The government’s official Critical Skills List was fully released in February this year and, already, an adjusted list was published earlier this month. However, employers cannot afford to become complacent.
On 11 August 2022, the Minister of Home Affairs Aaron Motsoaledi announced a massive change for passports in South Africa.
A recent article by News24 reported on the arrest of two farmers with 39 undocumented Mozambican nationals on their premises. Both farmers are currently being held in custody on 18 charges, including human trafficking, and have again been denied bail at their hearing earlier this week. The decision is currently under appeal.
The Department of Home Affairs has gazetted a revised Critical Skills List on the 2nd of August, which sees the addition of 39 new occupations subsequent to the publication of the Critical Skills List in February 2022.
Xpatweb hosted a South African first full-day Global Mobility conference on 30 June 2022, the purpose of the conference was to discuss the current landscape of immigration and mobility in South Africa and the wider African market.
Xpatweb recently hosted the first Global Mobility Management conference themed as Reinventing Mobility – A New Roadmap.
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