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Zuid Immigration (Pty) Ltd  Immigration Solutions | South Africa 🇿🇦 info@zuidimmigration.co.za

Renew your SA study visa with us for R 1 500.00 before December 15, 2017

Apply for a new study visa for R 3 000. 00 before December 8, 2017 .
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VFS South Africa will close over the festive period for on Thursday, 21st of December 2017 until Tuesday, 2nd of January 2018.

No application can be made within the closing period, so please plan accordingly and get in touch with our team if you need any assistance. .
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Get your ZEP application in ASAP!

Zuid Immigration offers assistance with these applications for R350

Only 43 per cent have completed the whole process as of today!

Current ZSP Holders: 197 941
Successful Online Applications: 169 078 (85%)
Scheduled Appointments: 135 913 (80%)
Submission Completed successfully: 72 612 (43%)
Unaccounted Applicants/ Not yet applied: 28 863 (15%). Extended Dates:

Online applications and payments: 30 November 2017 (Not changed)

Submissions Deadline (Supporting documents & biometrics): 31 Jan 2018. .
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HOME AFFAIRS DEPT TO PROBE MASSIVE DATA BREACH

PRETORIA - The #HomeAffairs Department has confirmed that it is investigating a massive #databreach which has seen the records of as many as 33 million #SouthAfricans exposed on an unsecured internet server.

An Australian security developer made the discover on Tuesday but it’s suspected that the data may have been uploaded about two years ago.

The Home Affairs #Department was only able to confirm that it was looking into the data breach but committed to providing a comprehensive response on Thursday. .
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APPLICATION #DELAYS STEFANIE DE SAUDE-DARBANDI
The Department of #HomeAffairs is duty-bound under administrative law to process overdue applications within a reasonable time.
After two successive quarters of decline, the #SouthAfrican #economy spluttered back to life in the second quarter with 2.5% #GDP growth quarter on quarter.

However, the country’s inability to stimulate job creation is putting it on a collision course with a sustained recessionary period, which spells #disaster.

The #unemployment rate is at a 14-year high. A staggering 9.3-million people who wanted work were unable to find it in the first quarter. The National Development Plan’s ambition to reduce unemployment to 14% by 2020 is battling against a public sector partly paralysed through corruption, and a #privatesector nervously assessing the increasingly tense #socioeconomic situation. Job creation is at a standstill.Yet the #Department of Home Affairs is hampering #highlyskilled #international #migrants’ ability to create new businesses that can drive #jobcreation and economic growth. Migrants from outside the #UK and #EU make up 25% of London’s workforce and contribute £83bn, more than a third of the South African economy a year to the city’s economy. A study by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development found that "skilled immigrants contribute to boosting research and innovation, as well as technological progress". In a case representing more than 473 applicants for visa, permit and citizenship applications heard on August23, the department performed extraordinary #legal and #bureaucratic acrobatics to obfuscate, delay, impede and frustrate our efforts to bring relief to the applicants’ efforts to continue to live, work and study lawfully in SA.

These are people who have lived and worked in the #country for years, have husbands and wives, children and careers, people who contribute economically

#SouthAfrica is a popular destination for #immigrants, especially from other #African countries. Does their presence affect the #employment chances of South Africans? Raphael Chaskalson presents results from an #econometric model that attempts to tackle this question.

On 1 May 2008, riots broke out against #foreign nationals in #Alexandra #township, a densely populated settlement some two miles east of Sandton, sub-Saharan Africa’s financial centre. The iconic image of Mozambican national Ernesto Nhamuave being burnt alive shocked South African audiences and quickly spread across the #world. Within two weeks, “#xenophobic violence” had spread across South Africa. Those targeted were largely #foreignAfrican and #SouthAsian nationals. After two weeks, more than 60 people had been #killed and more than 100,000 #displaced.

The “charges” against immigrants are typical of anti-#immigrant sentiment globally: a 2010 survey by the Southern African Migration Programme found that 60% of South Africans believe immigrants “take jobs”, whilst 55% believe that they worsen crime.

But in fact we know very little about the actual labour market effects of immigration to South Africa.

The best source of useful demographic information about immigrants in South Africa is the census, the most recent of which was in the 2011 census. There are, of course, problems with using these data. Demographic trends may well have changed in the six years since 2011. There is also a risk that immigrants may dodge census surveyors if they are scared of being victimised by the authorities, so that the data may underestimate immigration to South Africa. But, taking the data at face value, we can glean useful demographic features of immigrants compared to South African born workers.

Read more at https://www.groundup.org.za

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