In a landmark deal and to boost economic and continental development, saw two major countries and governments signing a visa waiver agreement.
November 1st is earmarked to be the official kickoff date for citizens with ordinary passport.
Ghana’s ministry of foreign affairs and regional integration in a statement announced Friday, said citizens of both countries who are travelling can stay in each other’s territory within 90 days without work.
“The ministry of foreign affairs and regional integration wishes to inform the general public that the Republic of Ghana and the Republic of South Africa have entered into an agreement on a visa waiver regime for holders of ordinary passports,” the statement reads.
“Travellers may transit through, depart from and stay in the territory of both countries for a cumulative period of up to ninety (90) days without recourse to work.“The travelling public is thereby advised to take note of this development.”
In a separate statement, the South African High Commission in Ghana said that ordinary passport holders are expected to apply for visa to enter South Africa at the end of 90-day stay.
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