Embassy, Topnews, Consular

07. May 2015

Embassy remains closed on 14 and 25 May 2015

The Embassy of the Republic of South Africa will remain closed on Thursday, 14 May 2015 (Ascension Day) as well as on Monday, 25 May 2015 (Pentecost Day).

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Embassy, Topnews

29. April 2015

Commemoration of Freedom Day at the South African Embassy in Berlin on 23 April 2015

The Embassy of the Republic of South Africa celebrated Freedom Day on 23 April 2015. The three hundred guests were greeted by the Ndlovu Youth Choir from South Africa who sang...

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Topnews, African Union

28. April 2015

SOUTH AFRICA TO HOST AU SUMMIT

African Union

The primary objective of the summit will be to review progress made in the attainment of continental objectives, with a particular focus on the 2015 theme, the “Year of Women Empowerment and...

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Topnews, Press Review

28. April 2015

GOVERNMENT ON PROGRESS MADE TO BRING AN END TO ATTACKS ON FOREIGN NATIONALS

“We once again unequivocally condemn the maiming and killing of our brothers and sisters from other parts of the continent. No amount of frustration or anger can justify these attacks and looting...

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Topnews, Press Review

24. April 2015

MINISTER NKOANA-MASHABANE MEETS WITH AFRICAN HEADS OF DIPLOMATIC MISSIONS ACCREDITED TO SOUTH AFRICA

17 April 2015 “It is therefore with a deep sense of pain and regret that we as the South African Government humbled ourselves before the African diplomatic community in our meeting with them today;...

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Topnews, Press Review

24. April 2015

PRESIDENT ZUMA ADDRESSES VIOLENCE AGAINST FOREIGN NATIONALS

16 April 2015 “The Freedom Charter says there shall be peace and friendship. Our responsibility is to promote this legacy of peaceful coexistence and take it...

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Topnews

24. April 2015

Bank Details of two Aid Organisations assisting Affected Foreign Nationals

Please find below the bank details of two aid organisations assisting the affected foreign nationals from the recent xenophobic attacks in South Africa: Red Cross...

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