Porous borders will soon be a thing of the past - Motsoaledi
Home Affairs Minister Aaron Motsoaledi says his department is working very hard to deal with the issue surrounding South Africa's porous borders.
Motsoaledi says they are working to correct this with the implementation of the Border Management Authority which has been in the making since 2013.
The minister says the legislation is being finalised.
On our side, we are not waiting for that act to be passed. There is already a coordinator, a team, a plan. There is already preparation to establish a border management authority.Aaron Mostoaledi, Minister of Home Affairs
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