Embassy of Israel In Pretoria
​Embassy closed on these days:
 
22 April
23 April
27 April
29 April
1  May
 

Announcements

Embassy & Consular holiday & closing dates
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Tools & Information

Statement by AmbProsor to the UN Security Council

Statements by PM Netanyahu on Iran talks

01.04.2015

One cannot understand that when forces supported by Iran continue to conquer more ground in Yemen, in Lausanne they are closing their eyes to this aggression. We are not closing our eyes and we will continue to act against every threat.

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Statement by AmbProsor to the UN Security Council

Israeli Resolution Adopted at UN

23.03.2015

This is a landmark achievement - the first resolution that Israel has initiated and which was successfully passed outside of the United Nations General Assembly. It was co-sponsored by no less than 47 countries from five continents.

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Welcome

This website is designed to be a resource of information on Israel as well as information on the Embassy of Israel in South Africa and to provide updates on the Missions' activities to the general public.

Contact Information

Embassy of Israel in South Africa
 
428 King's Highway
 
(Corner Elizabeth Grove)
 
Lynnwood
 
Pretoria
 
0081

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Tel:

012 470 3500

 


Fax: +27(0)12 348 5518
Email:
Reception:

 

Consular Hours

Monday to Thursday

9:00 - 12:00

 

Friday

9:00-11:00

 

Embassy Hours (not consular office)

Monday to Thursday

9:00 - 16:00

Friday

9:00 - 13:00

The Embassy closes for Jewish & local holidays


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  • Whats New

    • 01.04.2015
      One cannot understand that when forces supported by Iran continue to conquer more ground in Yemen, in Lausanne they are closing their eyes to this aggression. We are not closing our eyes and we will continue to act against every threat.
      Read More
    • 23.03.2015
      This is a landmark achievement - the first resolution that Israel has initiated and which was successfully passed outside of the United Nations General Assembly. It was co-sponsored by no less than 47 countries from five continents.
      Read More