs and this resulted in the arrest of 14 undocumented foreign nationals (pictured above) for illegal mining, the suspects will be processed by Home Affairs.
Weddings are not the same anymore, instead of a big expensive event couples these days choose simple and cheap and that means going to home affairs to get married saving that money for something else. With that said a lady recently left many people in awe after sharing her very own home affairs Wedding.
Parliament was told that there were 0 000 asylum seekers waiting for their appeals to be processed. The high number of economic migrants is one thing that adds to the backlog. Dr. Aaron Motsoaledi, the Minister of Home Affairs, said that his department is dealing with a backlog of refugee and asylum-seeker appeals.
Last week there was a news making waves that Zimbabweans whom wants to go back home are being turned back at the boarder by Border guards at the Beitbridge. This brought division in people's perspectives, with some challenging that idea saying they must be allowed to go home even though they don't have proper papers while some were saying it is good idea since some might be wanted gangs.
The south african department of home affairs systems hasn't been able to service the people for a very long time.This has resulted in millions of foreign nationals living in south africa illegally.The economic collapse of the south african neighbouring countries pushed millions of people to south africa to look for the greener pastures.South African institutions are being burdened by unknown number of illegal foreigners who also needs the services like medical care,water and electricity to name the few.The south Africans had in return suffered as they spend long hours in the queues in hospitals and clinics due to the foreign nationals.South Africa seems to have ran out of resources and the job opportunities are very scarce,the foreign nationals continues to invade the country illegally in search for the very same scarce hobs that the south africans are struggling to secure.The minister of home affairs Aaron Motsoaledi had told the press that the United Nations is working with them to clear the backlog in the refugee applications,the backlog was caused by more than hundred and thirty thousands applications that were initially rejected,the majority of the applicants were economic migrants with no specialized expertise,home affairs doesn't issue the permits to the economic migrants.Motsoaleldi said the United Nations had given south africa more than hundred and forty million rands in a space of four years to employ the staff that will be dealing with the backlog.
South Africa's President, Aaron Motsoaledi, has instituted stringent new regulations that have created bureaucratic hurdles in an effort to keep foreigners out of the country. South Africa allegedly lost R70 billion in investment that was scheduled to come from Europe as a result of the country's stringent regulations, which have made it even more difficult for European corporations to invest in the country.
Home Affairs minister Aaron Motsoaledi has changed a lot of things since he took oath of office. He is now targetting religious workers who come into the country seeking work. According to EWN, the Home Affairs department is set to clamp down on religious workers. Motsoaledi was briefing the parliament portfolio committee on migration.
• A power outage at a Pretoria office has resulted in a disruption of services provided by the Department of Home Affairs. • On Tuesday, backup power sources sustained damage, which brought an immediate halt to the issuance of Smart IDs and passports across the country. •
The South African Home Affairs Department was made to bite the dust by the Western Cape High Court on when the last option upset a choice to deny an unfamiliar couple permanent residency status .The department was given 20 days to concede Yew Teck Ling and his better half See Hie Chua permanent residency.
OPINION Home Affairs is implementing plans were foreign national religious workers are no longer being eligible for work permits, or permanent residency, in the country. They must come only as visitors, but as visitors who can perform work. This change means that there is no avenue available for these religious workers to obtain permanent residency status.