DIRCO Contact Details, Email Address – South Africa

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Department of International Relations and Cooperation (DIRCO) Contacts details in South Africa

POSTAL ADDRESS
Department of International Relations and Cooperation
Private Bag X152
Pretoria
0001
Republic of South Africa
PRETORIA ADDRESS
O R Tambo Building
460 Soutpansberg Road
Rietondale
Pretoria
0084
Tel: + 27 12 351 1000
Fax: + 27 12 329 1000

Chief Directorate: Consular Services
Legalisation Section
NE2A-Ground Floor
460 Soutpansberg Road
Rietondale
Pretoria
0084

Office of the Chief Director Consular Services:

Fax: + 27 (0)12 329 1752
E-mail: consular@dirco.gov.za

Legalisation Section:

Fax: + 27 (0)12 329 1018
E-mail: legalisation@dirco.gov.za

CAPE TOWN ADDRESS
(Please note that Legalisation Services are only rendered at the offices in Pretoria)

120 Plein Street
Parliamentary Precinct
Cape Town
Tel: + 27 21 464 3700
Fax: + 27 21 465 6548

Overview

The mission of the Department of International Relations and Cooperation (DIRCO) is to promote South Africa’s national interests and values, the African Renaissance and the creation of a better world for all.

The Department’s strategic objectives are to: protect and promote South African national interests and values through bilateral and multilateral interactions; conduct and coordinate South Africa’s international relations and promote its foreign policy objectives; monitor international developments and advise government on foreign policy and related domestic matters; protect South Africa’s sovereignty and territorial integrity; contribute to the formulation of international law and enhance respect for the provisions thereof; promote multilateralism to secure a rules-based international system; maintain a modern, effective and excellence-driven department; provide consular services to South African nationals abroad; and provide a world-class and uniquely South African State Protocol service.

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