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Travel / Re: General South Africa Visa Enquiries by femiaction(m): 5:42pm On Jan 15
modelchimo:
I'm a pharmacist and I want to migrate to South Africa.How can I get work permit visa as a pharmacist and if pharmacist is in high demand in South Africa?Thank you
Hello, only work permit you can get in SA is critical skills work permit. You will need following to apply for critical skills work permit
1 Qualification evaluation by SAQA ( You will your transcript and your certificate for the evaluation)
2 Registration of professional body (Pharmacy)
3. Certified copies of your certificate and transcripts ( BSc, MSc etc)
4. Motivation letter
5. Recommendation letter from your present or previous employer
6. Medical and radiology test result
7. Nigeria police report Get it from police headquarters Alagbon Lagos)
Please gurus in the house you can add to it. Thanks

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Travel / Re: Study In South Africa by femiaction(m): 1:43pm On Jan 14
mechoau:


Can I private message you sir ?
Yes
Travel / Re: General South Africa Visa Enquiries by femiaction(m): 10:47am On Jan 14
chemashie:

Then there's no point applying for MSc if you don't have the above. I don't see any problem designing your own research proposal or making 8 in SAQA or using internet to search and communicate with your proposed supervisor.
. Okay.
Travel / Re: General South Africa Visa Enquiries by femiaction(m): 9:53pm On Jan 13
iamkingrobert:



Thanks for the advise, Now about that Critical Skill Visa, I want to ask something. Now i have a company which is incorporated both in NG and SA, I'm majority share holder as it is my company, do you think i can use it as base for my visa application??
Yes you can use your company if your scope is within the scare skills job
Travel / Re: General South Africa Visa Enquiries by femiaction(m): 9:44pm On Jan 13
duketiana:



Pls read past posts, the issue of SAQA was discussed. Look for schools by yourself, MSc is not difficult to find. Know the province you would like to reside and search for schools there.
Brother who told you that MSc not difficult to find. You need 8 in your SAQA, research proposal and a supervisor for your addmission.
Travel / Re: Study In South Africa by femiaction(m): 9:28pm On Jan 13
JordanMichael:

SA is a beautiful place no doubt but when you think about the XENOPHOBIC attack there you'll know SA is a no go area.
Brother I did not regret coming to SA. If it study you can come to SA.

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Travel / Re: Study In South Africa by femiaction(m): 9:25pm On Jan 13
mechoau:
Hello guys, pls I need someone who reside in Lagos that can assist me in processing my admission into any school in South Africa �� and also a supporting hand on how to complete my saqa processing. I have Bsc mechanical engineering from OAU and I have my transcript with me. This help won’t be for free
Hello, what do you want to know? I had my MSc (Mechanical engineering) in 2018. Presently i am doing my PhD with free tuition fee. After your SAQA you need a research supervisor and research proposal for your MSc addmission
Travel / Re: Best African Country To Relocate To!! by femiaction(m): 5:03pm On Jan 10
jansonn:

Ok... I don't really know much sir, it's seems you're a practising doctor in South Africa??
No but I have a lot of doctor friends here. Then I understand how things work in SA. There is exam that you will do first before you will practice. Secondly, you can not do the exam with 3 months visa. Thanks
Travel / Re: Best African Country To Relocate To!! by femiaction(m): 3:09pm On Jan 09
Please brother don't come to SOUTH AFRICA with 3 months visa. Do your research very well before coming to SA. You can not practice in SA without registering with SA medical council.
Science/Technology / Re: Why Do Countries Have Different Time Zones? by femiaction(m): 4:00pm On Dec 27, 2020
We have different time zone because we are in different longitude and latitude.
Science/Technology / Re: Why Do Countries Have Different Time Zones? by femiaction(m): 3:33pm On Dec 27, 2020
We have different time zone because we are in different longitudes and latitudes.
Travel / Re: General South Africa Visa Enquiries by femiaction(m): 7:19am On May 18, 2020
Evidenx:
HELLO NAIRA LAND GURUS, PLEASE I WANT TO ASK, CAN SOMEONE GET MARRIED TO HIS SOUTH AFRICAN FIANCÉE ON A VISIT VISA??

PLEASE UR CONTRIBUTION IS HIGHLY WELCOMED THANKS IN ADVANCE.
YES OOOOO
Politics / Re: Country: Oduduwa Republic by femiaction(m): 5:56pm On May 15, 2020
EsomahJD:


Thank you.
If you happen to see the proposed map, can you post it here for us to see?
Sure i will do that. Thanks
Politics / Re: Country: Oduduwa Republic by femiaction(m): 4:42pm On May 15, 2020
YORUBA WORLD CONGRESS

Isokan Yoruba Agbaye Onala

THE REPRESENTATIVE BODY OF OVER 300 YORUBA GROUPS WORLDWIDE

The YWC is an inclusive assembly open to all individuals and groups that recognize their affiliation with Odua, Yoruba origin, culture and accept to aspire and be guided by the Omoluabi principles.

Yoruba Sons and Daughters can use the link to join.

https://yorubaworldcongress.org/join/
Politics / Re: Country: Oduduwa Republic by femiaction(m): 3:53pm On May 15, 2020
EsomahJD:


Can we see the proposed map of the said oduduwa republic?

Thanks for your question. We have 5 South west state include Lagos.
Politics / Re: Country: Oduduwa Republic by femiaction(m): 2:50pm On May 15, 2020
Goodnews for Yoruba Nation

By Dapo Akinrefon

The Yoruba nation has been accepted as the 45th member of the Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organisation, UNPO, Banji Akintoye has said.

President of the Yoruba World Congress, YWC, Banji Akintoye, said this on Tuesday, noting that the latest development represented a very important step in the collective quest of Yoruba people to achieve the goal of dignity and self-determination.

UNPO, formed on February 11, 1991 in The Hague, Netherlands, is an international membership-based organisation established to empower the voices of unrepresented and marginalised peoples worldwide and to protect their fundamental human rights.

Members comprise indigenous peoples, minorities, unrecognised peoples or peoples of occupied territories.

Akintoye, in a statement, noted that the Yoruba-speaking nation membership was contained in a letter addressed to him through the YWC Coordinator for Europe by her Secretary-General, Ralph Bunche.

He said UNPO membership affords the Yoruba nation an opportunity to participate in advocacy training, worldwide cultural festivals, election monitoring/observation, and sports activities, among the unrepresented nations.

Akintoye said: “Some former members, such as Armenia, East Timor, Estonia, Latvia, Georgia and Palau have gained full independence and have joined the United Nations, UN, as full members.

“The peoples represented within the UNPO membership are all united by one shared condition: they are denied their equitable level of representation and voice in the institutions of the countries to which they currently belong and in international governance.

“As a consequence, their opportunity to participate on the national or international stage is limited and unfair, and they struggle against difficulties in their effort to realise their rights to civil and political participation and to control their own economic, social and cultural development.

“In many cases, they live under pressure of the worst forms of violence and repression, such as is being perpetrated by armed herdsmen and militias, as well as by terrorist Boko Haram, against many peoples of Nigeria, including our Yoruba nation.

“This violence and repression are being adroitly and surreptitiously supported by the government of Nigeria.

“In some cases, members of UNPO need serious help because they live in countries and under governments that actively resist their progress and destroy their achievements, as our Yoruba nation lives in Nigeria.

“The UNPO is able to address issues that often remain hidden because UNPO has the freedom to raise issues that others cannot raise due to political or funding constraints. Today, UNPO has more than 40 member-nations.”

Yoruba Nation becomes 45th Member of UNPO https://yorubaworldcongress.org/2020/05/08/yoruba-nation-becomes-45th-member-of-unpo/
Culture / Re: Country: Oduduwa Republic by femiaction(m): 2:46pm On May 15, 2020
Yoruba Nation Town hall Meeting Held on 15th May 2020 on Zoom

https://www.facebook.com/OduduwaTVRadio/videos/2372116843089111/
Politics / Re: Country: Oduduwa Republic by femiaction(m): 2:45pm On May 15, 2020
Yoruba Nation Town hall Meeting Held on 15th May 2020 on Zoom

https://www.facebook.com/OduduwaTVRadio/videos/2372116843089111/
Culture / Re: Country: Oduduwa Republic by femiaction(m): 12:23pm On May 13, 2020
Goodnews for Yoruba Nation

By Dapo Akinrefon

The Yoruba nation has been accepted as the 45th member of the Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organisation, UNPO, Banji Akintoye has said.

President of the Yoruba World Congress, YWC, Banji Akintoye, said this on Tuesday, noting that the latest development represented a very important step in the collective quest of Yoruba people to achieve the goal of dignity and self-determination.

UNPO, formed on February 11, 1991 in The Hague, Netherlands, is an international membership-based organisation established to empower the voices of unrepresented and marginalised peoples worldwide and to protect their fundamental human rights.

Members comprise indigenous peoples, minorities, unrecognised peoples or peoples of occupied territories.

Akintoye, in a statement, noted that the Yoruba-speaking nation membership was contained in a letter addressed to him through the YWC Coordinator for Europe by her Secretary-General, Ralph Bunche.

He said UNPO membership affords the Yoruba nation an opportunity to participate in advocacy training, worldwide cultural festivals, election monitoring/observation, and sports activities, among the unrepresented nations.

Akintoye said: “Some former members, such as Armenia, East Timor, Estonia, Latvia, Georgia and Palau have gained full independence and have joined the United Nations, UN, as full members.

“The peoples represented within the UNPO membership are all united by one shared condition: they are denied their equitable level of representation and voice in the institutions of the countries to which they currently belong and in international governance.

“As a consequence, their opportunity to participate on the national or international stage is limited and unfair, and they struggle against difficulties in their effort to realise their rights to civil and political participation and to control their own economic, social and cultural development.

“In many cases, they live under pressure of the worst forms of violence and repression, such as is being perpetrated by armed herdsmen and militias, as well as by terrorist Boko Haram, against many peoples of Nigeria, including our Yoruba nation.

“This violence and repression are being adroitly and surreptitiously supported by the government of Nigeria.

“In some cases, members of UNPO need serious help because they live in countries and under governments that actively resist their progress and destroy their achievements, as our Yoruba nation lives in Nigeria.

“The UNPO is able to address issues that often remain hidden because UNPO has the freedom to raise issues that others cannot raise due to political or funding constraints. Today, UNPO has more than 40 member-nations.”

Yoruba Nation becomes 45th Member of UNPO https://yorubaworldcongress.org/2020/05/08/yoruba-nation-becomes-45th-member-of-unpo/

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Culture / Re: Country: Oduduwa Republic by femiaction(m): 12:06pm On May 13, 2020
All is now set for the 1st edition of the Yoruba World Congress Town Hall Meeting.

The event themed Towards Yoruba Prosperity will take place on Friday 15th May 2020 and will start at 11am GMT.
Expected to speak at the event is the Yoruba Leader Emeritus Prof Banji Akintoye and other Leaders of the Yoruba World Congress.

Confirming the event, YWC Secretary General Prof Anthony Kila noted that the event will be a chance for active members of the YWC and indeed all Yoruba People across the globe to interact with the leadership of the YWC and contribute to the future of the Yoruba people. This Town Hall Meeting is an online meeting and participation is free but registration is required. To participate fill the form below:

https://yorubaworldcongress.org/2020/05/10/yoruba-world-congress-town-hall-meeting/
Travel / Re: How Many Mins Will You Spend On Ferry From Badore Ajah Terminal To Ikorodu? by femiaction(m): 8:18pm On May 06, 2020
FolaranmiOT:
I need to get to ikorodu from ajah and I tried using taxify but it's about 8k and that's much, so someone suggest I use ferry, I need advice if it's safe and fast cos I haven't tried it before.. Should I go with the ferry suggestion? Are they open? And how fast is it?
7-10mins

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Travel / Re: General South Africa Visa Enquiries by femiaction(m): 8:09pm On May 06, 2020
welf99:
With Critical Skill Visa, the jobs are not automatic....you have to hustle hard to lock down a job. It can take as long as 2months to 6 months before you can secure a job with prayer. So far it's only IT people and those in medical profession has elements of luck in getting a job...other professions wait longer and some return to school or home or move to another country. There is no ready made jobs in SA....the competition for jobs is stiff....but it's not impossible. Dont even try with visitors visa, you will roam the street or join gangs or sell drugs out of frustration. Those are meaningful years wasted on the street.
Welf99 you are very correct.
Travel / Re: General South Africa Visa Enquiries by femiaction(m): 8:07pm On May 06, 2020
welf99:
You cant hussle in SA, SA is not design for hustlers, the citizens and SADC are the hustlers, unless you want to do Yahoo Yahoo. Unemployment is over 30%, mostly uneducated citizens who relies heavily on unskilled jobs, you cant compete with them....it creates xenophobic violence. Think about it before you take the step. May the forces be with you.
Thanks Welf99
Travel / Re: General South Africa Visa Enquiries by femiaction(m): 6:23pm On May 05, 2020
adespecial:
Pls don’t come here to hustle with a visit visa. I have see many Nigerians suffering here because they couldn’t lay their hands on something called job. Presently, I know of a guy who is mentally depressed now because he has nothing doing.... a graduate for that matter. If you must come here, look for a legal means of staying here with permission to work Cos the hustle is real here in South Africa.
Thank you Adespecial.

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Travel / Re: General South Africa Visa Enquiries by femiaction(m): 1:34pm On May 05, 2020
Geenosko:
Una well done!!

My two cents on the discussions

1. The ONLY time you can change from a visitors visa within SA to from visitor to Spousal Visa ( married to a PR holder or SA Citizen) visa. Anything else na bobo

2. Any one coming to SA to hustle with visitors visa, please don't. Their people here are out of jobs and this covid ish has made the situation worse
Thanks Geenosko. Please will need to tell our brothers and sister truth about SA. Please don't come to SA with visitor visa to hustle. Thanks

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Travel / Re: General South Africa Visa Enquiries by femiaction(m): 9:52am On May 05, 2020
@All you can not change your status with visitors visa since 2014. Please we need people with this information to comment. Thanks

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Travel / Re: General South Africa Visa Enquiries by femiaction(m): 9:50am On May 05, 2020
Shembe4life:
Hi Edward. Yeme7 is right about something but not all.... Its really hard to get critical skill work permit from Nigeria and even study permit so schools would want some part of your school fees..... I will advice you to do a visitors permit and you can change it when you're in South Africa cause the new rules now allow you to submit permit with your visitors permit and i'm sure about it and you need to have money to submit your permit with you when you're traveling to South Africa cause your duration of stay will be 14days or 30days
Shembe. Please can you post the directive here. I am hearing this now. Please and please where is the link that you can change your status in SA with visitors visa. We need people with good and genuine information

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Travel / Re: General South Africa Visa Enquiries by femiaction(m): 9:46am On May 05, 2020
yeme7:



Can I have your WhatsApp number so I can add let's talk please
send you PM

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Travel / Re: General South Africa Visa Enquiries by femiaction(m): 7:02am On May 05, 2020
JustEdward:


Thank you for replying brother. What do you mean by critical work visa? Is their a way I can apply for a school for undergraduate. And pay when I get to SA. Can you explain the two for me! Thanks boss
Critical skill work permit is for graduates under Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).You can apply for undergraduate study in SA if you have money to pay. But postgraduate study in some universities in SA are free ( Masters and PhD by research are free tuition fee)

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Travel / Re: General South Africa Visa Enquiries by femiaction(m): 8:17pm On May 04, 2020
alkaline00:


Yes, going through Critical Skills, as I can then apply for PR immediately. Just that the money involved ehn, hmmm...My professional body fees alone hmmmm
It better to go through that process and get your PR than other that will make you regret. I gone through Critical skill work permit when I got to SA in 2O15 I applied for my PR and it came out Dec 2016 with God on my side.

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Travel / Re: General South Africa Visa Enquiries by femiaction(m): 8:03pm On May 04, 2020
alkaline00:
I understand everyone talking about Visit visa and all. I have a different question:

Anyone have an idea on routes to go for PR in SA? Especially if one has been here with a work permit and then spousal visa+work permit (but divorced from PR partner) for more than 5 years? Thank you.
Hi alkaline, I don't understand your question. Did you married and divorced SA? If your marriage is 5 years before you divorced i believe you can apply for your permanent residence permit but if not you can not apply. But if you have valid work permit and you have work in SA for 5 years you can apply also. Then if you are on Critical skill work permit you can apply for permanent residence permit when you get job offer or contract.
Travel / Re: General South Africa Visa Enquiries by femiaction(m): 7:53pm On May 04, 2020
JustEdward:
Hello greeting to everybody, pls I have an uncle who wants me to come over there in the SA, for a greener pasture, which I will stay in his house and hustle in the country. Pls what kind of visa do I need to apply and what are the documents involved. Thank you
Hi Edward let me tell you better truth about South Africa. Please don't come to SA with visitor visa ooooooooo. Try to get study permit or critical skills work visa. With visitors visa you would not be able to change your visa.

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