allafrica on March 05, 2012 reported that the South African government has initiated yet another investigation into the authenticity of the alleged South African passport used by a British national suspected of being involved in the recent Kenyan terrorist attacks. This is not the first time that a terror suspect has been found to be in possession of a South African passport. I will today be writing to the Chairperson of Parliament's Home Affairs Committee requesting that she summon the Minister, Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, to account for the situation………. In 2006, Mohammed Gulzar entered Britain with a fake South African passport under the name Altaf Ravat, allegedly with the intent of blowing up transatlantic airliners in mid-flight. Passport and ID fraud continues to pervade the Department of Home Affairs and it is of deep concern that the failings of this Department may be helping to facilitate international terrorist activity.
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