Councillor Letter – Can only be used if the client is employed and have no other document available. It must be on the municipality’s letterhead and must contain the client’s full name, surname, ID number and residential address, the date when the letter was issued, an official stamp from the municipality, and the name and signature of the councillor who completed and certified the letter. An original salary slip less than 3 months old is needed to prove employment.
Tribal Village/Traditional Authority Letter – Can only be used if the client is employed and no other document is available. It must contain the clients full name and surname, the name of the designated official (tribal chief or leader), what legislation, ordinance or regulation authorises the designated official, confirmation by the designated official that you live on the communal property under control of the traditional authority, the date when the letter was issued, and the signature and stamp of the designated official. An original salary slip less than 3 months old is needed to prove employment.