Kenya South Africa Visa Free System To Begin In January

The presidents of South Africa and Kenya have recently resolved a longstanding visa dispute. However, Kenyans will now be able to visit South Africa visa-free for up to 90 days in a calendar year in the beginning of January next year.

On the other hand, the South Africans already get free visas on arrival in Kenya, while Kenyans were charged and required to provide proof of sufficient funds and return flight tickets.

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This agreement was announced during the first official trip of South African President Cyril Ramaphosa to Kenya on Wednesday.

William Ruto, the president of the republic of Kenya also directed their trade ministers to address barriers that limit trade between the two countries. The two also praised the Ethiopia peace agreement signed last week in South Africa and brokered by the African Union.

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They appealed to the parties to “ensure full implementation of the agreement to reach a lasting political settlement”.


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