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AddressSouth Africa Street
Sub city Nifasilk Lafto
Kebele 03
Addis Abeba (Addis Ababa)
Ethiopia
Phonelocal: (011) 371.1002
international: +251.11.371.1002
Faxlocal: (011) 371.3035
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Sun, 24 May 2015 05:51 EDT
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Alex from South Africa
Sun, 19 Apr 2015 06:35 EDT
Xenophobia
South Africans must be taught to ventilate their rage and frustration by speaking to their representative leaders who make policies and work on their behalf instead of attacking, maiming, killing, burning alive and looting and destroying properties of foreigner. This acts of violence, xenophobia, Afrophobia and national chauvinism are very destructive and unacceptable methods. Their culture which is rooted in resistance to apartheid days must also change because foreigners are not rulers of their country, but they are helpless refugees and migrants who want to contribute to their socioeconomic development in one way or the other. Xenophobia is hatched and nurtured by some leaders and high profile groups such as Zulu King, Zuma's son, and other ANC officials, police and others who condone it. It did not just erupt like a volcano. So AU and all countries must voice their grievances to the attacks and killing defenceless foreigners. If Zuma and his company does not contain this violence, Africa must speak out in tandem against it. This is more more than zenophobia. It is a terrorism carried out by ISIS or Boko Harm or Alshabab. So pleas help us!
ddr
Sat, 18 Apr 2015 04:56 EDT
xenophobia
Xenophobia spreads out from south Africa durban to Johannesburg now enter South African Embassy security guards outsourcing in Ethiopia. Oh God bless southAfricans
koob
Sat, 18 Apr 2015 04:11 EDT
outsourcing security guards and xenophobia are the same
Presdant mendela was skilled in Ethiopia .we were support South Africans brothers and sisters to be free from aPpertide .
but now we are seen Xenophobia in south Africa and outsourcing south Africa security guards .Please stop outsourcing security guards in Ethiopia and xenophobia in South Africa .Thank you
mohamed edris
Mon, 9 Mar 2015 06:46 EDT
help me!
please help me.i am from ethiopia,addis ababa.i need visiting visa for south sudan.
please reply me by email adress mamea34@gmail.com
thank you!
Mimi
Tue, 10 Feb 2015 04:16 EST
Truth or myth?
How is that possible almost every comment posted on the website is similar in nature? Hardly a coincidence in my opinion. If the issues addressed repeatedly have no merit, I suggest the embassy remove the section. If it doesn't matter, let's call a spade spade and get it over with. Let's not add insult to injury.
leonel messi
Fri, 16 Jan 2015 14:29 EST
getting visa
the embassy is not the problem the prob is in our self we have to make them trust as
girma Fisseha girma.f@gmx.de
Thu, 11 Dec 2014 08:42 EST
my reletive
My close relative is ill .I want to send her to Sout
Afrca for treatment she is 45 year old.please write me
how to get a Visa.
with a kindest greetings
Girma fisseha
Abdiqadir
Wed, 29 Oct 2014 14:47 EDT
to get visa
iam Ethiopian.
one of my family needs to go medical purpose to south africa.
so please how can you help me to get the visa.
i would be grateful if you let me know the information i need and the conditions you i have to fullfill.

i will be happy if you send me email to

cabdulqaadir44973@gmail.com or contact me my cellphone 00251939493817
EHH 252*
Thu, 23 Oct 2014 11:28 EDT
The states and affairs of the Blessed and the Betrueoathed.
A death of purpose.

If a gang is that cruel and plotted to kill a law of love and life, rights and freedoms; it deserved to die long before it attained what it was set out to do and constituted meaninglessness; because the death of a law is anarchy and a death of a nation.
E. LESSAROWS.
5820 4308 Gateshade.

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