Home Affairs announces new visa amendments in a bid to boost tourism
In a bid to boost tourism to the country, South Africa is finalising a number of visa waiver agreements with other countries, allowing travellers to enter the country without a visa.
This announcement was made by Minister of Home Affairs, Malusi Gigaba on Tuesday in Pretoria.
Citizens from countries which will now no longer require a visa to travel to SA include Algeria, Egypt, Morocco, Ghana, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Iran, Lebanon, the State of Palestine, Belarus, Georgia and Cuba.
Courtesy : News24