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The Regional Consular Centre in Pretoria as well as the Consulate General in Cape Town have introduced an appointment system through an external service provider:
TLS Contact www.tlscontact.com/za2ch
Call Center + 27 (0)21 410 0118
Clients without an appointment will not be able to submit their applications.
In March 2014 (the exact date will be communicated on this webpage at a later stage) the Regional Consular Centre in Pretoria as well as the Consulate General in Cape Town will outsource some part of the visa process to the external service provider TLScontact.
As of that date, the interview appointments and the receipt of the application files will be handled by TLScontact for South African, Lesotho and Swaziland nationals, which have to submit the visa applications at the TLScontact Center (the address will be communicated on this webpage at a later stage).
All consular services for the South African provinces of Gauteng, KwaZulu-Natal, Limpopo, Mpumalanga, North-West and Free State, as well as for the states of Angola, Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Mauritius, Mozambique, Swaziland, Zambia and Zimbabwe are provided by the Regional Consular Centre Southern Africa, which is attached to the Embassy of Switzerland in Pretoria.
The Consulate General in Cape Town continues to be responsible for the South African provinces of the Eastern Cape, Northern Cape and Western Cape, as well as for Namibia.
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Swiss citizens living in South Africa have lately become victims of banking frauds. The perpetrators get access to details from Swiss or Liechtenstein banking accounts (names, addresses, signatures, credit balance, etc.) and use this information to forge orders to transfer money to bank accounts in Asia. To prevent such cases, the Embassy of Switzerland recommends Swiss or Liechtenstein bank account holders to be vigilant with their banking identity details and to request their bank not to send correspondence via postal service and not to process any written money transfer order without prior consultation of the bank account owner via the telephone number that is lodged with the bank (not the one on the instructions).