Tanzania (The United Republic of)
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South Africa established formal diplomatic relations
with the United Republic of Tanzania in 1994. Upon South Africa's return to the
Commonwealth, relations have been conducted at the level of High Commission.
South African Representation in the
United Republic of Tanzania
H E Mr T D Mseleku
Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary
African High Commission
Tanzanian Representation in South
H E Mr S M S Ambokile
Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary
requirements for South Africans
For more information contact the Tanzanian High Commission in Pretoria.
most common diseases are malaria, yellow fever, cholera, hepatitis B.
Africans are required to present an International Vaccination Certificate
upon entry which contains a valid vaccination period for yellow fever.
Preventative measures against malaria, includes the taking of prophylaxes
and spraying. Visitors should start taking the prophylaxes two days
prior to arrival, and continue taking them until four weeks after departing from
the area. Inoculation against cholera is advised.
For further information
go to Travelers' Health.
range between 22 degrees C and 28 degrees C, but may be cooler in the northern
areas (Arusha) in the evenings. Generally, it is hot and humid. The "long
rains" usually last from April to May.
For up-to-date weather information
unit is the Tanzanian shilling which is divided into 100 cents. Major foreign
currencies such as the US Dollar are also acceptable and exchangeable at most
main branches of banks and private exchange bureaux. It is difficult to exchange
South African Rand and to obtain cash on credit card.
For current exchange
rates click here.
and Official Visits / Bilateral Meetings
If you have any queries with regard to treaties please contact the Treaty Section at 012 351 0892/0742 or send an e-mail to: email@example.com
South African exports include machinery and mechanical appliances,
paper and rubber products, vehicles, iron and steel.
For current information
on trade statistics between South Africa and Tanzania, visit the web site of the
Department of Trade
and Industry of South Africa.
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