South Africa commences e-Visa test with Kenya; Nigeria, India, and China to follow


On Sunday, December 1, 2019, the South African Department of Home Affairs (DHA) announced that it has begun testing its electronic visa application system (e-Visa) on an international scale with Kenya.

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Once it is fully rolled out, visitors from eligible countries will be able to apply online for their South African e-Visa.

“As soon as the e-Visa to South Africa will be [sic] approved, the traveller will be allowed to stay in South Africa for tourism purposes for a maximum period of 30 days for a single entry,” reads the e-Visa South Africa website.

The online application process, said to take about 20 minutes, is aimed at reducing administrative burdens. It will also save prospective travellers the…



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