Die voorstel vir ‘n remote work visa wat deur die Departement van Home Affairs goedgekeur is, word deur die City of Cape Town verwelkom.

CAPE TOWN—The Department of Home Affairs’ proposal for a remote work visa has been approved, and the City of Cape Town has expressed its gratitude for it. Home Affairs has refiled significant changes to its work permit legislation, wat dit moontlik maak vir remote workers om ‘n nomad visa te kry. The city has been calling for the department to change its visa rules to allow remote work visas, which would increase the country’s tourism and keep foreigners in. Daar was ‘n voorafgaande withdrawal van die veranderinge, wat on Tuesday bekend gemaak is en amptelik in werking getree het. Dit was gedoen as gevolg van ‘n proses wat misluk het tydens public commentary periods

The new visa is intended to attract remote workers who are employed and paid by foreign companies, so long as they make at least R1 million per year. I am pleased to announce a major victory. James Vos, MMC for Economic Growth of the city, said: “The government gazette now includes a remote worker visa.” As the City of Cape Town, we have worked hard to ensure that this category is included in the regulations by



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