Home Affairs have announced extended festive season hours for ‘busy’ SA ports of entry.
Also, before driving to Zambia, make sure you read our post on the required Interpol documents here – Police Clearance Document required by Interpol – save yourself the headache of having to run around at the last minute.
The Department of Home Affairs has made its festive season plans for South Africa’s key ports of entry known as it expects an increase in travellers over the December and January period.
It is understood the plan will target possible threats and risks identified during previous peak periods such as fraudulent travel documents used by illegal migrants. Things that will be closely watched are passports, visas, affidavits, illegal stamping as well as undocumented travellers, pedestrians, cyclists and equine riders – to ensure they are subjected to thorough inspections.
Note that this is a supplementary post, read the full article in Issue 27 of ZASA Magazine (free download below) for all the data on which Ports of Entry are affected. We also give you the contact numbers and operating hours for most of SA’s Ports of Entry.
Download links – You now have the option to download the Magazine in HD (bigger but super crystal clear kinda nice) or Low Res (smaller but still part of the cool crowd nice).
Low Res Version (20MB) – ZASA Magazine - Issue 27 - December 2017 (Low Res)
HD Version (50MB) – ZASA Magazine - Issue 27 - December 2017 (HD)
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