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South African flag Embassy of South Africa in Bamako

AddressBatiment Diarra
Hamdallaye
ACI-2000
Bamako
Mali
Phonelocal: 2029.2925
international: +223.2029.2925
Faxlocal: 2029.2926
international: +223.2029.2926
Emailbamako@foreign.gov.za

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Dr Muyango Emile Karama
Tue, 25 Jul 2017 08:05 EDT
Follow-up:An international warrant of arrest has been required against Jean Kambanda(Former Premier Minister in Rwanda,before 1994) due to have participated into crimes of war and genocide against the Tutsi and moderate Hutu in 1994
To all/Interpol

The above refers.


Dr ME Karama
Mrs Isabel Mlilo
Mon, 9 Jan 2017 14:54 EST
Study permit
I appreciate your service at the South African email embassy in Zimbabwe. I'm concerned about my son's study permit which has been delayed since October. As a parent I want to know what's going on.Vikelwe Mlilo is being told to keep on checking almost daily at the South African embassy in Harare since October 2016.I know of some students who applied after him and they have already received their permits.That process takes 1o-15 working days but this one is on the 4th month.I need help please!
pratik tumbahangphe
Thu, 28 Apr 2016 08:37 EDT
need toursit visa
I am serving in UN mission in Mali for a yr and I want to visit South Africa during my holiday so what is the procedure to apply for a tourist visa .
Willie Barnard
Mon, 9 Mar 2015 03:43 EDT
P{ension
I have been working in Mali for Layne drilling and is also waiting for my pension payout since 2012 stil no luck and no reply's on emails......DISGUSTING
Mrs Marie De Clercq
Wed, 4 Dec 2013 04:45 EST
Re I.N.P.S mali goverment
My husband Tobie De Clercq work in Mali Morila Gold 7years for Randgold.. were taken out of Mali with the problems - Paid I.N.P.S was supposed to get this money back from Malian Government this is now 2Years later and still no joy ... Did contact (Mail) the embassy of South Africa Twice... Sorry to say no response My husband now is in the DRC still working for Randgold and cannot phone the embassy to help with this matter ...
Please help us getting the money or who to contact.

Thank you

MARIE DE CLERCQ
email address popdeclercq@gmail.com or Tobiede.Clercq@randgold.com
DAMISA LUCKY
Tue, 15 Jan 2013 10:20 EST
I NEED VISA FOR NIGERIA PASSPORT LIVING IN MALI
I NEED ALL INFORMATION ON HOW I GET VISA FOR MY PASSPORT HERE IN MALI CALL YOU PLEASE TELL ME ALL I NEED TO HAVE VISA PLEASE
Sophie
Thu, 28 Jul 2011 10:38 EDT
Customs at Senou Airport Mali
Custom officers as Senou airport in Mali target European tourists as they enter by confiscating their luggage and claiming bribes before releasing it. Even chronic medication shich a legal priscription is provided for, a bribe had to paid to get it back. Consumables that is legally brought into the country are also confiscated by being told a "certification of hygiene" is nessecary. Local civilians with large boxes and suitcases returning from visits to other countries can go freely through customs. Once a tourist's passport had been taken and USD 100 was demanded before returning to him. When he asked questions at customs the culprit was nowhere to be seen. This is a very bad reflection of the integrity and honest custom control system. A list of food an consumables that may be brought into Mali via the airport should be available so it can be presented when luggage is confiscated.

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