South Africa: South Africa to Finalize Establishing a Border Management Authority

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On June 8, 2017, the South African National Assembly passed the Border Management Authority Bill. The purpose of the Bill is to establish a single state entity known as the Border Management Authority, which will oversee all aspects pertaining to the management of the 72 ports of entry in South Africa. While South Africa expects the Bill to be finalized in 2018, the Bill`s implementation would take at least three years.

South Africa: South Africa to Finalize Establishing a Border Management Authority

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