Thank you for visiting our official website, we hope you will find the information useful, whether you are planning to visit South Africa or are interested in remaining current with the activities of the South African Embassy in Washington DC.
The Mission is committed to inculcating the spirit of Ubuntu and the “Batho Pele” (People First) principles, in the provision of its services; which is reflective of our country’s values of putting humanity central to all that we do. South Africa is open for business and continues to provide a wealth of opportunities for those looking at investing in an emerging market that boosts a stable democracy, incredible infrastructure and world class financial systems.
We remain a premier destination for tourism and always welcome an opportunity to welcome you to our country of beautiful scenery, wildlife, beaches and amazing climate. What is more important however is that you will meet culturally diverse South Africans, waiting to welcome you to our rainbow nation!
Should you need more information, I encourage you to reach out to me and my team through our provided contact details, which you will find on this website.
Ambassador Mninwa Mahlangu
South African Embassy in the United States of America
Join us for the Open House
We are excited to welcome you to our Open House “Around the World Embassy Tour” and learn about South Africa, the rainbow nation!
- Where: Embassy of South Africa. 3051 Massachusetts Avenue NW Washington DC 20008
- When: Saturday, May 7, 2016
- Time: 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
- Read more: https://www.culturaltourismdc.org/portal/signature-events
- Where: The South African Embassy 3051 Massachusetts Avenue, NW Washington, DC
- When: Wednesday, May 11th, 2016
- Time: 6:30 PM- 9:30 PM
- Tickets are on sale at: http://sawipspringwine.eventbrite.com
- Contact for further information: Executive Director Cheri-Leigh Erasmus at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Your contribution directly supports the SAWIP Class of 2016 – a talented group of emerging leaders who are eager to make a positive difference in their communities. Although South Africa faces many challenges, leaders who are committed to democratic ideals and public
- Low Fares To Africa Are Just A Few Clicks Away: http://www.flysaa.com/cms/US/specials/specials-saa.html
Five-piece guitar-inclined South African band The Muffinz presents an evening of music described by electric guitarist Sifiso Buthelezi as “Liberated Afro Retro.” The band features Karabo Moeketsi on bass, Simphiwe Kulla on electric guitar, Keke Mabusela on drums, and acoustic guitarist Mthae Sibanda. This performance is part of the James A. Johnson Young Artist Series, made possible by Target.
- When: Friday April 29, 2016
- Time: 6:00 PM
- Where: The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts 2700 F Street, NW Washington, DC 20566
- Admission: FREE
- More information: https://www.kennedy-center.org/Video/Upcoming
The award was accepted by H. E. Mninwa J Mahlangu, Ambassador of the Republic of South Africa to the United States of America.
- Link to a video of the 2016 HONORS: Gala – Distinguished Diplomatic Service Award Presentation: https://youtu.be/TigjwlZqNI4
A Lesson From Aloes, about the struggles of South African’s common folk, is a sharp, intimate examination of apartheid …
- When: April 29 – May 29, 2016 Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm Sundays at 2pm
- Added 2pm performance on Saturday May 28
- Talkback with the actors following the performance on May 15
- Where: The Writer’s Center 4508 Walsh Street Bethesda, MD 20815
- Tickets: http://aloes.bpt.me
Five poets from the City of Tshwane (Pretoria), South Africa will visit DC to perform at the Split This Rock Poetry Festival and tour the nation’s capital. All five poets were finalists in the Tshwane Speak Out Loud Youth Poetry Competition that took place in August 2015 when the DC Youth Poetry Slam Team was visiting South Africa….
Albie Sachs’ story illustrates the challenges faced by South Africans in a society founded on principles of slavery and disempowerment. As a young lawyer, Albie defended those committed to ending apartheid. He was imprisoned in solitary confinement, tortured, and forced into exile, but returned to South Africa following Nelson Mandela’s release to become one of the principal architects of a new egalitarian constitution.
- When: Tuesday, April 26, 2016
- Where: 1529 16th Street NW. Washington, DC
- Time: 7:30 pm
- Followed by a Q&A with filmmaker Abby Ginzberg.