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South African flag Consulate-General of South Africa in Munich

AddressSendlinger-Tor-Platz 5
80336 München (Munich)
Germany
Phonelocal: (089) 231.1630
international: +49.89.231.1630
Faxlocal: (089) 2311.6363
international: +49.89.2311.6363
Emailmunich.consular@dirco.gov.za

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Paul Leicht
Wed, 5 Apr 2017 08:34 EDT
Comment on Munich
I see some very stark contrasts in commentary on the service in Munich.

All I can say is that the people in the Munich location have always gone out of their way to be genuinely helpful to me - even when renouncing my SA citizenship (no choice there!).

To one or two posters who questioned Ms:Green's existence - I can vouch for the claim that she is a living, breathing person. I suspect you may not have been able to speak to her as she is one person handling "the volume" for B-W and Bavaria. Have spoken to her a few times, and, well, never had a problem.

Just my 5c worth!
Sakumzi
Tue, 28 Jun 2016 09:17 EDT
Gratitude to the consulate
Though i don't condone the length of obtaining a temporary passport, because I believe that since the information is already in the system it should be a matter of retrieving and confirming and issue a passport in minutes.

Having said that, I want to thank the South African Consulate in Munich for the assistance i received. They went out of their way to help including taking me to the police station to open a case even though it was past the office hours.

I lost my passport at Nuremberg, due to delay in trains to Munich and me getting lost along the way I reached the consulate way past 12pm which is their closing time. But I was received and assisted beyond my expectations. I experienced the spirit of Ubuntu in that office.

Olease keep doing the great job.
Johann
Tue, 11 Aug 2015 05:50 EDT
Refusal to Liaise with Berlin on protocol
Today i experienced something at the Munich Consular that speaks miles against the concept of Ubuntu. I have decided to renounce my South African citizenship due to travelling reasons. I forwarded the mail below to the Consular " Exact words from the three people working there - "We are following protocol from South Africa we will not be giving back your cancelled documents. As a non South African - you have no right to get these documents back. We dont care what Berlin does - we will do what we see fit." I find it strange and also disappointing their full refusal and unwillingness to try and help me to find out how Berlin does this and whether this is possible . I did get very angry based on this attitude of flat refusal even after submitting the letter below, and apologise for that. The way i was treated and spoke to - is not what I expected from the Consular - worst experience ever at any Embassy globally - avoid this place and go to Berlin
Harald Frederick Hansen
Wed, 20 May 2015 10:57 EDT
Applied for SApassport May 2014 not received yet???
I have applied for a new maxi passport inMunich May2014 and are still waiting.have phoned and send e-mails with no success.
Hope you can help me.
Id. Number 5601185080082
Neo
Fri, 30 May 2014 08:04 EDT
Infor for Marry in a foreign land
First of all i could like to appogies on my first E-mail i wrote to you,it was not really profesional at all.I could like to get some help in what steps i should follow in oder to get all documents i need for marring in a foreign land,please i need your assindence.

with regads
Neo Litsesane
Fri, 30 May 2014 07:44 EDT
MARRY FOREIGN PERSON
I wrote an E-mail to our beloved Embassy to help me with some infor but what i got is that we don´t have infor for you but check our embassy web you will find what you need,as if i know where to look in their web.I am really disappoitted with the treatment i got,i hope the papers i sended to you about appling for apostille and unbrige certificate will be handled with care as i am South African resident also.

Yours sincelly

Neo Litsesane in Offenburg,Germany
Norman
Fri, 16 May 2014 05:53 EDT
email address/service
Hi. The correct email address is munich.consular@dirco.gov.za.

I got this via phone from the consulate, where Voje was very friendly and helpful. a nice contrast to the comments I was reading on the berlin embassy web site.
Liezl de Waal
Wed, 12 Mar 2014 04:20 EDT
2014 Elections
I'm a SA citizen and would like to know how does the voting process work on the 30th of April?
Regards
Elijah
Sun, 2 Feb 2014 12:53 EST
You get refund of deposit when you have returned to your country or obtained permanent residence
Stefan
Tue, 28 Jan 2014 06:27 EST
Refund of logged money with temporary residence
Hi,

can anybody tell me how the refund works? They told me, I get the money back once I get a Permanent Residence?

cheers
Stefan

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