Fraud, Corruption, Sentences – Home Affairs February 2020

  Minister Aaron Motsoaledi welcomes the sentencing of former Home Affairs employees, Steven Boshego and Leseba Malekane this week. They are each sentenced to a five-year jail term.    Steven Boshego was an Administration Clerk working at the KwaMhlanga office in Mpumalanga. He was convicted for fraud at the KwaMhlanga Magistrate Court following his arrest for… Continue reading Fraud, Corruption, Sentences – Home Affairs February 2020

Bad services (home affairs)

MOBILE PHONES The chairperson of the parliament portfolio committee on home affairs, Hlomani Chauke, has urged the department of home affairs to consider an outright ban on cellphone usage by frontline staff during working hours at all home affairs offices.  Chauke said the ban should be enforced because of the numerous complaints the committee had received… Continue reading Bad services (home affairs)

Etniese volke in Suid-Afrika

ETHNIC PEOPLE - Different people - different cultures - diferent areas - different chiefdoms and different kings and traditional leaders.   Before 1994 it was well known as "homelands" or reserves since 1840's.   APARTHEID (SEGREGATION) was created by their own leaders 1806-1854, not by Verwoerd, nor by any whites.  (Shepstone policy 1854). * Boere and Afrikaners… Continue reading Etniese volke in Suid-Afrika

Migrant awards Mkhaya

Demonstrating its commitment to building a unified, inclusive and caring South African society, the Department of Home Affairs presents the inaugural SOUTH AFRICAN MIGRANTS AWARDS during Africa Month.  Hosting the SOUTH AFRICAN MIGRANTS AWARDS annually will also better improve the integration of migrants and foreign nationals within South African communities.    This initiative is one… Continue reading Migrant awards Mkhaya