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Mr Madoda Ntshinga
South Africa Consulate vision is, to strengthening bilateral relations between the Republic of South Africa and the respective Special Administrative Regions.
We are committed to represent and promote South Africa’s national interests in Hong Kong SAR and Macao SAR of the Peoples Republic of China.
Provide market access opportunities for South African business through the various trade platforms in Hong Kong & Macao.
To foster institutional partnerships within the educational sector.
To attract Foreign Direct Investment into South Africa.
To promote South Africa as a preferred tourism destination.
Provide consular services to South Africans in Hong Kong and Macao.
Mr Madoda Ntshinga is a career Diplomat who joined the Department of International Relations and Cooperation in May 1995. Prior to that Mr Ntshinga joined the Civil Service in South Africa on 14 February 1980. He served in various departments including Local government, Transport, Health, Manpower (Labour), Home Affairs (then Interior Affairs) and Commerce ( i.e. Trade and Industry). He has a record service of 40 years in the civil service.
In the Department of International Relations and Cooperation Mr Ntshinga rose through the ranks of Foreign Service Officer to Assistant Director: Foreign Service, Deputy Director: Foreign Service and Acting Director in the Office of the Minister. Mr Ntshinga served as a Diplomat at High Commission in Tanzania as Third Secretary and First Secretary: Political respectively, India as First Secretary: Political, New Zealand as Counsellor: Political and Deputy Head of Mission and now in Hong Kong SAR as a Consul General.
Mr Morris Chabalala joined the Department of International Relations and Cooperation (DIRCO) in 1998.
He held various positions within the Department, particularly in the following branches:
1. Corporate Management; and
2. Asset & Financial Management.
During his career with the Department, he provided mission support services to various regions as intervention measures to improve misson's performance.
He also served as the Corporate Services Manager in Africa Region between 2010-2014 and 2017-2019 respectively.
Recently, Mr Chabalala was considered for intermission transfer to Hong Kong during 2019 December placement cycle. He has been appointed as a Consul Administration.