A Durban man has won a two-year battle with home affairs to rescind a death certificate erroneously issued in his name.
Gigaba said that the admittance of 5.5 million visitors over the festive season showed that the country remained a safe and trusted destination.
The escaped immigrant was one of eight illegals that were being transported from Durban to Krugersdorp on the N1, with the view to eventually deporting them.
A report by Corruption Watch has revealed corruption claims at Refugee centres in South Africa.
American hip hop artist Mos Def will be allowed to leave South Africa after he apologized for breaking travel laws in the country.
An update on American hip hop artist Mos Def’s ongoing case will be given by the director-general of Home Affairs Mkuseli Apleni on Tuesday.
Minister Gigaba’s decision comes after an online petition was signed, calling on him to stop Anderson from entering the country.
Implementation of a paperless system at refugee reception offices will weed out corruption and fraud, says Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba.
While Anderson maintains that nothing can be done to prevent him from entering the country, Gigaba said his department would examine all the evidence available, before deciding on a course of action.
The Minister of Home Affairs, Malusi Gigaba, will on Wednesday host the inaugural Naturalisation ceremony in Johannesburg.