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South African flag Embassy of South Africa in Beijing

Address5 Dongzhimenwai Dajie
Beijing 100600
China
Phonelocal: (010) 8532.0000
international: +86.10.8532.0000
Faxlocal: (010) 8532.0181
international: +86.10.8532.0181
Emailcorporateservices@saembassy.org.cn
Listing updatedDecember 28, 2017

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Teresa
Thu, 7 Dec 2017 03:50 EST
Incorrect Telephone number on this website
It might help if the person who created this website posted the correct details for the embassy.

Have not checked the mails but the telephone number should be (010) 8 532.0000 not (010) 6 532.0000
Also just phoned now and they picked up within 30 seconds
Geordie
Mon, 12 Sep 2016 02:13 EDT
South African government service as pathetic in China as it is in South Africa!!
I haven't tried to contact the SA embassy in Beijing for about one year. It's something I hate doing because it's a massive headache! They are useless, don't answer phones, emails bounce back and postmaster says "undeliverable". Today, I tried again, flashbacks to last year...nothing has changed! Cannot get through to them, telephone numbers are out of use, emails undeliverable.

I'm South African, sad to say, and on days like this...I remember what made me leave the place. They are lazy, lazy, lazy....that's all! Lazy and inept. It wasn't always like this...just in the last 20 years it started to decline.
Dudu Madonsela
Fri, 9 Sep 2016 01:40 EDT
Shame on you
There are no South African mission representatives in Beijing , people are there for their own mission. We are on our own .
Spider
Wed, 7 Sep 2016 01:33 EDT
Useless
Contact the SA embassy in Beijing is the same as you contact a dead person, what a waste of time, phone never get answered and email send back postmaster. The SA embassy employees are only there for a jolly time and steeling tax payers money. SA Govt. must start think about purchase a few Robots they will do a much better job.
Roger Green
Wed, 18 May 2016 05:15 EDT
South African Embassy, China
What a waste of time. I have sent 3 different emails to Beijing and Shanghai. Postmaster returned emails saying email address does not exist.
Wendy
Mon, 9 May 2016 23:46 EDT
More contact info for South African Embassy in Beijing
Name in Chinese:
南非大使馆
Address:
5 Dongzhimen Waidajie, Sanlitun
Address in Chinese:
三里屯东直门外大街5号

I have the correct email addresses but they do not reply....


Nearest subway stop is Agricultural Exibition Centre, exit the subway station and turn right. The Agricultural Exibition Centre will be on your left. Cross the road at the intersection and walk down Dongzimen (about 200m) South African Embassy is on your right.
Wendy
Mon, 9 May 2016 23:17 EDT
Contact number for South African Embassy Beijing
+861085320041/0/2/0
Ian neil Everson
Thu, 7 Jan 2016 20:52 EST
Hopeless telephone and email contacts
I wish to endorse what the other comments say about the inaccessibilty of our embassy in Beijing. The telephone numbers are eithe ever answered or they are obsolete. As for the email addresses, it seem they do not exist at all. Very disappointed.
Wayne
Thu, 31 Dec 2015 03:04 EST
Working emails in China?
It seems we need to contact South Africa to get working email information for China. No help for South Africans in China it seems!!!!!
Ras
Mon, 24 Aug 2015 13:16 EDT
None of the emails work
None of the emails work tried everything

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