New Zealand High Commission Pretoria, South Africa

17-06-14

The High Commission would like to advise New Zealanders travelling to or from South Africa to be aware of new regulations for travel in South Africa. Failure to become familiar with these new regulations could have significant consequences on planned travel.

While a short summary is provided here, the full regulations are available on the South African Department of Home Affairs website.

New travel regulations relating to travel with children

16-06-14

The application closing dates for NZDS for study commencing in January 2015 have now passed.

11-06-14

Zambian businessman Mark O’Donnell has been inaugurated as New Zealand’s first Honorary Consul in Lusaka in a ceremony hosted by High Commissioner Richard Mann.  Mark’s jurisdiction covers the whole country.  He is a well-known and respected businessman with interests in hotels, supermarkets and other sectors.  Mark is also Chairman of the Zambian Tourism Authority.  We welcome Mark to our network of diplomatic representation in southern Africa.

10-03-14

An online toolkit is now available for New Zealand exporters to help tell the New Zealand story overseas.

Of interest

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