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South African Embassy, Berlin
Tiergartenstr. 18, 10785 Berlin
Tel.: +49-30-22073-0
Fax: +49-30-22073-190

The Embassy including the Consular Section will be closed on 24 May 2019

Please note that the Embassy of the Republic of South Africa including its Consular Service will be closed on Friday, 24 May 2019 due to an external engagement of Embassy staff. The Embassy will re-open on Monday, 27 May 2019 at the usual business hours.

South African Embassy in Berlin Closes Fridays at 13h30

Please note that since 1 July 2018 the Embassy of the Republic of South Africa in Berlin is closing at 13h30 on Fridays. The opening hours of the Consular Services (Visa & South African Documents) are not affected by this - please |+| click here to download the opening hours.

Embassy, South Africa in Germany, Topnews, Press

16. May 2019

South Africa at Berlin's Airlift Commemoration

In the Commemoration of 70 years of the end the of Berlin Airlift on 12 May 2019; the South African Government and the South African Air Force were thanked for being part of the historic relief...

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Topnews, South Africa in Germany, Embassy, Press

09. May 2019

South Africa Participates in Commemoration of End of Berlin Airlift 12 May 2019

This year marks the 70th anniversary of the end of the Berlin Airlift. Between 1948 and 1949 the Western Allies flew supplies to the people of West Berlin. Aircrews from the |+| read article

Topnews, Embassy, Press, South Africa in Germany

03. May 2019

Southern African Ambassdors’ Brunches Hosted at the Maritim Hotel in Berlin, Every Sunday in May & June 2019

Starting 5 May 2019, the Southern African Ambassdors’ Brunches hosted at the Maritim Hotel as part of the traditional Berlin Ambassador Brunches, are offering the unique culinary delights of South...

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Topnews

29. April 2019

South African Expats in Germany Cast their Ballots at Berlin Mission

Around 800 South Africans in Germany are expected to cast their ballots today for the upcoming national elections. In total there are close to thirty thousand South Africans who have registered to...

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Embassy, Topnews, Press

28. April 2019

Berlin Mission Hosts Successful Freedom Day Celebration - 25 Years of Democracy

The Embassy of the Republic of South Africa in Berlin, Germany, hosted its National Day event on 26 April 2019, to commemorate and celebrate South Africa’s 25th Freedom Day. On 27 April 1994, South...

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Tourism, Topnews

15. April 2019

NINE PROVINCES, 25 INSTAGRAMS: SOUTH AFRICA'S BEST SPOTS TO SNAP UP

South African Tourism (SAT), along with partners Travelstart and @SouthAfrica will collaborate in an exciting Instagram initiative that will showcase the best of South Africa through the month of...

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Economy, Topnews

15. April 2019

South Africa’s Special Economic Zones (SEZs) Attract Billions

Speaking at the first SEZs Investment Conference on Wednesday, 3 April 2019, Minister Davies said the total number of operational investors in designated SEZs had now reached 115 with a private...

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South Africa has the oldest
wine industry outside of Europe
and the Mediterranean, feat.
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Cinsault, Riesling, Shiraz,
Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet
Sauvignon and Pinotage
varietals.

South Africa
in Germany

|+| South Africa at Berlin's Airlift Commemoration

In the Commemoration of 70 years of the end the of Berlin...

|+| South Africa Participates in Commemoration of End of Berlin Airlift 12 May 2019

This year marks the 70th anniversary of the end of the...

Consular

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Information on issues like marriage, attestation of documents etc.

 
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