1. Certain categories of South Africans to be allowed to return to countries where they are based  TimesLIVE
  2. South Africans who work and study abroad can travel - Home Affairs  IOL
  3. NCCC approves international travel for S. Africans working, studying abroad  EWN
  4. SA artists and musicians stranded in Turkey fly home  TimesLIVE
  5. South Africans are now allowed to leave the country for ‘essential travel’ – what you need to know  BusinessTech
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Certain categories of South Africans will be allowed to return to countries where they are based, home affairs minister Dr Aaron Motsoaledi announced on Saturday.Certain categories of South Africans will be allowed to return to countries where they are based, home affairs minister Dr Aaron Motsoaledi announced on Saturday.

Certain categories of South Africans to be allowed to return to countries where they are based

The country’s borders were closed with all international flights halted in an attempt to curb the spread of COVID-19. The country’s borders were closed with all international flights halted in an attempt to curb the spread of COVID-19.

NCCC approves international travel for S. Africans working, studying abroad

Twenty-nine South African musicians who were stranded in Turkey are finally home.Twenty-nine South African musicians who were stranded in Turkey are finally home.

Local musicians repatriated from Turkey | eNCA

“Major plane crashes in last 10 years by following countries 4 Pakistan 1 Bangladesh 1 Canada 1 China 1 Germany 1 Malaysia 1 Nigeria 1 Turkey 0 Australia 0 France 0 India 0 South Africa 0 Sri Lanka 0 UAE 0 UK 0 US”

Mazher Arshad on Twitter: "Major plane crashes in last 10 years by following countries 4 Pakistan 1 Bangladesh 1 Canada 1 China 1 Germany 1 Malaysia 1 Nigeria 1 Turkey 0 Australia 0 France 0 India 0 South Africa 0 Sri Lanka 0 UAE 0 UK 0 US"

“Media Release: Repatriation of 29 South African Artists in Turkey. #Day58ofLockdown”

Min. Nathi Mthethwa on Twitter: "Media Release: Repatriation of 29 South African Artists in Turkey. #Day58ofLockdown… "

The Department of Sport, Arts and Culture and the Department of International Relations and Cooperation announced the repatriation of 29 musicians and artists who were stranded in Turkey.The Department of Sport, Arts and Culture and the Department of International Relations and Cooperation announced the repatriation of 29 musicians and artists who were stranded in Turkey.

29 South African artists repatriated from Turkey | Channel24

A group of SA artists and musicians, among 93 South Africans who were stranded in Turkey for two months after the announcement of the national lockdown, are back on home soil.A group of SA artists and musicians, among 93 South Africans who were stranded in Turkey for two months after the announcement of the national lockdown, are back on home soil.

SA artists and musicians stranded in Turkey fly home

61 South Africans stranded in Turkey lands in Johannesburg - Anadolu Agency61 South Africans stranded in Turkey lands in Johannesburg - Anadolu Agency

Turkey repatriates nationals from S. Africa, Mozambique