The High Court had declared section 25(5) of the Aliens Control Act of 1991 unconstitutional because it omitted to give persons who were partners in permanent homosexual life partnerships the benefits it extended to “spouses”.
The court ruled: Section 25(5) of the Aliens Control Act 96 of 1991, by omitting to confer on persons, who are partners in permanent same-sex life partnerships, the benefits it extends to spouses, unfairly discriminates, on the grounds of their sexual orientation and marital status, against partners in such same-sex partnerships who are permanently and lawfully resident in the Republic.
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These telephone numbers are usually allocated from a national telephone numbering plan in such a way that they are easily distinguished from other numbers.
One of the question we receive at Intergate Immigration is how the immigration regulations cater for those who are in permanent homosexual relationships.
In 1996, after decades of apartheid, South Africa received a new constitution.
Telephone companies typically offer blocking services to allow telephone customers to prevent access to these number ranges from their telephones.
In some jurisdictions, telephone companies are required by law to offer such blocking.