Department Of Home Affairs Office – Tongaat Tongaat
Department Of Home Affairs Office – Tongaat Tongaat, Tongaat is a town in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, about 37 kilometres (23 mi) north of Durban and 28 kilometres (17 mi) south of Stanger. It now forms part of eThekwini Metropolitan Municipality, or Greater Durban area. Its population is mostly people of Indian descent. The area is home to the oldest Indian community in South Africa, having been where the first indentured Indian laborers settled in 1860 to work in the sugar-cane plantations. Much of the architectural style in the town was the work of Ivan Mitford-Barberton, and many buildings are in the Cape Dutch style of architecture.
Tongaat Medium Office
- Office Manager: Derrick Naidoo
- 3 Maharaj Road
- Kwazulu Natal
- South Africa
- 032 438 3700 | 032 438 3705 | 032 438 3711 | 032 438 3702 | 032 438 3709
- 032 944 4138
Department of Home Affairs – Tongaat
We are a government/public organisation. We determine and confirm the status of persons by providing enabling documents in the interest of promoting and protecting the national integrity. This includes, but is not limited to, registration of births, deaths, provision of identity documentation and passports. Our national hotline is 0800 601 190. We are open 08:00 to 17:00, Monday to Friday. We charge a fee for our services.