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27 June 2017
19 Jun 2017
Refugees struggle to renew papers at Home Affairs
A number of refugees from Somalia say they keep getting turned away at the Customs House foreshore offices of Home Affairs when trying to renew their documents. This after they had travelled all...
18 May 2017
Daily Podcast – May 18, 2017
Making headlines: Home affairs prioritising immigration policy Judgment expected in Ntlemeza's application to interdict Mbalula And, documents going missing at SABC
Home affairs prioritising immigration policy
Home affairs had made improving South Africa's international migration policy a priority, Minister Hlengiwe Mkhize said on Wednesday. Cabinet approved the white paper on international migration in...
07 Mar 2016
DoH: Home Affairs embarks on next phase of upgrading Live Capture System
The Department of Home Affairs has embarked on the next phase of upgrading its Live Capture System, to build on the work done to enhance processes for Smart ID card and passport applications....
23 Nov 2015
DoH: Mkuseli Apleni: Address by Home Affairs Director-General, at the media briefing on the Smart ID Card system upgrade and its impact on certain services, Sheraton Hotel (20/11/2015)
Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to this special briefing on the next critical steps in the upgrading of the DHA Live Capture system, which are a part of the broader effort of modernising all our...
24 Jun 2015
A mobile nation wants a mobile government
IBM South Africa
South Africa truly is a mobile nation. We literally have more cell phone accounts than people—a third more, to be precise. Nearly half the population (47 percent) has a smartphone and access to the...

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