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Pule Malefane March2018


May 2019   

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Worker's Day 2019, 1 May

Originally born from the protracted struggle for workers’ rights and social justice of the late 1800s, Workers’ Day has been an international holiday in many countries since 1891. In South Africa, a country with its own long and sordid history of labour and social conflicts, Workers’ Day has been officially recognised and observed since the first democratic elections in 1994. The holiday serves both as a celebration of workers’ rights and as a reminder of the critical role that trade unions, the Communist Party and other labour organisations played in the fight against Apartheid. Read More...

 

 

Deputy President David Mabuza
DAVID MABUZA 
Deputy President
of the Republic of South Africa
President Cyril Ramaphosa
CYRIL RAMAPHOSA
President 
of the Republic of South Africa
Minister Lindiwe Sisulu
LINDIWE SISULU 
Minister 
of the Republic of South Africa
Turkish nationals are exempted for Visa for a period of 30 days for touristic, official and business visit. They must hold a return ticket and letter of invitation if applicable.
 

Presidential Inauguration 2019

SOUTH AFRICAN EMBASSY TURKEY  PRESIDENTIAL INAUGURATION UPDATED The South African Embassy in Ankara, Turkey,

3rd Kemer Diplomatic Cup

Congratulations to Team South Africa who won the second place at the 3rd Kemer Friendship Football Tournament

25 April 2019 Panel on South Africa

The South African Embassy in Ankara in collaboration with the Institute of Strategic Thinking cordially invites you to

Condolence to Sri Lankan Embassy

South African Ambassador Malefane signing the condolence book at the Sri Lankan Embassy Ankara on 23 April 2019.

Key Highlights

 
  • 1 May 2019 Worker's Day holds its own cultural significance, as it is not only the sacrifices made on the long road toward fair employment standards, but also the bitter battle against Apartheid in which trade and labour unions played a key role.

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Quote of the Month

 

"Workers need a living wage – and the right to join unions of their own choice and to participate in determining policies that affect their lives."
– Nelson Mandela

 

Joke of the Month

 

Teachers Dilemma!

*Teacher:* ''Construct a sentence using the word "sugar''
*Pupil:* ''I drank tea this morning.''
*Teacher:* ''Where is the word sugar.''
*Pupil:* ''It is already in the tea..!!''

Contact Us


SOUTH AFRICAN EMBASSY

Filistin Sokak No: 27 GOP 06700 Ankara Turkey

Telephone: +90 (312)  405 68 61

Visa Section: + 90 ( 312) 405 68 71

Fax: +90 (312) 446 64 34

E-Mail: general.ankara@dirco.gov.za

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