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Dialing code – 00244 Embassy Contact Details
 

Angola Embassy

Consulate

Consulate near border post in Santa Clara

 

 

+27 (012) 342-3671/ 3696

+27 (011) 622-6025

+244 65 22 1799

 

Visas  

Visas are required by SA passport holders. For more information regarding food restrictions, passports/visa and pet travel enquiries, please contact the consulate/embassy – contact details above.

 

 

Health Requirements

 

 

Compulsory Vaccinations

Recommended Vaccinations

 

 

Precautions

 

 

Yellow Fever

  • Typhoid
  • Hepatitis A & B
  • Rabies
  • Tetanus
  • Polio

Malaria risk

 

Documents Required  

  • Valid passport of the driver• Certified copy of vehicle registration papers in the name of the driver• Letter of authority from the registered owner if the vehicle is not owned by the driver

    • If vehicle is still being financed, carry a letter of authority from the bank (must include dates of travel) together with the vehicle license papers.

  • Temporary Import Permit (TIP): R680, valid for one year
  • Third Party Insurance: Compulsory; purchased at an insurance company, called Oshi Congo, close to the border post for R800
  • ZA Sticker: Available at any AA Accredited Sales Agent store
  • International Driving Permit: Recommended

 

Currency New Kwanza (AOA)

 

 

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