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Press Release on Emergency Travelling Documents
15/08/14
Press Release on Emergency Travelling Documents

PRESS RELEASE ON EMERGENCY TRAVELLING DOCUMENTS

The ministry of labour and home affairs would like to remind the public that emergency travel documents and temporary passports are not accepted following South Africa and Botswana governments’ decision to stop the use of such documents in 2010 and 2013 respectively. In view of these developments, it is the responsibility of both governments to inform its citizens.

However, these travel documents will be accepted by both countries only in cases of warranted emergencies. The public is further advised to seek authorisation before they exit country of origin and to enter that of destination in times of emergency.

Failure to seek authorisation, members of the public will be denied entry or exit.

 

KITSISO KA DIMPARI TSA MESEPELE TSA NAKWANA

Lephata la Tsa Pereko le Selegae le gakolola sechaba ka tumalano e e dirilweng ke mafatshe a Africa Borwa le la Botswana ya go emisa tiriso ya pampiri/bukana ya mesepele ya nakwana e e tseneng mo tirisong ka di ngwaga tsa 2010 le 2013 ka tatelano.Ke tshwanelo ya mafatshe o mabedi go tlhagisa banni ba one ka diphetogo tse.

 

Pampiri/bukana ya mesepele ya nakwana e letlelelwa fa moikopedi a na le seemo sa tshoganetso mme e bile a kopile teseletso go tswa kwa lefatsheng la gaabo le go tsena ko go le a le etelang.

 

Sechaba gakololwa go kopa tetla  pele ga tiriso ya dipampiri tse. 

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