The Embassy has been supporting South Africa in their governance efforts and civil servants' training since ENA (Ecole Nationale d'Administration - France) and NSG (National School of Government - South Africa) signed a memorandum of understanding in September 2016. Many South African civil servants participate in ENA's international cycles, study visits and tailor-made training courses.

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The National School of Government and Ecole National d'Administration renew their partnership

The French Ecole Nationale d’Administration (ENA) and the South African National School of Government (NSG) have been working together since 2009 and signed a 5-year Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in […]

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France and South Africa join forces to protect biodiversity in South Africa and on Reunion Island, with the support of AFD

A bipartite agreement between South African National Parks (SANParks – the public institution managing South Africa’s national parks) and Agence Française de Développement (AFD) was signed on Saturday.  Pretoria, Saturday […]

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Calls for proposals: Research on the prevention of unintended early pregnancy in South Africa and Malawi

If you are a researcher in human and social sciences, or...

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South African and French public servants partner on Public Administration Reform course

On 7-11 February 2022, 29 South African public servants attended a...

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The National School of Government and Ecole National d’Administration renew their partnership

The French Ecole Nationale d’Administration (ENA) and the South African National...

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France and South Africa join forces to protect biodiversity in South Africa and on Reunion Island, with the support of AFD

A bipartite agreement between South African National Parks (SANParks – the...

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A co-production between Showmax and CANAL+ “Spinners” is currently filming in Cape Town! 🚗💨Shot in English, Kaaps and Afrikaans, it is produced by Joachim Landau and Raphaël Rocher for French indie Empreinte Digitale and co-produced by #NativesatLarge.The action-drama revolves around the popular motorsport known as “spinning” with high-speed cars and stunts. The series follows Ethan, a teenage driver working for a local gang, who discovers a possible way out through spinning.We love to see collaborations like this!Photo © Craig Kolesky/Red Bull Content Pool ... See MoreSee Less
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📢Vacancy in the Consulate General of France in Cape TownThe French Consulate General in Cape Town is looking for a Political, Economic, and Communication Officer to cover for a colleague who is on maternity leave.This is intended to be a four-month period.Send your CV and cover letter to consulat.le-cap-fslt@diplomatie.gouv.fr before September 1st.Full details here: tinyurl.com/5yctfyrs#jobseekers #JobSeekersSA #offredemploi ... See MoreSee Less
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The @AF_Pretoria in Partnership with the @IF_SouthAfrica and Open Window hosted a Film Screening of the acclaimed film "France".

#openwindow #thefrenchinstituteofsouthafrica #IFCinéma #OWFrenchFilmNights #AllianceFrançaisedePretoria

A co-production between @ShowmaxOnline & @canalplus “Spinners” is currently filming in CPT! 🚗💨

Shot in English, Kaaps and Afrikaans, it is produced by Joachim Landau and Raphaël Rocher for French indie @empr1tedigitale and co-produced by #NativesatLarge.

📸Craig Kolesky