Dear fellow citizens, dear friends, On 3 October, we celebrate the Day of German Unity. Our national day honours the German reunification in 1990. After decades of division and at the end of the cold…
German Agriculture Minister Julia Klöckner has recently presented a publication on the German Ministry of Food and Agriculture's (BMEL) commitment in Africa. Its title is “Assuring Food Security –…
The German Foreign Office’s Climate Fund supports projects in the areas of climate change mitigation, adaptation and biodiversity.
Germany and the City of Cape Town have signed a financial agreement worth R 100 million grant funding for Covid-19 relief funding.
“A grand and fulfilled life has come to an end. Denis' work and his personality have been an inspiration to so many people, far beyond the borders of South Africa. Alongside Nelson Mandela and his…
The German government has brought home more than 5,600 travellers from South Africa. German repatriation flights operated by South African Airways started on April 3 and ended with a last flight out of Cape Town on April 23.
When Ambassador Martin Schäfer gave a speech at the Annual Conference of the De Klerk Foundation on January 31, to celebrate De Klerk's historic speech in the National Assembly in 1990, he did not anticipate the issues he alluded to becoming relevant again two weeks later, he writes for News24.com.
Chancellor Angela Merkel travelled to South Africa and Angola from February 5 - 7, 2020. Talks focused on cooperation in the fields of technical and vocational education and training (TVET), and on international issues and economic matters.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel announced during her visit to Pretoria that the sponsorship programme for young professionals is now open for 2021 applications.