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SA Embassy public holidays 2022

Mon 03 Jan - Substitution for New Year’s Day

Wed 16 Feb - Makha Bucha Day

Mon 21 Mar - Human Rights Day

Thu 14 Apr – Songkran Festival

Fri 15 Apr – Good Friday

Wed 27 Apr – Freedom Day

Mon 02 May – Substitution for Workers Day

Mon 16 May – Substitution for Wisakha Bucha Day

Thu 28 Jul - King Maha Vajiralongkorn’s Birthday

Fri 23 Sep - Substitution for Heritage Day

Mon 24 Oct - Substitution for Chulalongkorn Day

Mon 05 Dec - King Bhumibol Adulyadej the Great Birthday/National Day/Father’s Day

Fri 16 Dec - Day of Reconciliation

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13/05/2022

SA Embassy public holiday for May 2022

Please be informed that the Embassy will be closed on Monday 16th May 2022 (substitution for Wisaka Bucha Day). The Embassy will resume our operation on Wednesday 18th May 2022. For any emergency case, please contact us at 081-934-8862 or email to [email protected] for general enquiry and email to [email protected] for visa & passport matter.

Thank you

SA Embassy

Africa Month 2022:The month of May is recognised as Africa month – a time when the continent of Africa commemorates the ...
10/05/2022

Africa Month 2022:
The month of May is recognised as Africa month – a time when the continent of Africa commemorates the founding of the Organisation of African Unity (OAU), established in 1963.

The African continent became a pioneer in being the first continent to focus on continental unity and to encourage nation building through unity and freedom from oppression. It is in celebration of this milestone of the OAU and its successor, the African Union, that Government will host a series of events to celebrate Africa Day on 25th May and throughout May for Africa Month.

📢 Entry Measures into Thailand by Air travel✈️📌 **Registration on Thailand Pass starts on 29 April 2022 (00.01 hrs Thail...
26/04/2022

📢 Entry Measures into Thailand by Air travel✈️
📌 **Registration on Thailand Pass starts on 29 April 2022 (00.01 hrs Thailand Time)
From 1 May 2022, travelers entering Thailand by air will be subject to new entry measures, as follows;
🔴 1. Fully Vaccinated Persons must :
- Register on Thailand Pass
- Attach required documents including passport, certificate of vaccination
- Attach proof of insurance with at least 10,000 USD coverage for medical treatments in Thailand (for non-Thais only)
(COVID-19 test, both prior to and after arriving in Thailand, is no longer required)
🔴 2. Unvaccinated Persons
🔸 (Option 1 - Exemption from quarantine) Travelers with a negative RT-PCR test result issued within 72 hours before traveling must :
- Register on Thailand Pass
- Attach required documents including passport, and COVID-19 RT-PCR test result issued within 72 hours before traveling (must attach on Thailand Pass only)
- Attach proof of insurance with at least 10,000 USD coverage for medical treatments in Thailand (for non-Thais only)
(Any COVID-19 test after arriving in Thailand is not required)
PLEASE NOTE Travelers who have been approved to enter Thailand under AQ scheme but wish to enter Thailand under exemption from quarantine must re-apply on Thailand Pass.
🔸(Option 2 - Quarantine) Travelers who cannot undergo an RT-PCR test result within 72 hours before traveling or wish to be quarantined must :
- Register on Thailand Pass
- Attach required documents including passport, Alternative Quarantine (AQ) hotel confirmation for 5 days (including 1 RT-PCR test)
- Attach proof of insurance with at least 10,000 USD coverage for medical treatments in Thailand (for non-Thais only)
- undergo an RT-PCR test on Day 4 - 5 in Thailand during the mandatory 5-day quarantine at AQ hotel
PLEASE NOTE Travelers whose Thailand Pass have already been issued can travel with the issued QR Code and do not need to register for new Thailand Pass.

Update Thailand's entry measures by air travel (Effective on May 1, 2022 onwards)
26/04/2022

Update Thailand's entry measures by air travel
(Effective on May 1, 2022 onwards)

South Africa remains on Alert Level 1: with the continued decline in infections, the following measures will be in place...
28/03/2022

South Africa remains on Alert Level 1: with the continued decline in infections, the following measures will be in place from Wednesday 23, March 2022.

Such is the appetite of global investors for our economy that this year saw pledges from traditional trading partners in...
28/03/2022

Such is the appetite of global investors for our economy that this year saw pledges from traditional trading partners in the European Union, United States, China and the United Kingdom, but also from Canada, Mauritius, Norway, Turkey and Pakistan. We also had funding pledges from the United Arab Emirates, where we are currently participating in Dubai Expo 2020.
~ From the Desk of the President 28 March 2022.

South African Tourism Global Brand Campaign Launch Release:  South Africa is decidedly spearheading the global shift tow...
07/03/2022

South African Tourism Global Brand Campaign Launch Release: South Africa is decidedly spearheading the global shift towards a post-lockdown global travel and tourism era. SA Tourism has unveiled our Global Brand Campaign.

Entry scheme into Thailand through: Test and Go (effective from March 1, 2022)
28/02/2022

Entry scheme into Thailand through: Test and Go (effective from March 1, 2022)

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS – INTERNATIONAL TRAVELhttps://sacoronavirus.co.za/2022/01/31/frequently-asked-questions-inter...
17/02/2022
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS – INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS – INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL

https://sacoronavirus.co.za/2022/01/31/frequently-asked-questions-international-travel/

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS – INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL Travellers arriving into the country are required to produce a negative Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test result taken not more than 72 hours before the date of travel and a completed Traveller Health Questionnaire (THQ). The 72 hours is counted...

South Africa: Adjusted alert level 1 COVID-19 regulations
08/02/2022

South Africa: Adjusted alert level 1 COVID-19 regulations

Test and Go for Non-Thai Nationals (Registration starts from 1 Feb 2022)Source: Department of Consular Affairs, Ministry...
27/01/2022

Test and Go for Non-Thai Nationals (Registration starts from 1 Feb 2022)

Source: Department of Consular Affairs, Ministry of Foreing Affairs of Thailand

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has announced that visitors leaving from African countries can register for the Thailand...
14/01/2022

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has announced that visitors leaving from African countries can register for the Thailand Pass to enter Thailand under the Sandbox scheme from 11 January 2022.

The lifting of travel restrictions on arrivals from African countriesFrom 11 January, 2022, the Centre for COVID-19 Situ...
08/01/2022
Thailand reopens 3 more Sandbox destinations from 11 January 2022 - TAT Newsroom

The lifting of travel restrictions on arrivals from African countries

From 11 January, 2022, the Centre for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) approved the lifting of travel restrictions on arrivals from African countries. All travellers from Africa will be allowed to apply for the Thailand Pass under either the Sandbox programme or the Alternative Quarantine system (ASQ).

For more information, please visit https://www.tatnews.org/2022/01/thailand-reopens-3-more-sandbox-destinations-from-11-january-2022/

Thailand’s Centre for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) today approved a new round of relaxed entry measures for international arrivals to Thailand, reopening 3 more Sandbox destinations – Krabi, Phang-Nga, and Surat Thani (only Ko Samui, Ko Pha-ngan, and Ko Tao) from 11 January, 2022 –...

27/12/2021

The South African Embassy in Thailand joins the President and all South Africans in expressing our sadness at the news of the passing of Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu. Our condolences to his family.

South African Embassy in Bangkok
Thailand

22/12/2021

The Embassy's closure on Christmas and New Year

The South African Embassy will be closed from Friday, 24 December 2021 @12h00 until Monday, 3 January 2022. The Embassy will re-open on Tuesday, 4 January 2022. In case of EMERGENCY, please contact 081 934 8862.

Please note that the South African Embassy is currently not receiving walk-in customers as we are limiting in-person services. In order to make an appointment for visa application and consular services, you need to forward your request to: [email protected]

If you wish to make any appointment with visa section and consular section for Tuesday, 4 January 2022, kindly send your quires to us (email: [email protected]) prior 24 December 2021.

SA Embassy, Bangkok

Joint Statement by SA Tourism and TBCSA Re: New COVID variant
07/12/2021

Joint Statement by SA Tourism and TBCSA Re: New COVID variant

28/11/2021

Media Statement

27 November 2021


South Africa’s response to travel restrictions imposed by several countries

The South African government has noted the announcements by several countries to institute temporary travel restrictions on South Africa and other countries in our region.

This follows the detection of the new Omicron variant.

South Africa aligns itself with the World Health Organisation’s position on the latest travel bans.
The World Health Organisation has pleaded with world leaders not to engage in knee-jerk reactions and has cautioned against the imposition of travel restrictions.

Dr. Michael Ryan (WHO Head of Emergencies) has stressed the importance of waiting to see what the data will show.
“We’ve seen in the past, the minute there’s any kind of mention of any kind of variation and everyone is closing borders and restricting travel. It’s really important that we remain open, and stay focused,” Ryan said.

We also note that new variants have been detected in other countries. Each of those cases have had no recent links with Southern Africa. It’s worth noting that the reaction to those countries is starkly different to cases in Southern Africa.

This latest round of travel bans is akin to punishing South Africa for its advanced genomic sequencing and the ability to detect new variants quicker. Excellent science should be applauded and not punished. The global community needs collaboration and partnerships in the management of the COVID-19 pandemic.

A combination of South Africa’s capacity to test and it’s ramped-up vaccination programme, backed up by world class scientific community, should give our global partners the comfort that we are doing as well as they are in managing the pandemic. South Africa follows and enforces globally recognized COVID-19 health protocols on travel. No infected individuals are permitted to leave the country.

Minister Naledi Pandor said: "Whilst we respect the right of all countries to take the necessary precautionary measures to protect their citizens, we need to remember that this pandemic requires collaboration and sharing of expertise. Our immediate concern is the damage that these restrictions are causing to families, the travel and tourism industries and business”.

South Africa has already started engaging countries that have imposed travel bans with the view to persuade them to reconsider.

For more information: Mr. Clayson Monyela (Head of Public Diplomacy), 0828845974.

ISSUED BY THE MINISTRY OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS AND COOPERATION
OR Tambo Building
460 Soutpansberg Road
Rietondale
Pretoria
0084

Invitation to South Africa's Trade and Investment Virtual Sessions: Services and Innovation
23/11/2021

Invitation to South Africa's Trade and Investment Virtual Sessions: Services and Innovation

The New Entry Process into the Kingdom of Thailand:
02/11/2021

The New Entry Process into the Kingdom of Thailand:

08/10/2021

Revision of quarantine period for all travellers to the Kingdom of Thailand

On October 1, 2021 the Centre for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) revised the quarantine period for all travellers who wishes to enter the Kingdom of Thailand and the Phuket Sandbox Scheme as follows:

1. Reduced Quarantine Period
1.1 No less than 7 days: Travellers vaccinated with the list of vaccines approved by the Ministry of Public Health of Thailand as follows:
(as of 22 September 2021)
• CoronaVac (Sinovac Biotech ltd.)
• AstraZeneca or Covishield (AstraZeneca & University of Oxford / SK Bioscience (Korea) / Siam BioScience / Serum Institute of India (SII))
• Pfizer — BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine or Comimaty (Pfizer Inc., & BioNTech)
• Janssen or Janssen/Ad26.COV2.S (Johnson & Johnson Services, Inc.)
• Moderna (Moderna Inc.)
• Sinopharm vaccine or COVILO (Sinopharm Co., Ltd.)
• Sputnik V (Gamaleya Research Institute of Epidemiology and Microbiology)
1 .2 Travellers must be fully vaccinated for more than 14 days prior to traveling date. Additionally, travellers must present the vaccine certificate (either the original or a printed copy) at the port of arrival. The quarantine period will be determined by the Health Control officers upon arriving in the Kingdom of Thailand.
1.3 No less than 10 days: Travellers without vaccine certificate (or did not receive a full dose of vaccination). The quarantine period will be determined by the Health Control officers upon arriving in the Kingdom of Thailand.
1.4 Travellers under the age of 18 who do not fulfill the vaccination requirements are eligible to undergo the same quarantine period as their guardians should the guardians fulfill all vaccination requirements.

2. Phuket Sandbox and Samui Plus Scheme
As of 1 October 2021, travellers from all countries and territories are now eligible to enter the Kingdom of Thailand via the Phuket Sandbox and Samui Plus Scheme as long as they have all the required documents and satisfy all criteria of the sandbox programme.

3. Other Required Documents
For entry into the Kingdom of Thailand, the Fit to Fly/Fit to Travel health certificate is no longer required. However, all other relevant documents are still required including, but not limited to, Certificate of Entry (COE), and a medical certificate with RT-PCR laboratory result with the validity of 72 hours prior to departure indicating that COVID-19 is not detected (COVID_Free).

SA Embassy, Bangkok

Dear South African NationalsPlease kindly check below links for the "Online Voter Registration Service" for the Municipa...
04/10/2021
Online voter information - VoterPortal

Dear South African Nationals

Please kindly check below links for the "Online Voter Registration Service" for the Municipal Election 2021.

South African Government
Register to vote: https://www.gov.za/services/voting/register-vote

IEC's website
How do I register: https://www.elections.org.za/pw/Voter/How-Do-I-Register

IEC's website
Voter portal: https://registertovote.elections.org.za/Welcome

Kind regards

SA Embassy, Bangkok

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South Africa: Adjusted alert level 1 COVID-19 regulations
Test and Go for Non-Thai Nationals (Registration starts from 1 Feb 2022) Source: Department of Consular Affairs, Ministry of Foreing Affairs of Thailand
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has announced that visitors leaving from African countries can register for the Thailand Pass to enter Thailand under the Sandbox scheme from 11 January 2022.
The lifting of travel restrictions on arrivals from African countries From 11 January, 2022, the Centre for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) approved the lifting of travel restrictions on arrivals from African countries. All travellers from Africa will be allowed to apply for the Thailand Pass under either the Sandbox programme or the Alternative Quarantine system (ASQ). For more information, please visit https://www.tatnews.org/2022/01/thailand-reopens-3-more-sandbox-destinations-from-11-january-2022/
South African President Ramaphosa pays tribute to Desmond Tutu in address to the nation https://youtu.be/GNccKNexneo
The South African Embassy in Thailand joins the President and all South Africans in expressing our sadness at the news of the passing of Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu. Our condolences to his family. South African Embassy in Bangkok Thailand
President Cyril Ramaphosa on passing of Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Mpilo Tutu President Cyril Ramaphosa expresses, on behalf of all South Africans, his profound sadness at the passing today, Sunday 26 December 2021, of Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Mpilo Tutu, the last surviving South African laureate of the Nobel Peace Prize. Source: https://www.gov.za/speeches/president-cyril-ramaphosa-passing-archbishop-emeritus-desmond-mpilo-tutu-26-dec-2021-0000
The Embassy's closure on Christmas and New Year The South African Embassy will be closed from Friday, 24 December 2021 @12h00 until Monday, 3 January 2022. The Embassy will re-open on Tuesday, 4 January 2022. In case of EMERGENCY, please contact 081 934 8862. Please note that the South African Embassy is currently not receiving walk-in customers as we are limiting in-person services. In order to make an appointment for visa application and consular services, you need to forward your request to: [email protected] If you wish to make any appointment with visa section and consular section for Tuesday, 4 January 2022, kindly send your quires to us (email: [email protected]) prior 24 December 2021. SA Embassy, Bangkok
Please note that the Embassy email address will change with effect from 1 January 2022. The [email protected] will change to the following email address: [email protected] The [email protected] will change to the following email address: [email protected] South African Embassy, Bangkok 15 December 2021
Joint Statement by SA Tourism and TBCSA Re: New COVID variant
Revision of quarantine period for all travellers to the Kingdom of Thailand On October 1, 2021 the Centre for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) revised the quarantine period for all travellers who wishes to enter the Kingdom of Thailand and the Phuket Sandbox Scheme as follows: 1. Reduced Quarantine Period 1.1 No less than 7 days: Travellers vaccinated with the list of vaccines approved by the Ministry of Public Health of Thailand as follows: (as of 22 September 2021) • CoronaVac (Sinovac Biotech ltd.) • AstraZeneca or Covishield (AstraZeneca & University of Oxford / SK Bioscience (Korea) / Siam BioScience / Serum Institute of India (SII)) • Pfizer — BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine or Comimaty (Pfizer Inc., & BioNTech) • Janssen or Janssen/Ad26.COV2.S (Johnson & Johnson Services, Inc.) • Moderna (Moderna Inc.) • Sinopharm vaccine or COVILO (Sinopharm Co., Ltd.) • Sputnik V (Gamaleya Research Institute of Epidemiology and Microbiology) 1 .2 Travellers must be fully vaccinated for more than 14 days prior to traveling date. Additionally, travellers must present the vaccine certificate (either the original or a printed copy) at the port of arrival. The quarantine period will be determined by the Health Control officers upon arriving in the Kingdom of Thailand. 1.3 No less than 10 days: Travellers without vaccine certificate (or did not receive a full dose of vaccination). The quarantine period will be determined by the Health Control officers upon arriving in the Kingdom of Thailand. 1.4 Travellers under the age of 18 who do not fulfill the vaccination requirements are eligible to undergo the same quarantine period as their guardians should the guardians fulfill all vaccination requirements. 2. Phuket Sandbox and Samui Plus Scheme As of 1 October 2021, travellers from all countries and territories are now eligible to enter the Kingdom of Thailand via the Phuket Sandbox and Samui Plus Scheme as long as they have all the required documents and satisfy all criteria of the sandbox programme. 3. Other Required Documents For entry into the Kingdom of Thailand, the Fit to Fly/Fit to Travel health certificate is no longer required. However, all other relevant documents are still required including, but not limited to, Certificate of Entry (COE), and a medical certificate with RT-PCR laboratory result with the validity of 72 hours prior to departure indicating that COVID-19 is not detected (COVID_Free). SA Embassy, Bangkok