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Inside reports of South Africa’s biggest immigration case, and the R15 billion investment

The issue of the 180 German, Swiss and other nationalities as reported in Moneyweb, and R15 billion in investment Staff Reporter (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || ).push({}); In other news over 180 German, Swiss, and other international investors with billions of Rands of investment destined for South Africa have briefed an all Zimbabwean legal team lead by Advocate Simba Chitando to challenge the Department of Home Affairs in one of the largest mass litigation cases in South African history. Mr Leon Isaacson, director of Global Migration, in Court papers in seen by Sunday Express - this week gave compelling legal argument and evidence which proves that investors had experienced over six years in delays by the Department of Home Affairs, for the necessary residence permits to unlock the capital needed by the South African economy, and that South Africa lost up to R15 billion a year because of these delays. Mr Isaacson told Moneyweb, a leading financial news agency this week that in one case South Africa lost a R1 billion investment in the energy sector because the Department failed to provide the investors with the necessary paperwork. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || ).push({}); On 30 June 2021

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