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South African Govt Extends Zimbabwean Exemption Permits

South African Govt Extends Zimbabwean Exemption Permits

The South African Government has extended the Zimbabwean Exemption Permits (ZEP) by an extra two years until November 29, 2025.

This was announced by the South African Home Affairs Minister, Dr Aaron Motsoaledi.

You can watch the live broadcast shared on top of this page.

Source | ZiMetro News

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