Diplomatic Immunities and Privileges (DIAP)

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Diplomatic Immunities and Privileges Act No 37 (2001)

1. Diplomatic Accreditation Application Forms

2. Diplomatic Vehicle Application Forms

3. Customs Clearance Certificate for Duty Free Imports


4
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Diplomatic Property Audit Form 2017


5.
Locally Recruited Staff Personal Details Form


6. Signature Audit for 2017


7.
Policy on the Management of Diplomatic Immunities and Privileges 2011



8.
Diplomatic Immunities and Privileges (DIAP) Service Delivery Charter



9. Temporary Residence Visa Circular Note 09 of 2014 -Commencement of Immigration Amendment Act, 2007 (Act 3 of 2007)


10. Diplomatic Vehicles Audit Form 2016


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Mission Contact Detail Audit


For more information please call the Directorate: Diplomatic Immunities and Privileges on the following telephone numbers:


Mr A J Laubscher
Director: Diplomatic Immunities and Privileges
Tel: + 27 (0)12 351 0605
E-mail: laubschera@dirco.gov.za


Vacant
Deputy Director: Diplomatic Security, Immunity Disputes, Visa’s and Reception


Mr Jeffrey Mufhadi
Acting Deputy Director: Accreditation: Foreign Representatives
Tel : + 27 (0)12 351 0437
E-mail: mufhadit@dirco.gov.za


Ms Nicolette Robinson
Deputy Director: Diplomatic Privileges
Tel: + 27 (0)12 351 0766
E-mail: robinsonn@dirco.gov.za


Mr Kevin Oosthuizen
Deputy Director: Heads of Mission Appointments & SA Diplomatic Passport
Tel: + 27 (0)12 301 8767
Email: oosthuizenk@dirco.gov.za

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MEANS OF COMMUNICATION

NOTES VERBALES: The official written form of communication with the Protocol Directorate, is a Note Verbale in duplicate. These should not be sent direct from a Consulate-General/Consulate but via the Embassy/High Commission of the country concerned.

It is essential that separate topics be dealt with in separate Notes Verbales as different sections/desks deal with different subjects. The DIRCO List clearly indicates the desk division.




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