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SStatement by the Minister of Home Affairs, Mr. Malusi Gigaba MP, at the Media Briefing on Visa-related Reforms in Pretoria on 25 September 2018

At its ordinary meeting of 19 September 2018, Cabinet announced that a number of changes will be made to make it easier for tourists, business people and academia to come to South Africa. This was after Cabinet had received a joint report from the Ministers of Home Affairs and Tourism.
Travel reforms will include amendments to regulations applying to foreign minors travelling to South Africa, visa waivers and relaxation of visa requirements for certain countries.

On Tuesday, 25 September 2018, Minister of Home Affairs, Mr Malusi Gigaba held a media briefing to provide further details and revealed a number of changes to South Africa's current immigration regulations which may ease international travel for locals and foreigners as part of the economic stimulus and recovery plan.

The full statement can be read via this link: http://www.dha.gov.za/index.php/statements-speeches/1186-statement-by-the-minister-of-home-affairs-mr-malusi-gigaba-mp-at-the-media-briefing-on-visa-related-reforms-in-pretoria-on-25-september-2018

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