On the following 12 Public Holidays the Embassy of the Republic of South Africa will remain closed.

  • 8 March, International Women's Day
  • 21 March, Human Rights Day 
  • 15 April, Good Friday
  • 18 April, Family Day
  •   2 May, May Day (in lieu of 1 May)
  • 26 May, Ascension Day
  •   6 June, Pentecost Day
  • 16 June, Youth Day
  •   9 August, South African National Women's Day
  •   3 October, German Reunification Day
  • 16 December, Reconciliaton Day 
  • 26 December, Day of Goodwill

Embassy, Topnews

Technical Malfunction at the South African Consulate General in Munich

Due to a technical malfunctioning, the South African Consulate General can unfortunately not receive any emails and telephone calls. The problem is being worked upon and will be solved as soon as...

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27. June 2022

Job Re-advertisement: Accountant at the South African Embassy in Berlin

The South African Embassy in Germany seeks to employ a fully bilingual (English/German)  accountant.– Re-advertisement  Salary: Based on experience and...

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Job Re-advertisement: Receptionist at the South African Embassy in Berlin

The South African Embassy in Berlin is looking for a fully bilingual (English/German) Receptionist. Re-advertisement. Main duties: 

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27. July 2022

Provision of Civic and Immigration (Visa) Services for Berlin and Munich

Please find below all the necessary information on the Berlin Embassy's provision of Civic and Immigration Services. Specific questions must be directed to the email address of the Consular Section...

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Meeting with the Association of German Chambers of Commerce and Industry

A meeting was held between Ms Laura Joyce, Counsellor Political, Ms Carol Mabuza, First Secretary Political, Mr Justin Kemp, First Secretary Political, and Mr Heiko Schwiderowski, Head of the...

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