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Kwenda Sauzi bila VISA kuanzia NOVEMBER

Discussion in 'Habari na Hoja mchanganyiko' started by Chonya, Oct 29, 2010.

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    Chonya Member

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    Habari wana JF, Ningependa kuwajuza kuwa kuanzia 1st November 2010 kwenda South Africa kwa mbongo yeyote mwenye kumiliki PassPORT halali hatahitaji VISA. Kwa wajasiliamali na wasomi hii ndo nafasi ya kuanza michakato ya kutafuta maisha maana ile adha ya kupanga foleni na kupigwa tarehe za kutafuta VISA sasa mwisho. Habari za kuaminika Kutoka Ubalozi wa Sauzi.
     
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    BARRY JF-Expert Member

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    haiwezekani bwana weweeeeeee, labda kwa sababu hakuna deal tena kule. Kwa wakusoma sawa
     
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    Nyambala JF-Expert Member

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    Kumbe ntapitia hapo nikimaliza kupiga kura!
     
  4. cream.b

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    Ninayo furaha kuwaletea habari njema kwamba jana taehe 27 Oktoba 2010, Mhe. Balozi wa Afrika Kusini na Mkuu wa Kitengo cha VISA cha Ubalozi huo wamenijulisha rasmi kwamba kuanzia Novemba Mosi 2010, VISA kati ya Afrika Kusini na Tanzania ZIMEFUTWA.


     
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    PakaJimmy JF-Expert Member

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    Asante kwa taarifa!
     
  6. Ngongo

    Ngongo JF-Expert Member

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    Wamechelewa sana hii ilitakiwa ifanyike ubaguzi wa rangi ulipomalizika,Tanzania ilitumia rasilimali zake kuangamiza siasa za ubaguzi.Kenya wamefaidika sana hawakuwa wakulipia visa tangu siku nyingi.
     
  7. WABUSH

    WABUSH JF-Expert Member

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    Great News
     
  8. ghumpi

    ghumpi Senior Member

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    Thank you Cream b for these great news!!
     
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    gmwansasu Member

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    dah, hivi wachambuzi mnasemaje. tufurahie au tuogope?
     
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    We can JF-Expert Member

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    I can repeate,why should this b a news? I have not been to some parts of my country why RSA?
     
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    cream.b Member

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    I f ur a frequent traveller then this is good new i have been to all coners of tanzania, traveling is part of me sasa kama wewe si traveler basi pole sana but u need to move on and see the world
     
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    gutierez JF-Expert Member

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    Inaanza rasmi mwezi Novemba tarehe 1 na kwa muda usiozidi siku 90 kwa kukaa ktk nchi hususan kukaa kwa mbongo kukaa SA
     
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    Mazingira JF-Expert Member

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    Visa kwa nchi zote za SADC haipo ila RSA waliweka kwasababu waliona wazamiaji kutoka TZ walikuwa wengi. Sasa labda wameona wamepungua au vipi sijuwi.
     
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    gutierez JF-Expert Member

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    Tanzanite,Shoprite,SADC,Game na mikataba mingine baina ya nchi hizi 2 wahusika
     
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    gutierez JF-Expert Member

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    sasa hivi hawataki tena kusikia eti mtanzania unajifanya mkimbizi ktk nchi yao,wanataka kupunguza adha ya kudanganya nchi yetu wakimbizi,sasa,sasa hivi ni pasipoti yako na sababu ya muhimu miezi mitatu ikiisha ukitaka kuendelea kukaa inabidi uwe na sababu muhimu hawakubali tena karatasi za ukimbizi kwa nchi zisizo na vita
     
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    gutierez JF-Expert Member

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    Exempt and intend to stay 90 days or less
    Exempt and intend to stay for 30 days or less
    Exempt and intend to stay the indicated days or less
    General Visa exemptions

    • Commercial heavy-duty vehicle drivers
    • Staff members of the Southern African Development Community
    • Holders of UN laissez- passers

    Exempt and intend to stay 90 days or less
    If you hold a national passport (diplomatic, official or ordinary) or a travel document for the any one of the following listed countries / territories / international organisations, you will not need to apply for a visa before arriving at a South African port of entry if you intend to stay in the country for 90 days or less:
    African Union Laissez Passer Liechtenstein Andorra Luxemburg Argentina Malta Australia Monaco Austria Netherlands Belgium New Zealand Botswana Norway Brazil Paraguay Canada Portugal Chile San Marino Czech Republic Singapore Denmark Spain Ecuador St Vincent & the Grenadines Finland Sweden France Switzerland Germany Tanzania (90 days per year from 1 Novemebr 2010)
    Greece United Kingdom of Great Britain Iceland Northern Ireland Ireland British Islands of Bailiwick, Guernsey, Jersey, Isle of Man and Virgin Islands
    Israel British Overseas Territories namely: Anguilla, Bermuda, British Antarctic Territory, British Indian Ocean Territory, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Falkland Islands, Gibraltar, Montserrat, St Helena and Dependencies (Ascension Island, Gough Island and Tristan da Cuna), Pitcairn, Henderson, Ducie and Oeno Islands, the Sovereign Base Areas of Cyprus, South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands and the Turks and Caicos Island Italy Uruguay Jamaica Venezuela Japan United States of America Zimbabwe
    Exempt and intend to stay for 30 days or less
    If you hold a national passport (diplomatic, official or ordinary) or a travel document for the any one of the following listed countries / territories / international organizations, you will not need to apply for a visa before arriving at a South African port of entry if you intend to stay for a period of 30 days or less, or are in transit:

    • Antigua and Barbuda
    • Barbados
    • Belize
    • Benin
    • Bolivia
    • Cape Verde
    • Costa Rica
    • Cyprus
    • Gabon
    • Guyana
    • Hong Kong (only with regard to holders of Hong Kong British National Overseas passports and Hong Kong Special Administrative Region passports),
    • Hungary
    • Jordan
    • Lesotho
    • Macau (only with regard to holders of Macau Special Administrative Region passports (MSAR))
    • Malaysia
    • Malawi
    • Maldives
    • Mauritius
    • Mozambique
    • Namibia
    • Peru
    • Poland
    • Seychelles
    • Slovak Republic
    • South Korea (Republic)
    • Swaziland
    • Thailand
    • Turkey
    • Zambia

    Exemption for Diplomatic Official and Service Passport
    If you hold a national passport (diplomatic, official and service) or a travel document for the any one of the following listed countries / territories / international organizations, you will not need to apply for a visa before arriving at a South African port of entry if:

    • you intend to stay for the period indicated in brackets below or less
    • you are in transit
    • and on condition that your visa exemption status has not been withdrawn by the Department of Home Affairs
    Albania (120 days) Madagascar (30 days) Algeria (30 days) Morocco (30 days) Angola (90 days) Mozambique (90 days) Belarus (90 days) Paraguay (120 days) Bulgaria (90 days) Paraguay (120 days) Cyprus (90 days) Poland (90 days) Comoros (90 days) Romania (90 days) Croatia (90 days) Rwanda (30 days) Egypt (30 days) Slovak (90 days) Guinea (90 days) Slovenia (120 days) Hungary (120 days) Tanzania (90 days) Ivory Coast (30 days) Thailand (90 days) Kenya (30 days) Tunisia (90 days) Mexico (90 days) Vietnam (90 days)
    General Visa exemptions

    • Commercial heavy-duty vehicle drivers who
      • enter the country from Swaziland, Botswana, Namibia, Zambia and Malawi
      • provided that their visits do not exceed 15 days
      • and on condition they produce a letter confirming their employment with a transport company or entity
      The same principle applies to Zimbabwean commercial heavy-duty truck drivers, except that their sojourn may not exceed 30 days at a time. The afore-mentioned does not apply to commercial heavy-duty truck drivers who transport goods for a South African transport company. Such drivers must be in possession of a valid work permit.
    • Staff members of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) who

      • travel on SADC laissez-passers
      • travel on bona fide official business
      • and stay for 90 days or less, or are in transit

    • Holders of UN laissez- passers who

      • intend to visit South Africa for 90 days or less
      • visit the country for official business purposes
      • are in transit
      • are accredited for placement at a UN mission in South Africa for the duration of their accreditation
      • are volunteers attached to UN agencies and travelling on ordinary passports, provided they are in possession of relevant letters or identification documents to identify themselves at ports of entry as personnel of an UN agency.
        • Holders of United Nations Laissez-passers
        • Volunteers attached to the UN
        • Persons involved in any United Nations agency
        • Persons performing services on behalfd of the UN
    Memebers of military forces attending any military related matters with the South African National Defence Force are exempt from visa and study permit requirments, irrespective of their duration of stay provided they are in possession of letters of invitation from SANDF as well as letters of consent from the military force of which they are members

     
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    gutierez JF-Expert Member

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    Exempt and intend to stay 90 days or less
    Exempt and intend to stay for 30 days or less
    Exempt and intend to stay the indicated days or less
    General Visa exemptions

    • Commercial heavy-duty vehicle drivers
    • Staff members of the Southern African Development Community
    • Holders of UN laissez- passers

    Exempt and intend to stay 90 days or less
    If you hold a national passport (diplomatic, official or ordinary) or a travel document for the any one of the following listed countries / territories / international organisations, you will not need to apply for a visa before arriving at a South African port of entry if you intend to stay in the country for 90 days or less:
    African Union Laissez Passer Liechtenstein Andorra Luxemburg Argentina Malta Australia Monaco Austria Netherlands Belgium New Zealand Botswana Norway Brazil Paraguay Canada Portugal Chile San Marino Czech Republic Singapore Denmark Spain Ecuador St Vincent & the Grenadines Finland Sweden France Switzerland Germany Tanzania (90 days per year from 1 Novemebr 2010)
    Greece United Kingdom of Great Britain Iceland Northern Ireland Ireland British Islands of Bailiwick, Guernsey, Jersey, Isle of Man and Virgin Islands
    Israel British Overseas Territories namely: Anguilla, Bermuda, British Antarctic Territory, British Indian Ocean Territory, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Falkland Islands, Gibraltar, Montserrat, St Helena and Dependencies (Ascension Island, Gough Island and Tristan da Cuna), Pitcairn, Henderson, Ducie and Oeno Islands, the Sovereign Base Areas of Cyprus, South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands and the Turks and Caicos Island Italy Uruguay Jamaica Venezuela Japan United States of America Zimbabwe
    Exempt and intend to stay for 30 days or less
    If you hold a national passport (diplomatic, official or ordinary) or a travel document for the any one of the following listed countries / territories / international organizations, you will not need to apply for a visa before arriving at a South African port of entry if you intend to stay for a period of 30 days or less, or are in transit:

    • Antigua and Barbuda
    • Barbados
    • Belize
    • Benin
    • Bolivia
    • Cape Verde
    • Costa Rica
    • Cyprus
    • Gabon
    • Guyana
    • Hong Kong (only with regard to holders of Hong Kong British National Overseas passports and Hong Kong Special Administrative Region passports),
    • Hungary
    • Jordan
    • Lesotho
    • Macau (only with regard to holders of Macau Special Administrative Region passports (MSAR))
    • Malaysia
    • Malawi
    • Maldives
    • Mauritius
    • Mozambique
    • Namibia
    • Peru
    • Poland
    • Seychelles
    • Slovak Republic
    • South Korea (Republic)
    • Swaziland
    • Thailand
    • Turkey
    • Zambia

    Exemption for Diplomatic Official and Service Passport
    If you hold a national passport (diplomatic, official and service) or a travel document for the any one of the following listed countries / territories / international organizations, you will not need to apply for a visa before arriving at a South African port of entry if:

    • you intend to stay for the period indicated in brackets below or less
    • you are in transit
    • and on condition that your visa exemption status has not been withdrawn by the Department of Home Affairs
    Albania (120 days) Madagascar (30 days) Algeria (30 days) Morocco (30 days) Angola (90 days) Mozambique (90 days) Belarus (90 days) Paraguay (120 days) Bulgaria (90 days) Paraguay (120 days) Cyprus (90 days) Poland (90 days) Comoros (90 days) Romania (90 days) Croatia (90 days) Rwanda (30 days) Egypt (30 days) Slovak (90 days) Guinea (90 days) Slovenia (120 days) Hungary (120 days) Tanzania (90 days) Ivory Coast (30 days) Thailand (90 days) Kenya (30 days) Tunisia (90 days) Mexico (90 days) Vietnam (90 days)
    General Visa exemptions

    • Commercial heavy-duty vehicle drivers who
      • enter the country from Swaziland, Botswana, Namibia, Zambia and Malawi
      • provided that their visits do not exceed 15 days
      • and on condition they produce a letter confirming their employment with a transport company or entity
      The same principle applies to Zimbabwean commercial heavy-duty truck drivers, except that their sojourn may not exceed 30 days at a time. The afore-mentioned does not apply to commercial heavy-duty truck drivers who transport goods for a South African transport company. Such drivers must be in possession of a valid work permit.
    • Staff members of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) who

      • travel on SADC laissez-passers
      • travel on bona fide official business
      • and stay for 90 days or less, or are in transit

    • Holders of UN laissez- passers who

      • intend to visit South Africa for 90 days or less
      • visit the country for official business purposes
      • are in transit
      • are accredited for placement at a UN mission in South Africa for the duration of their accreditation
      • are volunteers attached to UN agencies and travelling on ordinary passports, provided they are in possession of relevant letters or identification documents to identify themselves at ports of entry as personnel of an UN agency.
        • Holders of United Nations Laissez-passers
        • Volunteers attached to the UN
        • Persons involved in any United Nations agency
        • Persons performing services on behalfd of the UN
    Memebers of military forces attending any military related matters with the South African National Defence Force are exempt from visa and study permit requirments, irrespective of their duration of stay provided they are in possession of letters of invitation from SANDF as well as letters of consent from the military force of which they are members
     
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    Mazingira JF-Expert Member

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    Hizi thread mbona zinazidi kuota kama uyoga sasa? Hii ni ya tatu sasa yenye kichwa habari kimoja
     
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    mfianchi JF-Expert Member

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    Du hii fursa kwa sisi akina pangu pakavu sasa naweza kwenda SA kama vile naenda Kenya
     
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