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South Africa maintains full diplomatic relations with the
Republic of Bolivia.
South African Representation in Bolivia
South Africa is not
residentially represented in Bolivia. Please contact the SA
Embassy in Lima, Peru.
H E Dr C J Streeter
Non-resident, accredited from Lima, Peru.
Mondays - Friday: 08:00 - 12:30 13:00 - 17:00
Friday 09:00 - 14:00
DIFFERENCE WITH SA:
Bolivia Representation in South Africa
Honorary Consul - Ms S M Caputi
Honorary Consulate of Bolivia
Visa Requirements for South Africans
For more information
contact the Directorate: Mexico, Central America and the Andean Community desk
of the Department of Foreign Affairs.
Advisory: Warning on illegal activities abroad
citizens travelling abroad are strongly advised to take care not to become involved
in activities which may be, or are, illegal in foreign countries. Please remember,
once you leave South Africa, South African laws and constitutional rights do not
protect you. If you are arrested abroad, the South African Government cannot get
you out of prison or demand your release. At most, your government can intercede
with local authorities to try and ensure that your rights under the laws of the
country in which you were arrested are fully observed. It can also attempt to
ensure that you are treated humanely, i.e., according to those international agreements
to which the country in which you have been arrested, has acceded.
note that the South African Government views crimes - particularly those involving
illegal drugs, mercenary activities, the traffic in humans or small arms or the
abuse of women and children - in a most serious light.
for Bolivian citizens visiting South Africa
For more information
contact the Embassy of South Africa in Lima
For up-to-date information go to Travelers' Health.
weather information click here
unit is the Bolivianos (BOB).
For current exchange rates click here.
State and Official Visits / Bilateral
If you have any queries with regard to treaties please contact
the Treaty Section at 012 351 0872/0851/0837
For current information on trade statistics between South
Africa and Bolivia, visit the web site of the Department
of Trade and Industry of South Africa
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