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How to avoid harming work permits for foreigners
Fri, 23 May 2014Foreign nationals working for your local company who don’t confirm their
employment to Home Affairs or have overstayed on a visa could put you and
your business at serious risk.
Home Affairs addresses concerns on expiry of Zim permits
Wed, 21 May 2014
The Department of Home Affairs says it has noted recent reports in print and online media on the looming expiration of permits issued to Zimbabwean nationals under the special dispensation period.
New visa rules put investment, jobs in jeopardy
Tue, 20 May 2014
New visa rules issued by Home Affairs, applicable to foreigners who need to execute short-term projects in South Africa, will put R1 billion in investment and 1600 local jobs in jeopardy.
Implications of cross-border employment
Thu, 27 Oct 2011The concept of cross-border employment is growing in popularity as skills shortages continue to plague the country but many businesses and individuals are unaware of the legalities surrounding foreign workers. Manpower MD, Peter Winn talks about the intricacies of moving and employing staff globally.
SA issues over 65 000 work permits
Thu, 18 Aug 2011
The Department of Home Affairs’ issuing of works permits to Zimbabwean nationals, under its recent Zimbabwe Dispensation Project, has inflated the number of work permits issued by the department to foreigners, with over 65 000 issued in the first quarter of this fiscal year.
Home Affairs opens Barrack Street office to the public
Mon, 18 Apr 2011
The newly renovated Home Affairs office in Barrack Street, Cape Town, will be open to the public from Monday, 18 April 2011. The office will provide services such as the printing and issuing of birth certificates and other civic documents, applications for permits, and all data will be captured online through live capture technology.
Home Affairs permit processing grinds to a halt
Wed, 12 Jan 2011
The Department of Home Affairs can provide no timelines as to when the processing of temporary residence and permanent residence applicants will get back to normal. According to Leon Isaacson, MD of Global Migration SA, the Home Affairs processing of work, study business and other permits has effectively ground to a halt, with a backlog estimated at 30 000.