New Zealand High Commission Pretoria, South Africa


Driver / Administration Assistant

The New Zealand High Commission in Pretoria wishes to recruit a Driver / Administration Assistant :

Term:  open tenure

Hours of work: 37.5 hrs per week

Salary: between R91,068 and R106,097 p.a. depending on experience, plus other benefits (such as contribution to medical help and pension funds as well as overtime)



From 1 June 2015, important new regulations will come into effect for all travellers entering and departing South Africa with children.  The changes will affect South African citizens and non-citizens. 


Anzac Day is a significant national day of commemoration for Australians and New Zealanders.  It marks the anniversary of the first major military action fought by the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) during the First World War.  To commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the ANZAC’s landing on the Gallipoli Peninsula, the Australian and New Zealand High Commissions in Pretoria will jointly host the Centenary Anzac Day dawn service commemoration on Saturday, 25 April 2015.


New Zealand is proud to partner with the African Union Commission to produce the African Union Handbook 2015. In a significant development, this edition has been published in both English and French.


Our new honorary consul in Dar es Salaam, Hatim Karimjee has met with Tanzanian Deputy Foreign Minister Mahadi Maalim to present his letter of commission signed by the New Zealand Governor General.   

Deputy Minister Maalim said that he was happy to see New Zealand appoint an honorary consul in Tanzania, especially as he had studied at university in New Zealand. 

Mr Karimjee is President of Toyota Tanzania and Trustee of the Karimjee Jivanjee Foundation which offers education opportunities to young people in Tanzania.


Foreign Minister Murray McCully today welcomed New Zealand taking up its seat as a non-permanent member of the United Nations Security Council.

“New Zealand’s term on the Security Council will place us at the heart of international decision-making for the next two years,” Mr McCully says.

“The Security Council is currently considering some of the most pressing issues the international community faces, including; the dire humanitarian situation in Syria, ISIL, and Ebola.


High Commissioner Richard Mann attended the annual prize-giving ceremony at the Sir Edmund Hillary Primary School in east Johannesburg.  “This is a high achieving school – each year the students achieve higher grades across the curriculum, as well as excelling in school sports competitions. “    

The High Commissioner presented the Hillary Step awards to two students – grade 6 students Sumaiya Cotwal and Lesego Sithole – for qualities of perserverance, a consistently positive attitude and demonstrated leadership potential.


The sixth edition of the Southern Africa File, our quarterly newsletter which highlights the work at the New Zealand High Commission in Pretoria  is now available.

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New Zealand High Commissioner Richard Mann hosted in Pretoria this week our expanding network of honorary consuls in southern Africa.

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