Ramaphosa to Change Immigration Laws

The government of South Africa led by President Cyril Matamela Ramaphosa is set to change its immigration laws.



Addressing the members of the media fraternity, International Relations and Cooperation Minister Naledi Pandor said South Africa is on the path to fixing its immigration laws.


This comes after the  South African cabinet agreed not to renew permits for the Zimbabweans.


“It is important that we do have proper immigration in the country to address all concerns that are out there some of the prejudices that are evident in some parts of our society,” says Naledi Pandor.


Pandor has also expressed shock after the military staged a mutiny and arrested Burkina Faso President Roch Kabore. The military wants to be given more support in the fight against insurgency.


“I was shocked yesterday at what was unfolding in Burkina Faso and one is very nervous that the region mustn’t become a region of coups, we must silence the guns,” Pandor added.


As tensions rise in Ukraine, South Africa has called for peace and dialogue to be given a chance by parties to avoid bloodshe