Kenyan Interior Minister Fred Matiang'i and South African Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba have said both countries will continue working on ways to maximise cooperation and allow passport holders to have long-term multiple entry visa arrangements for business people, academics and frequent travellers between the two countries.
Kenya, South Africa to Launch Long-Term Multiple Travel Visas
News24Wire, 5 November 2018
Long-term visas will become available for South Africans wanting to travel to Kenya and Kenyans wanting to visit South Africa as of December 1. Read more »
South African passport (file photo).
SA, Kenya to Introduce Multiple Entry Visa
SAnews.gov.za, 5 November 2018
Plans are underway for South Africa and Kenya to introduce a 10-year multiple entry visa for businesspeople to ease movement between the two countries. Read more »
Easier Travel as South Africa Scraps Short-Term Visa Requirement
Nation, 5 November 2018
South Africa has scrapped short-term visa requirements for Kenyans travelling for studies, business and government duties. Read more »
Kenya is now among countries whose citizens will apply for e-visas that will be issued upon arrival. Kenya and South Africa have in the past been embroiled in a visa requirement ... Read more »
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