Mozambique tightens laws on non-compliant companies and foreign workers Mozambique has tightened their reign in terms of work permits and employer obligations. Immigration and Labour officials are now conducting regular audits of employers in certain areas of Mozambique, namely, the Cabo Delgado province.
Urgent alert issued by Home Affairs regarding visa rectifications, visa transfers and rejected appeals
Urgent alert issued by Home Affairs regarding visa rectifications, visa transfers and rejected appeals Urgent alert issued by the Department of Home Affairs regarding visa rectifications, visa transfers and appeals on applications rejected. Below, please find a summary of the attached directive for ease of reference:
ETHIOPIA: Ethiopia’s immigration Ethiopia is a wonderful and beautiful country that is very well known for the discovery of coffee. The story of the discovery of coffee is quite interesting, an Ethiopian Shepard started to notice his goats were very restless when they ate the leaves and then this was explored further to make what we know today as the drink that no one can do without.
Families denied boarding and entry to SA during holidays According to the online newsportal Toursim Update, a total of 623 travellers were denied boarding during the holiday season between 9 December 2016 and 14 January 2017 by various airlines, while 1 222 minors were refused arrival at the country's ports of entry, including airports and land borders. This is according to figures revealed by the Department of Home Affairs last week.
Migrating to Namibia With the economic uncertainty all over, Namibia has been one of those the countries individuals have been looking at for a bit of stability and resulting in an influx of potential migrants visiting our borders soon.
Top 5 things you need to know once you’ve obtained Permanent Residence in South Africa Firstly, Congratulations on obtaining your Permanent Residence in South Africa. As this is quite an exciting time for you, IBN wishes to inform you of the top 5 things to think of once you have received your Permanent Residence.