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Topnews, Tourismus, Konsular, Presse

17. April 2020

SA Minister of Int Relations Dr Pandor on Corona-Virus And Repatriation Of SA Citizens

Minister Naledi Pandor spoke to Ubuntu Radio earlier today, 16 April 2020 to address the matter of the repatriation of South African citizens stranded abroad because of the COVID-19 pandemic travel...

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Topnews, Presse

10. April 2020

WATCH: Ramaphosa praises 'unsung heroes' at CSIR for helping SA stay ahead of Covid-19 curve

President Cyril Ramaphosa has praised the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), saying work being done there is assisting the country to stay ahead of the Covid-19 curve. On...

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Topnews, Tourismus

09. April 2020

South African Tourism: Don’t travel Now So You Can Travel Later

Here is a new clip by South African Toruism conveying the message: Don’t travel now So you can travel later. A message from South African Tourism. Watch the clip: |+| zum Artikel

Topnews, Konsular, Südafrika in Deutschland

05. April 2020

South African Consulate General in Munich: Measures Taken in the Context of Covid - 19 Pandemic

In support of the measures taken by the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany to contain the spread of COVID-19 and protection of personnel, the Consulate is closed from 19 March 2020, until...

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Topnews, Südafrika in Deutschland, Konsular

04. April 2020

COVID-19 Update: South African Citizens Stranded in Germany

Sent on behalf of the South African Embassy Management: COVID-19 Update: South African Citizens Stranded in Germany. Dear fellow South Africans,
we sincerely hope you are all keeping safe...

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Topnews, Konsular, Presse

02. April 2020

COVID-19 Update: Media Statement, 2 April 2020

Here is the latest press release on COVID-19 Corona Virus by the South African Resource Portal. Media Statement
2 April 2020

As at today the total number of COVID-19 positive cases...

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Topnews, Tourismus

01. April 2020

Cape Town Tourism Brief on COVID-19

On 23 March 2020 the South African President, Cyril Ramaphosa, announced a nationwide lockdown due to the growing spread of COVID-19 in our country. The lockdown will last for 21 days and will be in...

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