SA Migration Newsletter
24 / 2019
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20. Sep. 2019 Mail & Guardian

Two children, then aged eight and 14, from Sterkspruit in the Eastern Cape had to leave school in 2015 and sit at home after being chased out of their primary school because they did not have birth certificates. In Alexandria, also in the Eastern Cape, eight learners from a safe house for abandoned and orphaned children were expelled from a primary school for the same reason.
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11. Oct. 2019 Human Rights Commission

The South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC or Commission) has released its Position Paper on Access to a Basic Education for Undocumented Learners, inclusive of findings and recommendations addressed to the State. The release of this Paper follows an extensive consultation process with relevant stakeholders. Thousands of children across the country face insurmountable barriers in accessing school on a continuous basis as a result of their undocumented status. In line with the current laws and policies, certain documentation must be submitted in order to enroll a child at school, and the failure to submit, or the inability to do so, results in the exclusion of the child.
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27. Aug. 2019 Peter Bruce

I have news. “As from today [August 15], travellers from Qatar, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates and New Zealand will no longer require a visa to visit SA for holidays, conferencing, and business meeting visits,” Aaron Motsoaledi, the minister of home affairs, declared.
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11. Jul. 2019 Traveller24

Rampahosa: Tourism is the new gold in Africa President Cyril Ramaphosa has made it clear that South Africa`s tourism industry is open for business, at the closing of Africa`s Travel Indaba concluded on 4 May.
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