SA Migration Newsletter
26 / 2023
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15. Dec. 2023 Hindustan News

South Africa`s home affairs minister approved planned revisions to work permit restrictions aimed at resolving a bureaucratic mess. South Africa’s home affairs minister approved planned revisions to work permit restrictions aimed at resolving a bureaucratic mess that’s frustating the nation’s largest investors and aggravating a skills shortage. It is stated that the revisions, which Aaron Motsoaledi has now signed, will be gazetted and made available for public comment in the coming days. Here’s more about the planned changes. South Africa Plans Changes In Work Permit Regulations The Home Affairs Minister of South Africa has approved some changes and adjustments. Government research recommended a number of adjustments, one of which might be the introduction of a new visa category for remote workers.
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13. Dec. 2023 CAJ News

JOHANNESBURG, (CAJ News) THE scrapping of passport requirements to travel between Botswana and Zimbabwe is a giant step towards regional integration and aligns with the free movement advocated for under the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA). The new arrangement will culminate in citizens of both neighbouring countries visiting the respective countries without the need of a passport, permit or visa, which have for years been bemoaned as expensive. An identification document (ID) would be enough to cross the borders. Citizens of both countries can live in Botswana or Zimbabwe for a maximum of 90 days without any visa, permit or passport.
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13. Nov. 2023 Enca

The centre was the applicant in the case which took aim at sections of the Act, which provided that an asylum seeker was automatically deemed to have abandoned their asylum application if they did not renew their visa within one month of its expiry. In the unanimous ruling handed down on Tuesday, the Constitutional Court categorised refugees as an `especially vulnerable group`, adding that `their plight calls for compassion`.
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12. Dec. 2023 Reuters

SYDNEY, Dec 11 (Reuters) - Australia on Monday said it would tighten visa rules for international students and low-skilled workers that could halve its migrant intake over the next two years as the government looks to overhaul what it said was a `broken` migration system. Under the new policies, international students would need to secure higher ratings on English tests and there would be more scrutiny on a student`s second visa application that would prolong their stay. `Our strategy will bring migration numbers back to normal,` Home Affairs Minister Clare O`Neil said during a media briefing.
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11. Dec. 2023 iol

This past week, local and global media outlets reported on South Africa’s Border Management Authority (BMA) intercepting buses transporting some 443 unaccompanied children at the Beitbridge crossing on the border with Zimbabwe. South Africa’s borders have become notorious for being open and unprotected.
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08. Dec. 2023 iol

Chief Justice Raymond Zondo handed down a unanimous judgment where the court upheld the applicants’ contention that parts of the Immigration Act infringed on their human dignity as foreign nationals. The Constitutional Court has ruled that the Immigration Act was inconsistent with the Constitution and that it infringed on a foreign national’s right to human dignity.
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