South East Asia Disaster

The Department of Foreign Affairs, together with the Heads of our Diplomatic missions in South East Asia continue to work together to support families and citizens that are still in the region.

The Department is in contact with and continues to render support to those families who have confirmed loved ones that are missing.

Update (Updated at 09H30 on Monday, 24 January 2005)

1. Number of South African citizens confirmed dead: 11

2. Number of South African citizens missing: 4

3. Number of South African citizens unaccounted for: 3

4. Contact details of Department of Foreign Affairs :

Enquiries regarding family or friends victim to the Tsunami, please contact Mrs K van
der Vyver at +2712 351 1294
e-mail : consular@foreign.gov.za

The South African Embassy in Bangkok can be contacted at:
Tel (office): 0966-02-253 8473/4/5/6
Fax : 0966-02-253 8477

Consular Duty Officer
Cell: 09-661-934-8862

5. For more information on missing persons the following web sites can be visited:

www.kbo.moph.go.th

www.csiphuket.com

www.disaster.go.th

www.phuketitcity.com

www.phukethospital.com

www.antalys.net/missing

www.thaitsunami.com

www.vachiraphuket.go.th

Contact details for hospitals:

Vachira Phuket (076) 21 72 93-8

Pathong (076) 24 26 33-4

Bangkok Phuket (076) 25 44 21-9

Phuket International/Siriroj (076) 24 94 00

Mission Phuket (076) 23 72 20

Phuket Ruempate (076) 21 29 50

Talang (076) 31 10 33-4

Phanga (076) 41 20 34

Takuapa (076) 42 17 80

Mission (Ratchapat) (076) 23 72 20-9

Krabi Phi Phi (076) 63 17 69/61 12 26

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