THE South African government through its Ministry of Home Affairs has lifted the entry ban of fifty two (52) Zambian nationals into that country.
The fifty two (52) are part of the eighty nine (89) Zambians who are facing a five year entry ban into South Africa for allegedly over staying after their visas expired during the COVID 19 induced hard-lockdown last year.
Zambia’s High Commissioner to South Africa Major General Jackson Miti says those who were banned included traders and truck drivers.
He said about thirty seven (37) Zambians were still waiting for their ban to be lifted following the review of their cases by South Africa’s Ministry of Home Affairs.
General Miti advised affected people that had not yet received their waivers to contact the Zambian Mission in Pretoria for assistance.
The 89 individuals were given a five year ban each at the exit port when they were being evacuated from South Africa at the peak of the corona virus spread in the country for allegedly flouting its Immigration laws.
This is according to a statement issued by Mrs Naomi Nyawali, First Secretary Press and Public Relations at Zambia High Commission in South Africa.
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