Cape Town - Forged bank proclamations, deficient assets on submitted bank explanations, manufactured greeting letters and misrepresented inn reservations are only a portion of the reasons South African missions abroad dismissed 98 000 traveler visa applications from around the world.
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Home Affairs Minister Aaron Motsoaledi shared a report which showed 98 760 vacationer visa applications had been dismissed during the 2021/2022 monetary year.
The figures were gathered from South Africa's international safe havens, offices, and other conciliatory posts abroad.
Motsoaledi shared the reasons and the measurements in a composed parliamentary reaction to a progression of inquiries posed by DA parliamentary the travel industry representative Manny de Freitas.
"I'm saying there are numerous candidates and I need to know why they are being dismissed."
He said South Africa's travel industry figures were just not sufficient and it was essential to comprehend that the nation had numerous contenders for vacationers.
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