South Africa House, Trafalgar Sq, London 1997.  (LW20)

South Africa House, Trafalgar Sq, London 1997. (LW20)

South African Embassy, London.

South African Embassies & Consulates Overseas: see a list of South African embassies in other countries with websites, addresses and telephone numbers.

A general view of the dense crowd massed in Trafalgar Square, London on Nov. 20, 1947, before the first of the royal wedding processions was due to pass en route to Westminster Abbey as Princess Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh marry. South Africa House and St. Martin-in-the-fields can be seen in the background. (AP Photo)

A general view of the dense crowd massed in Trafalgar Square, London on November 1947 before the Royal Wedding procession was due to pass en route to Westminster Abbey for the wedding of Princess Elizabeth and Philip Mountbatten Duke of Edinburgh

Statue of Bartolomeu Dias at the High Commission of South Africa in London

Statue of Bartolomeu Dias at the High Commission of South Africa in London

South Africa House on Trafalgar Square

South Africa House on Trafalgar Square

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iewers binne

MICASAGONEGLOBAL

MICASAGONEGLOBAL

New High Commissioner, new start? Your complaints about SA House | The South African

New High Commissioner, new start? Your complaints about SA House

New High Commissioner, new start? Your complaints about SA House | The South African

South Africa House 1999 Pen & Ink (350 x 270)

South Africa House 1999 Pen & Ink x

Critical Reviews

Critical Reviews

SA Government Fails Fashion | iFashion

South Africa’s involvement in the British Fashion Council’s International Fashion Showcase sabotaged by the South African High Commission in London

The African elephants that decorate South Africa House on Trafalgar Square illustrate their larger ears, compared to those of Asian elephants.

The African elephants that decorate South Africa House on Trafalgar Square illustrate their larger ears, compared to those of Asian elephants.

nelson mandela day london

nelson mandela day london

Deel van die nuwe uitstalling

Deel van die nuwe uitstalling

Birthday greetings painted on South Africa House, 18 July 1989 (Source: City Group)

Non-Stop for Mandela: reflections on London’s four-year continuous protest for his release

Non-Stop Against Apartheid

Police evidence of activist graffiti inside a police cell,

“Did you really think I wouldn’t write on your walls?”

Police evidence of activist graffiti inside a police cell,

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