Can I renew my Zimbabwean passport in South Africa?

Can I renew my Zimbabwean passport in South Africa?

A new Zimbabwean passport can be applied at the Zimbabwean consulate in South Africa. Because of Covid-19, you now have to book an appointment with the consulate to apply for your passport.

How do I book an appointment at Zimbabwe consulate?

How to book an appointment with the Zimbabwe Consulate

  1. Go to the booking site.
  2. Click on Create a new user account.
  3. Add your email address, which will be used as your login.
  4. Create a password.
  5. Add your Full name.
  6. Add your phone number.
  7. Click on Create.
  8. Go to your email and open an email from the Zimbabwe Consulate.

How much is a Zimbabwean passport in South Africa 2020?

It costs $53 (R640) for an ordinary passport application, $253 (R3,050) to make an urgent application to get a passport within three days, and $315 (R3,800) to get one within 24 hours. Passport applications have to be done via a Zimbabwean consulate.

How much is a Zimbabwean passport 2021?

New passport fees announced by Mutsvangwa will see an ordinary passport pegged at US$60, a three-day passport US$200 and a 24-hour emergency passport US$318 or the Zimbabwe dollar equivalent at the prevailing exchange rate.

How much is a Zimbabwean passport 2020?

It currently costs 53 Zimbabwe dollars to get an ordinary passport, which under normal circumstances takes at least three months to process, 253 dollars for one that comes out after three days and 380 dollars for one which comes out in 24 hours.

How much is a Zimbabwean passport?

  1. Ordinary passport – $53.00.
  2. Urgent passport (3 working days) – $253.00.
  3. Express urgent passport (24 hours) – $318.00.
  4. Temporary Travel Document – $38.00.

How long does it take to get an emergency passport in Zimbabwe?

It will take about 3 working days for your application for an emergency passport is processed.

How long does it take to get a new passport in Zimbabwe?

Your passport or ID card will be ready in about 3 weeks. You may be asked to provide additional documents to help us assess your application. In that case, the decision period will be extended.

Can I apply for a passport in Zimbabwe?

Applicants are required to submit passport applications to the Zimbabwe Embassy in that country or the nearest Embassy in neighbouring countries. If there is no embassy in the country of residence or nearest neighboring country, applicants are advised to come back home before their passports expire for renewal.

How much does a Zimbabwe passport cost?

The new prices will see the fee for a passport processed through the normal route rise to ZW$150 from ZW$53, while that for an emergency passport will jump to ZW$600 from ZW$253.

How much is it to get an emergency passport in Zimbabwe?

Zimbabweans based outside the country often apply for an emergency passport by paying $318, making this one of the most expensive passports in the world.

Where is the Zimbabwe consulate in South Africa?

Closed: Wednesdays, Weekends, South African & Zimbabwean public Holidays. Address: 13A BOEING ROAD WEST BEDFORDVIEW, JOHANNESBURG, 2007 Telephone: +27 11 615 5879 FAX: +27 11 615 1016

How to renew a Zimbabwe passport in South Africa?

Passport application and renewals. The form fee is R250.00. You then submit application on your own Please contact the consulate for requirements before you visit. Closed: Wednesdays, Weekends, South African & Zimbabwean public Holidays. All consulates and embassy are closed on weekends, Zimbabwe and South African public holidays

What happens if you arrive early at the Zimbabwe consulate?

Electronic confirmations will not be considered. Clients are strongly advised to adhere to the allocated time given the need to manage the number of people within the Consulate premises at any given time. EARLY ARRIVALS WILL BE TURNED BACK.

Where is Zimbabwe located in relation to South Africa?

Bounded by Zambia to the north and northwest, by South Africa to the south, by Mozambique to the east and north-east and by Botswana to the south-west, Zimbabwe lies wholly to the north of the tropic of Capricorn. It is part of the great plateau, which is major feature of the geography of the southern African region.