Liaison Office of South Africa

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                                        Tel: (02) 8175-8588           Fax: (02) 2712-5109                                                             last updated: 24 June 2016

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21 nominations for South Africa's new public protector

The Ad Hoc Committee formed to facilitate the appointment of a new public protector has received 21 nominations from the public. Nominees' names will be made available after 24 June. The position becomes vacant when the term of Thuli Madonsela, the incumbent, ends in October.

 


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.

Issued by HoM: MN Aphane


 

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Book sheds light on challenges young South Africans face

Writing What We Like: A New Generation Speaks is a collection of essays by 24 young South Africans on their roles and the challenges they face. In honour of Youth Month, editor Yolisa Qunta explains why we need to talk more. Not less.

 

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South African wine triumphs at international awards

A South African wine has won an international award. The DeMorgenzon Chardonnay Reserve 2015 brought home a prestigious win from the acclaimed Decanter World Wine Awards. Businesswoman and wine estate owner Wendy Appelbaum was thrilled with the accolade.

Tanzanian summit tackles ignorance of albinism

A recent three-day UN summit in Tanzania brought together experts and activists from across the continent to develop specific measures to tackle discrimination and attacks on Africans with albinism.

Refentse Morake: from busker to his own album

Refentse Morake, the young South African busker who shot to fame in a viral video in 2015 showing off his Afrikaans music skills, has released his debut album to much acclaim. But with an eye on education, he has put his law degree first before he takes his music career on the road full-time.

40 South Africans Under 40 Part 2

In this Youth Month series we look at the class of young South Africans who are, 40 years after the 1976 Soweto uprising, making an individual impact, small or great, in forging the country's distinctive identity.

South Africa takes part in International Day of Yoga

The United Nationals proclaimed 21 June International Day of Yoga. To observe the day, South Africans united to practise this ancient form of art and exercise. Co-ordinated by the Indian High Commission and various organisations, events were held in Durban, Cape Town and Johannesburg.

 


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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