Important Announcement

Scalabrini is closed. All services at the Scalabrini Centre of Cape Town have been postponed due to the Covid-19 virus until further notice. Please check our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/ScalabriniCT) for further announcements. 

For reliable information on the Covid-19 virus, visit www.sacoronavirus.co.za or message ‘hi’ on WhatsApp to 060 012 3456 – the official government COVID-19 support service.

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24Jun

Infographic: Overstaying your visa

Our infographic explains the consequences overstaying your visa issued in terms of South Africa’s Immigration ...
23Jun

Covid-19 Lock-down: Important information for refugees and migrants in South Africa

This webpage centralizes information that is important for refugee and migrant communities to know about ...
19Jun

Victory in Covid-19 Social Relief Grant Court Case

Press Release: Celebrating a court victory – some of South Africa’s asylum seekers and special ...
18Jun

Three insights on migration in a Covid-19 world : Bongani

The Scalabrini team works with migrants and refugees every day. With such deep expertise at hand, we take ...
09Jun

Press Release: Scalabrini’s ‘abandonment’ court case challenges constitutionality of South African refugee laws

On 17 June 2020, the Scalabrini Centre of Cape Town, represented by Norton Rose Fulbright ...
05Jun

Guide to Protecting Vulnerable Children in South Africa

Lawyers for Human Rights, CoRMSA and the Scalabrini Centre of Cape Town have created a ...

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Migration in South Africa: three issues and three solutions video

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