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Ibeh Emmanuel Chibueze with passport number A1008
Tue, 26 Mar 2019 03:52 EDT
delaying my visa application since 29/1/2019
Please i apply for RSA visiting visa since 29/01/2019 at south African high commission lagos up till now i haven't hear from you guys as stated that is 6 to 10working days but now is up to 2month now nothing...that's not fair to an applicant after paying so much they are still holding on my passport..please this is very funny embassy....south African high commission lagos release my passport.
Spotless
Mon, 18 Mar 2019 09:38 EDT
Worried Visa Applicant
So... I am a student of University of South Africa.
I am through with my PhD studies and will be graduating on 1st April.
I applied for visitor's visa since Feb 28th at Abuja Office and till now there is no feedback.
The sad thing is that, it appears there is no hope because all I have been reading/hearing about is sad news of visa delays and denials.

The thoughts of missing my PhD graduation is very incredibly hurtful.
Now that I should be celebrated for 4years of hard work, SA home office seems unresponsive!

Sad!
MCBiodun
Fri, 8 Mar 2019 10:58 EST
Delayed visa
I have applied for a South Africa Visa since January 15 and up to this moment am yet to receive any message from the Embassy
Sam
Thu, 7 Mar 2019 17:22 EST
Selling gold in Africa
I need to know if it is illegal for a citizen of Africa to sell thier gold there?
Matt
Wed, 6 Mar 2019 16:11 EST
S.A. wickedness on Visa delay
This is a pure wickedness from S.A. to Nigerians by delaying their visas issuance and refuse to release their passports. If it was backlogs as you claim, why are you still collecting new applications? Why dont you stop collecting and process the applications already submitted.

If it was other countries that treated south african citizens like this, south africa will react. But I do not fully blame you for your wickedness, I blame Nigerian government who cannot fight and defend its citizens. Nigeria government cannot react to this nonsense from S.A. embassy and S.A. embassy has noticed this flaw from Nigerian government and they now taking advantage of that to maltreat Nigerians.

We spending money, time and resources to your country, yet you don't appreciate but mistreating Nigerians with their money. Very wrong and it is pure wickedness.
Kris
Wed, 6 Mar 2019 05:31 EST
Visa Issue
I solemnly think that South Africa does not want Nigerians anymore in there country that's why they usually delay ur visa time. At the end they will tell u that your purpose of visiting South Africa have passed. I think is high time Nigeria government should start cutting there ties with South Africa. South Africa makes most of there living from Nigeria, so why the harsh treatment of Nigerians huh
Sunday Nwabueze
Mon, 4 Mar 2019 02:51 EST
Visa problem
I, applied for tourist south Africa tourist visa in Abuja, 08/02/2019, till today i have,t hear anything from south Africa embassy, My passport number, AO6241496, the visa suppose to be ready on Friday,
Joke
Sun, 3 Mar 2019 08:07 EST
I am tired
I submitted our applications (myself n 3 kids) since January 28th and we are yet to hear anything from them... This is so frustrating ..
Ugwuagbo Jonathan Okechukwu
Thu, 21 Feb 2019 12:42 EST
Application for study visa
UGWUAGBO EMMANUEL AKACHUKWU.PASSPORT A09872682.
The South African High Commission , Abuja Nigeria.
Dear Sir,
I am ugwuagbo Jo the father of the above mentioned name. I am a South African citizen by naturalization ID 5611015231185 , an educator at Selelekela Secondary School in Orlando East South Africa.

My son is currently a second year student of university of Johannesburg , student number 218085658 who has been in Abuja for same purpose since 2 Jan. 2019.

The school has forwarded this latter of undertaking that he will loose 2019 academic year if the Visa is not obtained before 29 Feb. 2019. Other students have resumed since 4th Feb. 2019.

Kindly assist the release of this Visa so he can join in attending his classes for 2019 academic year.
Thanking u sir for the anticipated Coorperation at your convince .

Yours faithfully ,
Ugwuagbo JO.





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Jane odili
Fri, 8 Feb 2019 12:14 EST
This is so sad
I applied for visa to South Africa on 2nd of January 2019 up till now I have not heard from the South Africa embassy. This is so unfair.

Jane_odili@yahoo.com

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