Dutch missions in South Africa

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Traveling with children

New regulations 1 June 2015

Starting per June 1st, 2015 South Africa will implement new regulations regarding travelling with children. These rules are strict and also apply to children who do not have the South-African nationality.


Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Pretoria

210 Florence Ribeiro / Queen Wilhelmina Avenue, Cnr Muckleneuk Street
0181 New Muckleneuk
South Africa

+27 (0)12-425 4500

18 June 2015 The Netherlands has left behind many footsteps and fingerprints, in in various countries. We feel this ‘shared heritage’ is an important element in bilateral relations. In recent years the Netherlands has been working hard to encourage partnerships between Dutch and foreign institutions and experts in 10 countries worldwide, including South Africa, exchanging knowledge, supporting foreign initiatives and broadening the circle of parties who are interested in this shared heritage. Examples of activities are making the archives of the Dutch East and West India Companies available, recommissioning historic buildings, creating attention for intangible heritage and providing training in underwater archaeology.

01 June 2015 We are very pleased to have received many wonderful project proposals for the Open Call for the #cocreateSA Fund 2015 and we would like to thank you for your submissions. A local advisory board will now revise all proposals and announce the recipients of the Fund on 25 June during an Award Ceremony in Cape Town.