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Who is the ambassador of Swaziland in South Africa?

Who is the ambassador of Swaziland in South Africa?

Charge d’Affaires: HHL Mahlangu, HE Mr Postal Address: PO Box 2507, Mbabane, SWAZILAND.

Can South Africans visit Swaziland?

Most international travellers pass through South Africa in order to enter Eswatini. All travellers are required to present a valid certificate of a negative COVID-19 test obtained not more than 72 hours (3 days) before the date of travel.

Do I need a visa to go to Swaziland from South Africa?

Visa requirements: No visa required for South Africans with a valid passport for stays of up to 30 days. Passports must be valid for at least 6 months and have at least 2 blank pages. Note you can use rand in Eswatini but not the other way around, so use up your SZL before crossing the border back to South Africa.)

How can I get work permit in Swaziland?

What Are the Requirements to Obtain a Swaziland Work Permit?

  1. A duly completed application form.
  2. An original certificate of police clearance from the applicant’s country of origin.
  3. Two passport photographs.
  4. A medical certificate.
  5. A cover letter from the employer in Swaziland.

What is the zip code for Mbabane?

List of postal codes

Hhohho Region Shiselweni Region
Mbabane H100 S400
Swazi Plaza H101 S401
Sandla H102 S402
Eveni H103 S403

Is Swaziland a South African?

A virtual guide to Swaziland, the small landlocked kingdom in southern Africa is bordered by South Africa and Mozambique. The country covers an area of 17,364 km², it is one of Africa’s smallest countries, slightly larger than half the size of Belgium, or slightly smaller than the U.S. state of New Jersey.

What is the name of the border between South Africa and Swaziland?

The border between Eswatini and South Africa is 430 kilometres (267 mi) long; South Africa surrounds Eswatini to the north, west, south and southeast, with Mozambique bordering it on the northeast….Crossings.

South Africa Road R65
Border post Nerston
Swaziland Road MR19
Border post Sandlane
Opening hours 08:00–18:00

Can I go to Swaziland without a visa?

REQUIREMENTS FOR U.S. CITIZENS TO OBTAIN VISA TO ENTER SWAZILAND. *U.S. citizens do not need a visa for tourist or business travel to this country. A valid U.S. Passport is required.

How do I get a visa for South Africa?

Documents required to apply for a visa

  1. A passport or travel document valid for no less than 30 days after the expiry of your intended visit.
  2. Your passport must have at least TWO unused page for entry / departure endorsements.
  3. A completed Form BI-84 (application for a visa)
  4. Payment of the prescribed fee.

How long can I stay in Eswatini?

Tourist or business travellers are allowed to visit Eswatini for up to 30 days. Following this you can apply for a further 30-day extension at the Ministry of Home Affairs. If staying for longer than 60 days, you will need to apply for a Temporary Residence Permit (TRP).

What is my zip code in Eswatini?

List of postal codes

Hhohho Region Shiselweni Region
Mbabane H100 Nhlangano
Swazi Plaza H101 Hlatikhulu
Sandla H102 Kubuta
Eveni H103 Eluqolweni

Where is the Eswatini embassy in South Africa?

See more at the Eswatini EmbassyPages. The high commission of Eswatini in Pretoria is located at 715 Government Avenue, Cnr Blackwood & Government Streets and can be contacted by telephone on (12) 344 1910 / 17 / 25 as well as by email [email protected]

Is there a Swazi consulate in South Africa?

The Swazi consulate is one of 269 foreign representations in South Africa and one of 38 foreign representations in Johannesburg. See more at the South Africa EmbassyPages. The Swazi consulate in Johannesburg is one of 31 Swazi diplomatic and consular representations abroad. See more at the Eswatini EmbassyPages.

Is there a Swazi High Commission in Pretoria?

The Swazi high commission in Pretoria is one of 31 Swazi diplomatic and consular representations abroad. See more at the Eswatini EmbassyPages.

When was the High Commission of Eswatini established?

The High Commission of the Kingdom of eSwatini to The Republic of South Africa was established in 1994. It is an agent of the Government of the Kingdom in the further promotion of the diplomatic relations, trade, as well as social and cultural relations that exit between the two countries.