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

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Embassy remains closed on 16 December 2022

Please note that the Embassy of the Republic of South Africa including its Consular Service will remain closed on 16 December 2022 due to the South African Day of Reconciliation. The...

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Consular, Topnews, Embassy

31. October 2022

Change of Fees for Applications for South African Passports as of 1 November 2022

The Department of Home Affairs in South Africa announced the increase of passport application fees as of 1 November 2022.  The fees will be as follows: Passport (32 pages):   R1200 =...

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Topnews, Consular, Embassy

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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Consular, Embassy

Meeting of Consular Sections

Messieurs Mzimasi Xabendlini, and Victor Tshete had a meeting with their counterparts Mr Yaw Osei-Appiah, and Mr Michael Sackey of the Embassy of the Republic of Ghana.  

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Politics, Press Review, Tourism, Consular,...

21. September 2021

Minister Sisulu Welcomes Germany’s Decision to Remove SA from the 'Red List' Countries

Tourism Minister Lindiwe Sisulu has thanked the German government for removing South Africa from the COVID-19 red list. This means that the country is no longer deemed as a “high risk” nation and...

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Topnews, Tourism, Politics, Economy, Consular

17. September 2020

Statement by President Cyril Ramaphosa on progress in the national effort to contain the COVID-19 pandemic

On 16 September 2020, President Cyril Ramaphosa updated South Africans on developments in government’s COVID-19 response and the path to economic recovery. "Just as we have acted together to...

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Topnews, Consular, Press, Economy, Politics

01. June 2020

Covid-19 Update: South Africa will be moving to Alert Level 3

Covid-19 Update: South Africa will be moving to Alert Level 3 of the lockdown on June 1, but the coronavirus will get much worse, before it gets better, President Cyril Ramaphosa said in an address...

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