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Title: Easternet Newsletter - Vol.12, No.9, October 1997
Authors: Jesuit Province of Eastern Africa
Keywords: Getting Into South Africa -A Warning
To all Provincials
News From Ngara
Curia News
Congregation of Procurators
Letters from Father General
Centenary of St. Peter Canisius' Death
Vocation Promoters' Meeting (Spain, July 1997)
The Provincials are Asked to
Ordination of Fr. Damas Missanga, S.J. (3rd August 1997)
From the Provincial's Desk
Vocation Promotion - More Welcome News
The Superiors are Asked to
The Vocation Promoters are Asked to
Loyola House
From Madras
From Father General
Issue Date: Oct-1997
Publisher: Nairobi: Jesuit Province of Eastern Africa, 1997.
Citation: Binamungu N.F. Mukasa, s.J.; Fr. Chris Chatteris, S.J; Peter-Hans Kolvenbach, S.J.; Charles C. Murphy, s.J.; Sean O'Connor, s.J.; Muna Leodgar, S.J.; Okumu Jacob, s.J.; Elias Omondi, S.J.;
Series/Report no.: Easternet Newsletter;Vol.12, No.9, October 1997
Abstract: A little warning about the latest state of affairs with regard to getting into South Africa. Recent experience has shown that citizens of neighbouring African states who arrive by bus or train are automatically suspected of being potential illegal immigrants. The fact that they hold a tourist visa and return ticket does not seem to make any difference. They are expected to show that they have assets in excess of $1 000 US or they either get a hard time or might even be refused entry.....
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