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DIRCO to host annual Diplomatic Fun Fair

DIRCO to host annual Diplomatic Fun Fair

The Department of International Relations and Cooperation (DIRCO) will host the Annual Diplomatic Fair on Saturday, 29 October 2015, at the Union Buildings, Pretoria.

The Diplomatic Fair is an annual event through which DIRCO aims to provide the public with information about countries accredited to South Africa and afford government, business, the diplomatic community and other sectors the opportunity to learn and network.

Foreign diplomatic missions accredited to South Africa are expected to take advantage of the event to showcase and promote cultural diplomacy through arts, music and cuisine from around the world.

All media are invited as follows:

Date: Saturday, 29 October 2016 (ENTRANCE IS FREE)

Venue: Union Buildings Southern Lawns (along Stanza Bopape Street), Pretoria

Time: 09h00 – 18h00 (Exhibitions, Cultural Festival)

RSVP: Ms Semakaleng Rachidi, rachidis@dirco.gov.za or Mr Reshoketswe Mlangeni, mlangenir@dirco.gov.za  

NB: Media are requested to collect their media accreditation and parking disks from Ms Rachidi and Mr Mlangeni at the Union Buildings southern lawns, opposite the Sheraton Hotel.

Distributed by APO on behalf of Republic of South Africa: Department of International Relations and Cooperation.

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