Call to Delay New Immigration Regulations

The SAIRR requests the Department of Home Affairs to delay implementing the requirement of an unabridged birth certificate to fly with children

The South African Institute for Race Relations (SAIRR) has asked the Department of Home Affairs to delay implementing the requirement of an unabridged birth certificate to fly with children.

In a press statement, the organisation’s chief executive officer, Frans Cronjé, warns that the ‘onerous’ new travel regulations‚ which come into effect within a month‚ will harm South Africa’s tourism industry.

Cronjé is of the view that unlike South Africa’s primary and secondary industries - agriculture‚ mining‚ and manufacturing - which are in long-term decline‚ the tourism industry has the potential to replace the jobs lost in those declining sectors.

To read the article titled, “Unabridged birth certificate requirement for travel will harm tourism: IRR,” click here.

Source: 
Sowetan Live

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