A glittering event was held in the city of Istanbul to inaugurate the new South African Honorary Consul, Mr Remzi Gür, who is a seasoned business leader and philanthropist, as an official South African representative in Istanbul. The event was attended by leaders in the fields of politics, business and other relevant stakeholders.
The South African Embassy holds the view that Mr Gür will continue to enhance the image of South Africa and correctly use his business connections and networks in advancing the country as a preferred investment and trade destination.
The South African Ambassador to Turkey, Mr Pule Malefane, presented Mr Gür with his letters of credence, welcomed him into the Embassy team and cheap online generic viagra wished him well in his new role. He thanked Turkey for availing the services of Mr Gur to South Africa and sees this as a step towards establishing a full mission in Istanbul given its importance to enhancing trade relations between the two countries.
The Ambassador of the Republic of South Africa, H E Mr Pule I Malefane will be visiting Istanbul between 22-28 May 2016.
Ambassador Malefane’s programme includes participation at the World Humanitarian Summit Istanbul on 23-24 May 2016 and courtesy calls to the Representatives of MUSIAD, President of Fenerbahçe, Vice Chairman of Turkish Airlines, Director of Coca Cola and CEO of Mutlu Aku. He will also attend the Opening Ceremony of the International Sugar Organization's 49th Council Meeting and will visit Aydın University.
Participation at the World Humanitarian Summit on 23-24 May 2016 Istanbul
The Ambassador of the Republic of South Africa HE Mr Pule I Malefane attended the World Humanitarian Summit taking place on 23-24 May at Istanbul Congress Center.
The magnificent display of South African wildflowers put together by the SA National Biodiversity Institute at Kirstenbosch has received a gold medal at the 2016 Royal Horticultural Society’s flower show, which opened today.
Ambassador of the Republic of South Africa, H.E. Mr Pule I. Malefane paid a courtesy visit to the Former First Lady of South Africa Ms Graça Machel on 24 May 2016.
The Ambassador of the Republic of South Africa HE Mr Pule I Malefane attended the World Humanitarian Summit today in Istanbul. The Summit is taking place on 23-24 May at Istanbul Congress Center.
The United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon has called for humanity—people’s safety, dignity and the right to thrive—to be placed at the heart of global decision-making. To deliver for humanity, stakeholders must act on five core responsibilities: Prevent and end conflict, Respect rules of war, Leave no one behind, Working differently to end need and Invest in humanity.
The Ambassador of the Republic of South Africa, H E Mr Pule I Malefane visited Mersin between 16-18 May 2016.
Ambassador Malefane’s programme includes a courtesy call to the Governor of Mersin, H E Mr Özdemir Çakacak and Lord Mayor of Mersin, H E Mr Burhanettin Kocamaz. He will also attend South Africa-Turkey Investment Seminer at Mersin Chamber of Commerce and cialis canada online pharmacy no prescription Industry and will visit Mediterranean Exporters Unions, and Mersin Free Zone, amongs other engagements.
Visit to Governor of Mersin H E Mr Özdemir Çakacak
Upon the invitation of TOBB President M. Rifat Hisarcıklıoğlu, Ambassador of the Republic of South Africa Mr Pule Malefane attended The Union Chambers and Commodity Exchanges 72. General Assembly in Ankara on 11 May 2016. The event is attended by most Ambassadors and Diplomats in Ankara.
The Union of Chambers and Commodity Exchanges of Turkey (TOBB) is the highest legal entity in Turkey representing the private sector. Within the context of its organic law and other applicable legislation, TOBB aims at ensuring unity and solidarity between chambers and commodity exchanges, enhancing development of the professions in conformance with general interest, facilitating professional work of members, promoting honesty and just try! confidence in the relations of members with one another and with the general public, and preserving professional discipline and ethics.
The South African Embassy in Ankara has great pleasure in welcoming the new Ambassador to the Republic of Turkey, H.E. Mr Pule Isaac Malefane and his family.
Ambassador Malefane presented his letter of credence to the President of the Republic of Turkey, H. E. Mr Recep Tayyib Erdogan, at a reception at the Presidential Complex in Ankara on 22 March 2016. Ambassador Malefane previously served as the Consulate General of South Africa in Mumbai, India. Ambassador Malefane also, as part of the presentation of his letter of credence ceremony, laid a wreath at the Aniktkabir, the monument where the founder of the Republic of Turkey, Kemal Ataturk, is buried on 24 March 2016.
In 2016 South Africa celebrates its 22nd year of Freedom and Democracy. During this time South Africa has focussed on addressing the inequalities of the past. The focus of South Africa’s endeavours on a regional and global level is also to work together with the international community to make life better for Africa and the world through enhancing the African Agenda and Sustainable Development and wow)) viagra without a prescription legal strengthening its relations with all countries. South Africa continues to face the challenges of development and South Africa’s government will continue to address these to achieve the aim of making life better for all South Africans and those who live in it.