Zim Embassy In South Africa To Reopen On Monday
The Zimbabwean Embassy In South Africa will, beginning this coming Monday start the process of gradually opening their offices to offer services like processing of passport and birth certificate applications for Zimbabweans, New Zimbabwe reports.
This was published by the council in a statement that was released by the consulate general which had closed shop since the South African government imposed a lockdown in their country on 17 March. The statement reads:
In order to protect both staff and clients from the pandemic and in conformity with the Host Country`s Disaster Management Act Covid 19 Lockdown Alert Level 2 regulations, all clients will be served strictly by appointment between 09:00 and 12:30 hrs. The appointment system is designed to ensure that clients do not exceed the allowable congregation thresholds at Consulate, as set by the host government under social distancing protocols.
A maximum of 75 clients will be assisted per day at this point. The selection criteria would be based on first come, first served basis. The confirmation of the appointment should be presented at the security checkpoint in order to be granted passage into the premises.
Time slots are neither interchangeable nor transferable. Clients are therefore, advised to strictly adhere to allocated time slots. Clients who show up at Consulate without confirmation of appointment will not be allowed in the premises. To book for an appointment, clients should use the booking link on our website, www.zimbabweconsulate.co.za and Facebook page Zimbabwe consulate Boeing Road Bedford view),
We promise to review the position once circumstances positively change,
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