South Africa High Commission in Nigeria was established to foster and nurture bilateral relations with Nigeria. Since the establishment of the formal relationship in 1994, South Africa and Nigeria have both established diplomatic missions in their respective country’s capital. South Africa’s consulate general’s office in Nigeria is located in Lagos while Nigeria also have two diplomatic missions in South Africa. Nigeria’s High Commission is in Pretoria while its Consulate General is situated in Johannesburg. Both countries have enjoyed a mutually beneficial relationship in terms of trade and development. They are both members of the Commonwealth of Nations and they also share similar visions for a peaceful and prosperous African continent.
Since democratic freedom was restored, South Africa has sought to re-connect with the world and now have more than 200 diplomatic missions across the world.
Contact Details For South Africa High Commission in Nigeria
The High Commission is situated in Abuja and the High Commissioner is His Excellency, Ambassador Thami Mseleku.
Bear in mind that the High Commission may be closed on South African public holidays and Nigerian public holidays. It is advisable that you reach out to the Commission before visiting. Find the contact details of the mission below;
|No. D41004 European Union Crescent, Diplomatic Zone, Central Business District, Abuja
|After-hours duty official
|(+234) 09 462 4200
|Office Hours (Monday – Thursday)
|08h00 to 17h00
|Office Hours (Friday)
|08h00 to 14h30
|Consular and Immigration Office Hours
(Monday – Wednesday)
|11h00 to 12h00