Welcome to the South African Embassy website and find below the highlights of the month. As South Africa slowly approcahes the festive season, Turkey and South Africa are currently experiencing the best of their respective seasons wherein its neither cold nor hot. The beautiful flaura and fauna in both countries are currently more impressing and worth enjoying.
In relation to the current alert level 1 of the risk adjusted approach of South Africa’s Disaster Management Act, we are expecting movement in tourism and we wish all travellers safe and memorable visits.
Marine Month 1 to 31 October 2020
National Marine Month creates awareness of South Africa's marine and coastal environments and the benefits that our oceans bring to our nation. South Africa is nestled between two currents: the warm Agulhas Current with rich ocean biodiversity, but not a large fish stocks and the cold Benguela system that supports large fisheries such as those focused on the small pelagic (anchovy and sardine) and the demersal (hake) stocks. These currents, in addition to the cold southern oceans, are key drivers of South Africa climate and rainfall conditions. Read More..
The waiting is over. We are proud to announce that after extensive and lengthy liaison with kind & considerate
The Embassy of South Africa responds positive to the South African citizens in Antalya, and intervenes on the
MESSAGE BY PRESIDENT CYRIL RAMAPHOSA ON COVID-19 PANDEMIC MONDAY, 30 MARCH 2020