During German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier's state visit to South Africa, KfW Development Bank and the City of Cape Town today signed a loan agreement totalling 80 million Euro (approx. ZAR 1.3 billion).
Germany enjoys a close political partnership with it's most important partner in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Germany is a partner in innovation to South Africa, developing research capacity and facilities jointly through exchange programs, research initiatives, academic conferences and high-level delegate visits.
Higher Education plays a key role in German foreign policy, as it is still the basic resource for global development and wealth creation. Read more about how studying in Germany can boost your career and funding programmes.
Germany is one of the world’s most popular study destinations. There is abundance of scholarships and funding schemes available – also at the individual universities.
Here we've listed some useful links for business with Germany.
Germany is one of South Africa's most important trading partners. As a trading partner, in 2017, Germany ranked second, behind China and ahead of the USA.
The cultural ties between Germany and South Africa are diverse and lively. The cultural department of the German Embassy in Pretoria works closely with a variety of partner institutions.
The top 10 reasons to invest in Germany.