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- There are no parking facilities for the public at the Embassy, although street parking spaces sometime can be found nearby. However, If you plan to visit the Embassy for consular services, please plan to arrive by public transportation or drop-off.
Listen to Ambassador Ebrahim Rasool’s remarks at the unveiling of Nelson Mandela statue.
Listen to Ambassador Ebrahim Rasool, Rep. Karen Bass (D-CA), ranking minority member of the House Africa subcommittee, Nicole Lee, President of TransAfrica, and Deputy Chief of Mission Johnny Moloto, brief media on plans for Mandela Day in the US.
The Consular section is Relocated Back to Massachusetts Avenue, Embassy Row, as of 24th of March, 2014
30 51 Massachusetts Avenue NW
Washington DC, 20008
There are no job openings at this time.
The White House is currently not accepting tour requests.
We will let you know here if this changes.
Thank you for your understanding.
- Musa Ngqungwana, a native South African Bass-Baritone will perform at the Kennedy Center.
- The 7th Annual South African Bazaar at Silver Spring Civic Building, Maryland. November 8, 2014
- SA launches Siyabonga US Business and Investment Awards
- Join us for the book event: “We Want What’s Ours” by Prof. Bernadette Atuahene at Busboys and Poets.
- STOP Africa Land Grab Concert: Major African artists are traveling from Africa to Washington, DC to perform pro bono in support of raising funds for a public awareness campaign in Africa.
- African youth prone to saving, advancing education: Barclays report
- South Africa to bid farewell to Senzo Meyiwa at Moses Mabhida Stadium
- South Africa records gains in employment
- Wits University receives R100-million from anonymous donor
- Motsepe donates US$1-million to the fight against Ebola
- Road Accident Fund pays out a record R22bn
- Brics countries should embrace innovation: Minister Radebe
- South Africa to host 21st International Aids Conference
- Global travellers rate South Africa tops in Conde Nast awards
- Western companies look to Africa for investments