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IEC Update: 2021 Municipal Elections

I LIVE ABROAD. CAN I REGISTER AND VOTE IN THE 2021 ELECTIONS?

By law, South Africans who live abroad can only vote in South Africa’s NATIONAL elections (not provincial or municipal elections).

To vote in Municipal Elections you must be registered where you live in South Africa, […]

16 July 2021|Categories: Uncategorised|

Statement on the situation in South Africa

16 July 2021

Our spirit is not easily broken

A wave of looting, and unrest has swept parts of our country over the past 5 days. Lives have been lost; properties destroyed, the threat of food insecurity looms, but the resilience of our people has not been […]

16 July 2021|Categories: Uncategorised|

CIVIC AND IMMIGRATION SERVICES UPDATE

CIVIC SERVICES APPOINTMENTS:

 

Due to a high volume of requests, there is a significant backlog. As a result, the current turnaround time is a minimum of 30 days for all enquiries and requests, effective 30 June 2021

Your patience during this unprecedented period is acknowledged.

1 July 2021|Categories: Uncategorised|

Update on Civic Issues and the DHA-9 form

All South African Citizens including dual citizens living abroad must keep their South African passports valid at all times when abroad.  It is advisable to apply for your new passport 12 months before expiry of your current passport.

South African citizens must enter and depart South […]

20 April 2021|Categories: Home Affairs|

Re-opening of Whitehall

OPENING OF HOME AFFAIRS OFFICE 15 WHITEHALL LONDON: 29 MARCH 2021

Further to the updated application procedure notice below, please be advised that the office will re open on 29 MARCH 2021.

We thank you for your patience and understanding during this difficult time. We endeavour to […]

21 March 2021|Categories: Home Affairs, News|

SERVICES AT 15 WHITEHALL (HOME AFFAIRS)

Services at 15 Whitehall (Home affairs) are now rendered strictly by appointment.

In order to minimize the number of people visiting our office, and to keep everyone safe, we encourage postal applications where possible, especially for child passport applications and birth registration.

Please follow the steps below:

Step […]

19 March 2021|Categories: Home Affairs|
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