Liaison Office of South Africa

                    in Taiwan, Taipei                                                          

 

                                        Suite 1301, 13th FL., 205 Tun Hwa North Rd., Taipei 105, Taiwan                            

                                        Tel: (02) 8175-8588           Fax: (02) 2712-5109                                                             last updated: 26 May 2016

                                south.africa@msa.hinet.net


 

 

 

 

 

     

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A journey around Africa with ten great songs

Celebrate Africa Month by taking a tour of the continent's best beats: classic favourites, hidden gems and contemporary hits. From west to south, Mali to Mzansi, bask in the rhythms and melodies that make Africa's heart beat proudly.

 

Please note that the Liaison Office of South Africa is now able to receive incoming calls as some of the technical problems with the phone system have been solved. For appointments or enquiries please call 02 8175-8588

 


Due to the security considerations and the up-surge in the number of visa applications, the Mission would like to emphasize that it is on top of the situation and is working hard to lessen the waiting period for both applications and receipt of visas. The Mission would also like to implore the broader community in Taiwan to be patient.

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Possible Conference gives insight about personal branding

The Possible Conference held in Braamfontein last week was an opportunity for 300 creatives and content creators to learn from each other and get guidance from branding professionals.

 

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Google to train a million young Africans in digital skills

Google is working to boost digital skills across Africa and foster the spirit of internet entrepreneurs through its online learning portal Digify Africa. The company has pledged to train a million young people across the continent.

Africans doing business with Africans: conference explores continent's trade potential

Improving trade and investment between African countries is key to enticing greater overseas investment into the continent, according to the recent Tshwane International Trade and Infrastructure Investment Conference.

Extensive HIV vaccine study planned in South Africa

American scientists are scheduling a major trial of an experimental HIV vaccine in South Africa in 2016, "the most feasible vaccine ever developed". It will be one of largest single clinical testing processes done in South Africa.

Bill Gates to deliver 2016 Nelson Mandela Lecture

Since the inaugural Nelson Mandela Annual Lecture in 2003, speakers have been notable global leaders in their field. This year will be no different. Microsoft co-founder and global philanthropist Bill Gates will deliver the 14th annual lecture on the eve of Mandela Day.

Uganda to represent Africa at 2016 Quidditch World Cup

The 2016 Quidditch World Cup is taking place in July in Germany. Uganda is the only country in Africa sending players to the tournament and money is being raised through a crowdfunding initiative to get them there. So far, the team is astounded by the support they have received.

Eco-tourism in South Africa's winelands

Eco-tourism in South Africa's winelands is thriving, with visitors to the Western Cape increasingly as interested in exploring the wealth of eco-tourism activities on offer as they are in sampling the region's famous wines.

 

Private equity and investment in Africa

Is Africa the world's most under-rated investment destination? Could the continent offer better returns on cheaper capital? Could private equity be the key to unlocking the wealth of the world's largest market and the last frontier of growth in an ailing global economy?

 

South Africa 'has investment advantage'

Stability and predictability of institutions, a free press and a transparent Constitution and government give South Africa an advantage over many developing countries in attracting investment, but more must be done to stamp out corruption, says Goldman Sachs International MD Colin Coleman.

 

SA home to three best airports in Africa

South Africa's three major international airports, OR Tambo International, Cape Town International and King Shaka International, scored a treble at the 2011 Skytrax World Airport Awards, being named the top three airports in Africa.

 

Making it easier to do business in SA

The government plans to make it easier to do business in South Africa by setting up a national one-stop shop for investment approvals, reforming BEE codes, and simplifying the red tape required of small businesses.

 

Kruger Park: jewel in SA's wildlife crown

The world-renowned Kruger National Park, South Africa's largest game reserve, offers incomparable game and bird viewing, and accommodation to suit every taste, within a biodiversity hotspot the size of a small country.

 

Building the nation's brand
Working to improve the country's competitiveness abroad; contributing to social cohesion and nation brand ambassadorship at home.

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                       South Africa Photo Galleries

 

SA Photo Galleries
SA's people, coastline, wildlife, birdlife, flora, rock art ... take a quick photo tour of a country as diverse as it is beautiful.


                          

      Mapping South Africa 

             Mapping South Africa

Find accommodation, find a restaurant, find an address, find directions ... find your way on our interactive, multi-dimensional, macro to micro  South Africa map.


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