RAMAPHOSA: BIRTH CERTIFICATE REQUIREMENT TO BE SCRAPPED

RAMAPHOSA: BIRTH CERTIFICATE REQUIREMENT TO BE SCRAPPED

JOHANNESBURG – President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced that the unabridged certificate requirement will be abolished for children entering South Africa from abroad.

The scrapping is so as to attract more tourists, as well as skilled workers.

Ramaphosa said it will make it easier for them to come to South Africa.

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