Department Of Home Affairs Nyanga
Department Of Home Affairs Nyanga, Nyanga is a township in Cape Town, South Africa. Its name in Xhosa means ‘moon’ and it is one of the oldest black townships in Cape Town. It was established as a result of the migrant labour system. In 1948 black migrants were forced to settle in Nyanga as Langa became too small. Nyanga is one of the poorest and most dangerous parts of Cape Town.
Nyanga Home Affairs Office
|Location:||Nyanga, Cape Town, South Africa|
|Office Hours:||Please contact this Home Affairs office for their office hours.|
|Owned / Funded by / Endorsed by:||
(The Government of South Africa)
|Facility Category:||Home Affairs Offices|
|Street Address:||C/o Miller and New Eisleben Road, Nyanga, 7750|
|Postal Address:||C/o Miller and New Eisleben Road, Nyanga, 7750|
|Telephone:||021 380 5137 / 021 380 5120|
|Fax:||021 380 5151|
For more information, please contact the Department of Home Affairs national call centre.
Tel: 0800 601 190
This Home Affairs office uses the new biometric system. You don’t need to bring your own photographs unless you’re applying for a temporary ID, in which case you must bring along 2 recent colour photos and an affidavit from a police station.
Office manager: Quincy Shenxane