We cannot have a corrupt home affairs department, says Ramaphosa
President Cyril Ramaphosa has concluded a visit at the Home Affairs head office in Tshwane where he engaged staff members and regional managers from across the country.
The engagement formed part of a commitment by the president to visit several government departments.
Eyewitness News reporter Edwin Ntshidi was there.
He began his visit by getting a brief from senior officials from the department.Edwin Ntshidi, Reporter - EWN
The Department of Home Affairs is delivering an effective visa regime through an e-Visa system that will make it easier for tourists to visit, and for companies to acquire employees with critical skills. #GrowSouthAfrica #HomeAffairsVisit #eVisa pic.twitter.com/4reDQ1SglQ— Presidency | South Africa 🇿🇦 (@PresidencyZA) October 4, 2019
He engaged with workers here in terms of the problems they encounter daily.Edwin Ntshidi, Reporter - EWN
His message was very clear and straight, he said we cannot have a department that is corrupt.Edwin Ntshidi, Reporter - EWN
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