Update on ZEP

The court case that was meant to be heard last month in October, regarding the deportation of ZEP’s, has now been postponed and might be heard towards the end of this month (November).  The case that was meant to be heard in October was consolidated with two other court applications of a similar nature and hence postponed.

FEDHASA will keep you updated as soon as there is any news in this regard.

In the meantime, please refer to the following article for more information:

“SA visas may give ZEP holders the best chance of staying in SA”

https://www.moneyweb.co.za/news/south-africa/sa-visas-may-give-zep-holders-the-best-chance-of-staying-in-sa/

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