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DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH

TRAVEL ADVISORY TO PREVENT THE IMPORTATION OF EBOLA INTO SOUTH AFRICA 

The purpose of this advisory is to notify travellers about the Ebola disease outbreak and inform them about preventative measures they can take and what Government is doing.

Important note for all visa/permit applicants: Visa applicants must be submitted in person only as of 15th October 2014. Visas are not issued the same day and you are required to bring prepaid self-addressed envelope (with a tracking number) for the return of your passport. Applications couriered after 16th October 2014 will be returned back to the applicants.

Please be aware that the Chicago Consulate General will be closed on
January 18th, 2016, in observance of Dr. Martin Luther King’s holiday.
The office will resume on Tuesday, January 19th, 2016.

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE SOUTH AFRICAN CONSULATE GENERAL WILL BE CLOSED
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 2015 – AND WILL REOPEN MONDAY, JANUARY 4, 2016

 

Dear South Africans and Friends of South Africa, Nando’s has made its way to Chicago. It will have  3 locations in Chicago so we can satisfy our South African Peri Peri cravings. You want to know more about Nando’s in Chicago, then sign up at http://peri.io/saconsulate 

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The post South African cuisine appeared first on Brand South Africa.

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The post The Nelson Mandela Bridge appeared first on Brand South Africa.

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The post From Big Five to Little Five appeared first on Brand South Africa.

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The post Manufacturing in South Africa appeared first on Brand South Africa.


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