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The Consular section is Relocated Back to Massachusetts Avenue, Embassy Row, as of 24th of March, 2014
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- Statement by President Jacob Zuma to the National Assembly on the violence in Kwazulu-Natal directed at foreign nationals. 16 April, 2015
- Media Invitation to a Press Conference with Minister of Trade and Industry, Dr. Rob Davies on AGOA, Wednesday, 15 April 2015 at the South African Embassy.
- Media Statement: South African Minister of Trade and Industry Dr Rob Davies will lead a delegation of senior government officials business and labour representatives to Washington.
- South African Airways (SAA),hosted a welcome reception for the new South African Ambassador to the United States, His Excellency Mninwa Mahlangu. 30 March, 2015
- Request for quotations for catering services during the South African Embassy Freedom Day Function on 30 April 2015, Washington DC”
- South Africa set to become global leader of green energy
- Thousands march for peace in Durban
- Zuma condemns xenophobic attacks
- Take a five-minute holiday to South Africa
- South Africa and US collaborate on medical research
- Green Scorpions target wildlife crime at OR Tambo
- Zuma: new university shows SA's commitment to education
- Ruth Mompati statue 'pays tribute to the past'
- Four South Africans nominated for Innovation Prize
- Agoa benefits both South Africa and US: Davies