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Here is how much Home Affairs workers get pay per month in South Africa.

The Department of Home Affairs is a department of the South African government. Aaron Motsoaledi was appointed Minister of Home Affairs in May 2019


The mandate of the department is two-fold:

 To begin, the DHA is the custodian, protector, and verifier of the identity and status of South African citizens and other residents....Secondly, the DHA controls, regulates, and facilitates immigration and the movement of people through ports of entry.

 

 Administration Clerk

Range:

R108k - R268k (Estimated *)

Average:

R181,296

Administrative Clerk

Range:

R94k - R271k (Estimated *)

Average:

R168,444

Administrative / Office Manager

Range:

R132k - R424k (Estimated *)

Average:

R236,788

Administrative Assistant

Range:

R28k - R239k (Estimated *)

Average:

R113,964

Applications Systems Analyst/Programmer

Range:

R111k - R530k (Estimated *)

Average:

R287,111

 

Home Affairs is one of the busiest departments. There are always people moving in and out, seeking helpers. Many thousands of people get help. In home affairs, we come across different types of people, some nice and some rude. Today we will look at how much they get paid per month for working under such pressure. we also look at what qualifications one needs to find themselves working together in a working environment. Share your thoughts on this one. Don't forget to like and comment on this article.

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