Zim Man Label Operation Dudula a Satanist Group Killing Foreigners and being Protected by Motsoaledi
The action of our Home Affairs Minister, Dr Aaron Motsoaledi has continued to raise a whole lot of controversy between foreign nationals and citizens of South Africa. The Minister has been on the news lately over his commitment to ending all forms of illegal immigration into the country.
Passports issued by South Africa will soon be undergoing significant changes. What you can count on is... Home Affairs Minister Aaron Motsoaledi has announced major revisions to passports and visas. South Africa's Minister of Home Affairs, Aaron Motsoaledi, has recently announced significant reforms to the passport application and collection processes.
South Africa Minister of Home Affairs Dr. Aaron Motsoaledi has been effortlessly putting into measures policies to curb the menace of illegal immigration in the country. Home Affairs officials alongside concerned security agencies have arrested so many illegal foreigners residing in the country and this shows the hard work being done by the Minister.
The agency is requiring transit visas for some overseas travelers, according to Home Affairs Minister Aaron Motsoaledi, in an effort to curtail fraudulent operations. This comes after claims of corruption connected to transiting South African travelers from Pakistan and Bangladesh. Only the applicant may pick up their passport; the applicant's fingerprints serve as the document's activation.
Date: 11/08/2022 Huge CHANGES are coming to South African passports. Here's what to expect... Aaron Motsoaledi, the Minister of Home Affairs, said that there will be some big changes to passports and visas. Home Affairs Minister Aaron Motsoaledi announced some big changes to how South African passports are applied for and collected.
The South African Minister of Home Affairs Dr Aaron Motsoaledi has made a big announcement concerning the Bangladeshi and Pakistani foreigners in South Africa, Aaron Motsoaledi has announced that his department have decided to reinstate transit visa requirements for Bangladeshi and Pakistani immigrants, this comes after the department decided to withdraw the transit visa exemption for Bangladeshi and Pakistani immigrants..
New Month, New Policies, Aaron Motsoaledi Surprises Foreign Nationals After Making Huge Announcement
Date: 1/08/2022 SA's immigration system: Some people have praised Motsoaledi for his actions, which are ahead of what the ANC is planning to do. Dr. Aaron Motsoaledi, the Minister of Home Affairs, wants the country to have a clear migration policy framework. The ANC admits it hasn't had one since 1994 and is open to his proposed migration blue print.
[Home Affairs minister Aaron Motsoaledi is a medical doctor by profession. He has spoken about how it took him three hours to operate on a young girl who had been brutally raped by her mother's brother. “It took me three hours in theatre Her private parts were completely mutilated.
The Department of Home Affairs revealed this facts and information in its Twitter [email protected] when it says that " Minister Motsoaledi will brief the media on #Employment of 10 000 #youth with IT skills for the digitization of #DHA records on Thursday 11 August at 10am".
Motsoaledi Remains Resilient On His War Against Illegal Foreigners, Check Out What He Is About To Do
South Africa Minister of Home Affairs Dr. Aaron Motsoaledi is one of those few top government officials that is adamant and resilient in the fight against illegal foreigners in the country. The country is currently facing an immigration crisis that is proven difficult to be solved. Motsoaledi and his department have been working effortlessly and establishing different policies to reduce the influx of undocumented immigrants.
The South African Minister of Home Affairs, Dr. Aaron Motsoaledi, has just made a significant announcement regarding Bangladeshi and Pakistani foreigners living in South Africa. Aaron Motsoaledi has announced that his department has decided to reinstate transit visa requirements for Bangladeshi and Pakistani immigrants. This comes as a result of the department's previous decision to withdraw the transit visa exemption for Bangladeshi and Pakistani immigrants.
https://www.citizen.co.za/news/south-africa/politics/3163598/anc-laxity-on-migration-laws-1-august-2022/ OPINION South Africans have been complaining about the influx of foreigners in the country and they have been urging the government to put them first before anything else, however their grievances were not taken to account. Julius Malema even went as far saying, foreign nationals have to find creative ways to get into South Africa.
Home Affairs Minister Aaron Motsoaledi says the department will start a project to digitize its records that will cost R2.4 billion and take three years to finish. Motsoaledi said on Thursday that this would lead to about 10,000 graduates getting jobs. In February, when he gave his State of the Nation Address, President Cyril Ramaphosa said that 10,000 unemployed college graduates would be hired to help the Home Affairs department capture civil records.
Home Affairs is HIREING 10,000 unemployed college graduates. HERE'S how much they'll get paid. Dr. Aaron Motsoaledi, who is in charge of Home Affairs, said that his department is looking to hire as many as 10,000 unemployed graduates. People say that the department is full of more than 350 million paper records of births, marriages, deaths, and changes that go all the way back to 1895!
Immigration Crisis In SA Was Caused Due to Lack of Policies - Motsoaledi One of the key topics during the 6th National Policy Conference NPC being held by South Africa's ruling party, the African National Congress (ANC), in NASREC Johannesburg is illegal immigration. Dr. Aaron Motsoaledi, member of the party's National Executive Committee (NEC) and the country's Minister of Home Affairs, spoke at the conference and argued that the country's immigration system needed to be reorganized.
South African Minister of Home Affairs Dr. Aaron Motsoaledi made a significant announcement regarding Bangladeshi and Pakistani foreigners in South Africa. Dr. Motsoaledi announced that his department has decided to reinstate transit visa requirements for Bangladeshi and Pakistani immigrants. This major announcement by Dr. Aaron Motsoaledi was posted on social media site Twitter by the official account of the department of home affairs, and it means that Bangladeshi and Pakistani immigrants will no longer be permitted to enter the country or move freely in South Africa without proper documentation, and they have to undergo due process before being allowed to land in South Africa.
South African Minister of Home Affairs Dr. Aaron Motsoaledi in a recent interview granted to a news agency stated that they have discovered more than 2000 fraudulent marriages between South African nationals and foreign nationals. Motsoaledi says in such cases, those involved are not married legally but cohabiting in a fraudulent way. Before a marriage between a South African and a foreigner can be legalized, the Home Affairs office must be visited and proper documentation must be done. Motsoaledi further revealed
South Africa's ruling party African National Congress (ANC) is currently having its 6th National Policy Conference NPC in NASREC Johannesburg and one of the major discussions at the conference is the issue of illegal immigration. The country's Minister of Home Affairs and member of the party's National Executive Committee (NEC) Dr. Aaron Motsoaledi while giving his speech during the conference says the country needs a reshuffling of the whole immigration scheme of the country.
Home Affairs Minister Aaron Motsoaledi, a medical doctor, has said something regarding the rape of eight lady at a mine dump in Krugersdorp. He said it helped him to remember an occurrence 20 years prior when he needed to carry out reconstructive procedure on a 8-year-old rape casualty.
The Minister of Home Affairs, Dr Aaron Motsoaledi has been making frantic effort to restructure the system used in Home Affairs Commission as well as restore decency and respect for the rule of law among Officials of the department. For years now, the department has seen an increase in corrupt practices among its members and this has reduced the integrity of the commission within and outside the country.