Sisonke Peoples Forum - PAIA application with the department of home affairs

Sisonke Peoples Forum - PAIA application with the department of home affairs

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SONKE PUBLIC FORUM started this petition to Department of Home Affairs

The Sisonke People Forum has on the 28 JULY 2020 applied for The Promotion of Access to Information Act 2 of 2000 (PAIA) is legislation in the Republic of South Africa allowing access to any information held by the State, and any information held by private bodies that is required for the exercise and protection of any rights. It applies specifically to South Africa, but is part of the global drive towards freedom of information. The Act is enforced by the South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC)

The PAIA was established to promote the right of access to information and to promote transparency and accountability within both the public and private sectors of society in order to more fully realise South Africa's goals of an open and participatory democracy.

BELOW ARE SPF REQUESTED INFORMATION.

1. The statistics and documentation showing the number of persons from foreign countries which have procured South African identity documentation in the past 20 years lawfully and unlawfully;

2.The list of all South African identity documents issued to foreign nationals in the last 20 years and the basis for such issue, that is did these persons become South African citizens or permanent residents and if so the manner in which this was done.

3. A copy of any investigation or report into the issuing of South African identity documents to foreign nationals who are not registered South African citizen

4. Any documentation which indicates the number of registered voters who obtained South African identity documents unlawfully including internal and external forensic investigations in this regard?

5. The statistics and documentation showing number of people given South African citizenship through asylum, special permits, marriages and refugee permits.

 

 

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