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Kenya Rules and Regulations Update

After several months of having no frequent updates due to the fact that the world came to a standstill with Covid-19, this is finally changing. We are so glad to start delivering frequent updates on news and new developments in Kenya. If you want to travel to Kenya you need a COVID19-free certificate as per Ministry of Health guidelines in you...

Our new normal – what will change indefinitely?

South Africa will soon be opening its borders to international travelers and dropping some of the harshest lockdown measures taken by any country. Spring is in the air and South Africans are looking forward to enjoying it much more than in the past, given the long winter months stuck at home. With a sense of going back to...

2020-10-01T09:29:57+01:00Oct 1st, 2020|Categories: Immigration, International, Legal Development, SA Economy News, SA Politics|Tags: , |

Business repatriation flights for EU and German employees.

The Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany, the South African Government Authorities and Lufthansa had a collaboration the past few months to enable many of the Southern African-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s member companies, to bring their urgently needed technical personnel into South Africa to facilitate further economic growth and employment in the country. Lufthansa arranged additional repatriation flights for...

2020-09-11T06:37:50+01:00Sep 11th, 2020|Categories: International, Legal Development, Uncategorised|Tags: , , , , |

Ghana Reopens International Airspace Effective from 1 September

The Ghanaian government announced yesterday, 30 August 2020 that its international airspace will be reopened to commercial flights, effective from 1 September 2020. Furthermore, please note that the following protocols must be adhered to:

  1. A Covid-19 test result must be...

From our Legal Desk – An African Update

The Nigerian Federal Government has announced that it will reopen its airports for international travel from 29 August 2020. All individuals travelling to Nigeria, should note the following, which has been implemented with immediate effect:

  • Covid-19 test must have been undertaken within 2 weeks of departure but it is preferable to do so no more than 5 days prior to boarding;
  • Travellers will be given an appointment to attend the Sample Collection Centre...
2020-08-28T17:16:59+01:00Aug 28th, 2020|Categories: Immigration, International|

Mozambique announcement

The President announced a phased approach to resuming economic and social activity in Mozambique. Phase 1: Low Risk Activities – Beginning August 18

  • Resumption of higher education classes, technical and vocational classes, primary and adult education teaching training classes (if compliant with the conditions imposed by the health authorities)
  • Increased participation in funeral services to 50 people, except in cases where...
2020-08-28T16:14:48+01:00Aug 28th, 2020|Categories: International, Uncategorised|
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