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H.E Ambassador Queen Anne Zondo and staff welcome you to the official website of the South African Embassy to the Kingdom of Norway and the Republic of Iceland. 

The website provides a window into South Africa and the South African Embassy’s activities in Norway. You will also find important links to other websites providing specific information on trade, investment opportunities, tourism and to our government in general.

Whether your curiosity about South Africa is based on your plans as a tourist, an investor, an international student, or you are just someone who is curious about our beautiful rainbow nation, you are sure to find what you need by navigating this site, contacting the Embassy by phone or email, or stopping by our offices. Thank you.
Head of Mission: H.E Ambassador Queen Anne Zondo
Arts and Culture: http://www.dac.gov.za/
Trade and Industry: http://www.thedti.gov.za/
Latest events:
Ambassador Zondo is ready for speed meetings at the NABA Summit on 29 October 2015.
38 speakers and around 400 African and Nordic leaders, including more than 20 ambassadors from Africa, Norway, Sweden, Finland and Denmark discussed how Nordic capabilities can be linked with African opportunities at the Nordic-African Business Summit in Oslo.
Heritage Celebrations 2015 at the Oslo Mission.
Happy Heritage Day with stunning performances by gospel artist; Audrey Mbuyazi, Toneheim orchestra and Inkululeko choir.
Women’s Day  2015
(photo courtesy of Rune Stenseth)
Women’s Day  2015: On 21 August, the Oslo Mission-in collaboration with the creative meeting point; Oslo Trend, Celebrated Women’s Day in a grand manner. Close to 300 attendees witnessed a panel discussion focusing on women’s rights, a fashion show displaying beautiful SA jewellery from The Legacy Collection and AoE sustainable clothing brand, as well as an installation piece of a life size representation of Nelson Mandela’s cell on Robben Island made from the original prison fencing. The guests also enjoyed a feast for the taste buds, in terms of South African wine tasting alongside delicious finger food. Various stands graced the Mission premises, displaying SA beadworks
and artefacts (Zulufadder), SA travel material and Panthera Africa, which is a non-profit sanctuary where rescued big cats are protected.
Mandela Day 2015
Mandela Day 2015: The Oslo Mission, with Ambassador Zondo at the forefront, worked alongside the regular employees at the Lighthouse on Friday 17 July; preparing and serving of food as well as assisting with the cleaning, gardening, general maintenance and conversing with the users of the facility.  

The Lighthouse is a safe haven and sanctuary for the city’s homeless and drug addicts where a roof over the head, food, clothes and compassion are being provided by an idealistic staff on a daily basis. 
Notice to the public:  The implementation of immigration amendment Acts, 2007 & 11 commences with immediate effect. Read more
Immigration Directive No. 11 of 2014: Children traveling without unabridged Birth Certificate. The Department of Home Affairs has provided a grace period to allow children to travel without unabridged birth certificates until 30 September 2014.
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