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

No Visa Applications on Wednesdays

Please note that the Consular Sections at the Embassy in Berlin and at the South African Consulate in Munich are closed on Wednesdays for Visa Applications.

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.

Topnews, Politics, Bilateral Relations

04. February 2020

Billateral Relations: President Ramaphosa to Host Chancellor Merkel on Official State Visit

President Cyril Ramaphosa will host the Head of Government of the Federal Republic of Germany, Chancellor Angela Merkel, on an Official Visit on Thursday, 06 February 2020, at the Union Buildings in...

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Topnews, Press, Politics, African Union

04. February 2020

From the Desk of the President: South Africa's Priorities for African Union Chairship

In his latest newsletter, President Ramaphosa outlines South Africa's priorities for the African Union chairship it will assume for the coming year... Among other things, one of these priorities will...

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Topnews, Embassy, Politics, Bilateral Relations

04. February 2020

Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng Visits Berlin and the Mission

On Friday, 31 January 2020, the Embassy was honoured to host Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng for a meeting with Professor Stephan Harbarth, the Vice President of the Federal Constitutional Court of...

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Embassy, Topnews, Politics, Bilateral Relations

24. January 2020

Mission at Work: Mission Meets Presidential Office to Discuss Bilateral Cooperation in 2020

On 21 January, Minister Plenipotentiary led a delegation to a meeting with the German Federal President's office in view of discussing the many opportunities of deepening the bilateral cooperation in...

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Embassy, Topnews, Politics, Bilateral Relations

24. January 2020

Mission at Work: Mission Meets Chancellery to Discuss Deepening of South African-German Bilateral Relations

On 17 January 2020, Minister Plenipotentiary Cassimjee and Counsellor Mtshali attended a meeting with the German Chancellery on the deepening of South African-German Bilateral Relations.

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Topnews, Press

20. January 2020

From the desk of the President: President Ramaphosa's Weekly Update

In this weekly message dated 20 January 2020, President Ramaphosa discusses the pressing need to build a more capable state. Dear Fellow South African,
A few weeks ago we celebrated the start...

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Embassy, Economy, Topnews

20. January 2020

Mission at Work: Mission and Ministry Hold Investment Talks with CEO of SWEP in Berlin

The Minister Economic, Mr Jacob Moatshe together with a high level delegation from SA Ministry of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development led by the Ministry’s Chief of Staff, Ms Nomtandazo...

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