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chambaboy
Thu, 18 Aug 2011 07:24 EDT
Visas
It is interesting to read the comments here. I am sure some people think that the policies that the High Commission are their own. Sorry guys are policies follow a procedure before it is legislated. If our government decide that you need a transit visa when going to neighbouring SADC countries, it is not the staff at the High Commission but the government through our parliament.
Brenda
Thu, 18 Aug 2011 07:12 EDT
How to get a swaziland visa
If i was of another nationality like (Indian) and am travelling to South Africa by flight then proceed to Swaziland by road, would it be possible to get a Swaziland visa at the border or before i enter Swaziland
Olita
Mon, 15 Aug 2011 12:19 EDT
Invitation
M inviting a friend to visit me in south africa, pls embasy ppl dnt send her frm pillar to post. We nid batho pele service to be rendered by our s.a embasy.
Brenda
Fri, 12 Aug 2011 06:09 EDT
South African Visas
From what i have read, it seems that this embassy has a problem. Why should security people be the go between? Why should the client deal with security instead of the trained personnel. You should employ people to handle such issues if you feel the turn of Ugandans is big. I hope you can work towards changing these facts mentioned. We look forward to better services.
Angella
Fri, 12 Aug 2011 06:04 EDT
Customer care at the SA embassy
This embassy seems to be the worst in Uganda. First of all, every information is obtained from the police guards. Secondly you can not even communicate to the people concerned. Imagine in may one had to be as early as 5.00am to secure an appointment. Please the concerned try to read because we believe the South Africa is one of the leading countries in Africa that should portray the best of the services. Thank you
magezi
Mon, 25 Jul 2011 14:27 EDT
job
am a Uganda and a teacher by profession of physics and mathematics. i want a teaching job in south Africa.help me.
namakula constance
Fri, 15 Jul 2011 15:02 EDT
inquiries
iam a ugandan secondary teacherb rofession who wishes to travel south africa but still processing a passport i need some connections in soutt africa so as iget quick access to a job and travel soo any provisions at the embassy
Hamida
Thu, 14 Jul 2011 09:55 EDT
Treatment of applicants.
I am disappointed by the way the staff at the southafrican embassy treat applicants.To begin with the police officer at the entrance orders you around instead of talking to you,the security guards talk to applicants in a disciplinary manner than the police,and they are more concerned with answering their phones than attending to you in case of any inquiries,
and do not get me started on the staff receiving applications,they are the most unproffesional staff i have never met at any visa consulate,please try to be polite whilst attending to applicants because we are there for one another,working at a foreign mission is not the end of the world.
UMAR
Sat, 9 Jul 2011 01:38 EDT
VISA
AM UGANDAN AND HAVE TRAVELED TO SOUTH AFRICA SINCE 1997 BUT SINCERELY GIVEN THE DEVELOPMENT DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SOUTH AFRICA AND UGANDA OR OTHER AFRICAN COUNTRIES, THEY HAVE TRIED TO BE FARE-THEY MUST BE COMMENDED-ANY DOUBTER PLEASE TRY USA OR EVEN UK EMBASSIES YOU WILL APPRECIATE LATTER.......
Elaine
Wed, 8 Jun 2011 08:40 EDT
Visa Submission
Its a pity that you guys feel that way, but one thing iam sure of, is that once you submit correct papers you get a visa there and then but we should also not forget the habit of ugandans and lies!!!! imagine one submits a bank statement with the required amount but by close of business when the consular have to verify, all monies are withdrawn, its as if you just used someone else's account. Secondly just like any other countries SAHC is following their polies, just like the USA and so one. No one would like to ferry fakes in their country. Thirdly we ugandans need to be honest how do you bring in fake dollars and expect them to be received!!!! There could be some snags but it cannot be as bad compared to UK! LETS FACE THE TRUTH. I have always travelled to SA and I dont have a problem with visa. Ugandans you should also stop ashaming us by what you when you get visa to go to SA, like playing witch craft , I think this is the reason SA Government came up with tougher polies.

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