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  • The official holiday of the Royal Thai Embassy for the year 2018
  • Thailand and South Africa to further ties that benefits it peoples and tackle common concerns
    Thailand and South Africa to further ties that benefits it peoples and tackle common concerns
    In remarks markings the National Day of the Kingdom of Thailand held in Pretoria, South Africa on 5 December 2017, Mr. Paisit Boonparlit, Charge d’Affaire a.i. informed the gathering of over 250 guests who weathered the rain to celebrate our national day that there exist much potential for people-to-people cooperation between Thailand and South Africa. He thanked H.E. Mrs. Susan Shabangu, Minister of Women in the Presidency of the Republic of South Africa for graciously representing her government at the celebration held at the Thai House.
    Dec 07, 2017
  • New Visa Regulations for Holders of African Passports
    New Visa Regulations for Holders of African Passports
    Holders of Nigerian passports residing in Africa are required to submit visa applications in person only at the Royal Thai Embassy in Abuja. Nationals of Cameroon, Republic of the Congo, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ghana, Central African Republic, Equatorial- Guinea, Guinea, Soa Tome & Principe, Liberia, Sierra Leone, Somalia, and Sudan, which have residency in African countries are required to apply in person at the Royal Thai Embassies which are accredited to their countries.
    Sep 11, 2017
  • Thai Festival 2017 in Menlyn Maine Pretoria
  • Immigration Regulation for Minor Travelling to South Africa
    Immigration Regulation for Minor Travelling to South Africa
    Minors are now required to travel with a valid passport and full birth certificate or equivalent document stating both parents’ names. If the child is travelling alone or with only one parent, then the child must also carry an affidavit filled out by the non-traveling parent/s. Herewith a link for the suggested affidavit http://www.dha.gov.za/files/ParentalConsentAffidavit.pdf
    Jul 19, 2017