The Committee was also fascinated from the number of cases of fraud in getting fake South African certification that has been settled through this program. The process offered a special defense to Zimbabwean people who acquired SA certification fraudulently. The whole plan uncovered 13 251 cases of fraudulent documentation. This resulted in the termination of the files, the clearing up of the people register along with the Zimbabwean people got appropriate permits.
The Committee cautioned the Home Affairs on its lack of the clear approach with regards to the adjudication process. A month after the programs was exposed. The adjudication process has not started. “The lack of clear timeframes in terms of the adjudication process is worrying. Hopefully, Home Affairs may consider assembling a definite anticipates how they will adjudicate the application form, especially since they understand the number of application they are expecting.
This can reduce the waiting time experienced by individuals during the DZP process,” Mr. Mashile emphasized.
Moreover, the Panel has called to the office to undertake educational destinations with stakeholders representing Zimbabwean nationals to encourage early program to reduce congestion of the system that may have a negative impact upon the performance of the machines.