Closure of the Consulate in Munich from Monday 18 January 2021 until further notice

Kindly note that due to continuing high infection rates and persistently growing numbers of COVID-19 related death cases, the South African Consulate General, in its efforts to help curb the spread of the virus, will be working remotely from Monday 18 January 2021 until further notice.

During this period, please note that NO Consular Applications will be received via courier.

All existing appointments will be attended to on a case-by-case basis at the discretion of the Consulate, taking into consideration the URGENCY of the Application. 

All Civic Services appointments and matters must be directed to: Munich.CivicApp(at)dirco.gov.za

All other Consular matters including immigration must be sent to: munich.consular(at)dirco.gov.za

All other emergencies can be forwarded to:  munich.consular(at)dirco.gov.za

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19. January 2021

German Foreign Office Circular Note: The New Corona Entry Regulation

The Foreign Office is honoured to inform the Diplomatic Missions and International Organisations in the Federal Republic of Germany as follows: The new corona entry regulation, applicable as from...

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19. October 2020

Government Revises List of High-Risk Countries - New List Includes Germany

The Department of Home Affairs has revised the list of high-risk countries based on a risk categorisation model. “We continue to be reminded that the COVID-19 pandemic is still with us and we need to...

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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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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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24. April 2020

Statement by President Cyril Ramaphosa on South Africa's response to the coronavirus pandemic

My Fellow South Africans,

It has been exactly seven weeks since the first case of the coronavirus was confirmed in our country.

Since then, all our lives have changed in...

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