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South Africa: traveller’s customs guide

To help make your arrival in and departure from South Africa as smooth as possible, here's a quick guide to bringing goods in and out of the country.

Early birth registration ensures access to basic services

(Image: Isaiais Bartolomeu, Pixabay) Polokwane, Wednesday 31 August 2016 – Brand South Africa's programme to showcase the competitiveness of the province of Limpopo, saw media...

Are you travel ready?

Are you travel ready? As the December break begins, the Department of Home Affairs has launched a campaign to urge all South Africans to make sure they are "travel ready" before they go on holiday - particularly if they are travelling with minor children.

Are you travel ready?

Are you travel ready?

As the December break begins, the Department of Home Affairs has launched a campaign to urge all South Africans to make sure they are "travel ready" before they go on holiday - particularly if they are travelling with minor children.

Brand South Africa working with Department of Home Affairs to position South Africa as...

Brand South Africa has been working closely with the Department of Home Affairs, training officials on issues related to reputation management and why this impacts on the strength of the South African nation brand and the country’s competitiveness.

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App to understand South African visa rules

Child Visa Checklist App has been designed to help travellers to and from South Africa understand the new child visa requirements, and ease them through the regulations. In three clicks it covers all the possible scenarios to get tourists on their way quickly and easily.

South Africa’s tourism sector set to grow

There have been some challenges and new visa rules need to be taken on board, but the World Travel and Tourism Council expects the sector to expand this year well above the 2% growth predicted for the broader economy. Employment levels are also expected to rise.

South Africa’s mortality rate at its lowest in over a decade

While tuberculosis remains the No 1 cause of death in South Africa, more accurate recording and reporting has led to HIV becoming the third leading cause of death, Statistician General Pali Lehohla said at the release of the latest Mortality and Causes of Death report.

Female refugees face particular problems

The difficulties facing refugees, asylum seekers and migrants are far greater for women. They often have no access to the economy and receive little or no help from the authorities and law enforcement when it comes to domestic abuse. Their plight has been highlighted during Women's Month.

South Africa to enforce new rules on travelling with kids

From 1 October 2014, children travelling in and out of South Africa will be required to carry an unabridged birth certificate as well as a valid passport, under new regulations aimed at improving the safety of children.

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