Govt Removes Visa Requirements For All SADC Countries, Introduces New Visa Regime

Zimbabwe has become the first Southern African Development Community (SADC) country to remove Visa requirements for all member countries. The government introduced a new Visa regime where 29 countries have been moved from Group C to Group B. Group B countries get visas on arrival and do not need to apply before travelling. The Chief Immigration director announced that the move is with immediate effect. Some of the countries which are now in Group B are Ethiopia, India, Mexico.

The government made the move to improve travel into the country for tourists, and business people.

 

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One Comment on “Govt Removes Visa Requirements For All SADC Countries, Introduces New Visa Regime

  1. “Zimbabwe has become the first Southern African Development Community (SADC) country to remove Visa requirements for all member countries.”

    The statement above is not true at all. I can’t confirm whether Zimbabwe has removed visa requirements for all SADC Member States but I know for sure that Seychelles was the first country on the continent to offer visa-free access for all Africans.

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