Welcome to the South African Embassy website and find below the highlights of the month.
The 2019 Rugby World Cup
In what will become one of the most memorable Rugby World Cups finals in recent history. South Africa playing their own brand of Rugby completely outclassed England to the tune of 32-12. South Africans from all walks of life and from every corner of the world stood together to support the Springboks under the #STRONGERTOGETHER.
This victory by South Africa means this is the 3rd World Cup victory for South Africa which means that they are now tied with New Zealand. This is also a particularly proud moment for all South Africans, as Siyathanda “Siya” Kolisi becomes the first “Black” South African captain to lead the team to a world cup final victory.
The euphoria created by the sterling performance of the SpingBoks has brought together people of different races, cultures and walks of life and united them for a common purpose. Once again, sport has proven to be a critical part of knitting together the social fabric of our nation. Transformation in our sporting codes and at grassroots levels are vital to strengthening sports in the country. The united spirit displayed during this World Cup by all South Africans shows that we can overcome any challenge through determination and by working together. We are indeed #StrongerTogether Read More..
FOREIGN CHILDREN FROM VISA EXEMPT COUNTRIES ENTERING OR DEPARTING THE REPUBLIC I, Dr PA Motsoaledi, MP, Minister of
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South African Embassy in Ankara wishes all our Turkish friends our heartfelt congratulations on the occasion of the