Liaison Office of South Africa

                    in Taiwan, Taipei                                                          


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

                                        Tel: (02) 2715-2295/0966-656145 

                                        Fax: (02) 2712-5109                                                                                                              last updated: 19 April 2018









Freedom Month (April) commemorates the historic occasion in 1994 when South Africa achieved freedom and democracy, where all its citizens became free from discrimination and oppression, moving away from hatred, divisions and a painful history to build a common future together.



Please note that the Liaison Office of South Africa will be closed respectively on 27 April and 01 May 2018 for Freedom Day and Workers Day.

Message from Head of Mission on Human Rights Day.

Out of country registration for 2019 Elections.

Public Holidays 2018

NOTICE: 09 3218 8084 is the emergency contact number for the Mission and MUST ONLY be used when the office is closed.


Please take note that this number must not be used for:

1. making appointments

2. general questions about consular, immigration,

    trade or tourism

3. checking if documents are ready for collection


Stringent measures NOW apply for all births registered AFTER 30 DAYS!

Liaison Office of South Africa is on Facebook.

Deputy President Mabuza and the world pay tribute to Mama Winnie.
Deputy President Mabuza leads government's commemoration of Solomon Mahlangu.
SADC leaps to the defence of wildlife.
Government launches investor hub in Gauteng.
Cape Town to host the World Travel Market (WTM) 2018.
Minister  Mthethwa launches SA Jazz Legends Book.
SA's Meerkat astronomers score massive win in discovering super magnetic star secrets.
A new solar tower in the Northern Cape will be the second-tallest building in SA.
Trevor Noah launches foundation in South Africa.
Team SA shines at Commonwealth Games.
Minister Davies emphasizes significance of AFCFTA to Africa's development.
Electronic SA visa applications to curb fake permits.
National Library of SA turns 200 years old.
Durban beachfront on the brink of change with new R35 billion development.
South African director to helm Trevor Noah movie.
Philander unstoppable as Proteas thrash Aussies.
President Ramaphosa hails African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA).
SA participates in WTO meeting.
Africa's first ATM Pharmacy launched.
Virgin Atlantic announces second daily service between Joburg and London.
Cape Town Carnival 2018 rocks the Mother City.
SA secures R2,2 BN events investment bids up until 2021.
Cape Town welcomes Indian Navy women power crew on wave-of-change circumnavigation expedition.
Springboks to face Wales in ground-breaking test in Washington DC.
Jordy Smith to lead world team at Founder's Cup.
Cape Town, Durbs and Jozi represent in Punctuality League's Best Global Air Routes and Airports.
SA re-elected to IMO Council.
New R300-M Durban Point Promenade to extend Golden Mile.
Scintillating Blitzboks victorious in Dubai.
SA batsman belts fastest 300 in history.

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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