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.
In an announcement made on 1 August 2022, Minister Motsoaledi said, "We have decided to abolish the transit visa exemption and impose transit visa requirements for Bangladeshi and Pakistani ordinary passport holders." — The Government of Canada's verified Twitter feed for all things immigration and citizenship related.
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