||PEOPLE TRAVELLING OR TRANSITING WITH CHILDREN TO THE REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA; please see directive
||The South African High Commission would like to inform the members of the public that the High Commission and the Consular Section at 15 Whitehall will be closed on Wednesday 24 September 2014. The normal business of the Mission will resume on Thursday 25 September 2014.
||The Consular Section at 15 Whitehall will not issue Temporary Adult and Child Passports anymore, but we will still issue Emergency Travel Certificates, where it is a proven Emergency.
The Consular section essentially deals
with two types of clients:
- South African Citizen living in the UK who require services
such as application for passports, registration
of births, copies of marriage, birth and death certificates must use the Passport pages
- Foreign nationals who want to visit South Africa either temporary
or permanently can click on Foreign Citizens
OPENING HOURS ARE:
- The office dealing with South African passport holders will be opened from 08h45 to 12h45 Monday to Friday except on public holidays. Collections will be from 08h45 - 12h45
- The office dealing with Foreign passport holders will be opened from 09h00 to 11h00 Monday to Friday except on public holidays. Collections will be from 11h00 - 12h00
In cases of extreme emergency, applicants
concerned should send their emergency requests to: firstname.lastname@example.org or fax
to: 020 7839 5198. Ensure that you include:
- doctors’ letter
or death certificate - Issued by the Department of Home Affairs,
in cases of deaths in South Africa
- your telephone number
so that you can be contacted immediately.
Please, do not proceed to the office without receiving a confirmation