Morocco (Kingdom of )
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History of Relations
relations between South Africa and the Kingdom of Morocco were established in
1991 when a South African Interest Office opened in Rabat on 2 September 1991.
A Moroccan Interest Office was opened on 1 April 1992 in Pretoria and both offices
were subsequently upgraded to full Embassies.
South African Representation in Morocco
Chargé d’Affaires a.i.
Mr A J P Figgins
Moroccan Representation in South Africa
Mr R Agassim
of the Kingdom of Morocco
Visa requirements for South Africans
For more information
contact the Moroccan Embassy in Pretoria.
compulsory immunisation required for Morocco.
For further information go
to Travelers' Health.
weather on the Moroccan coast is mediterranean while in the interior of the country
the weather is more continental and snow falls are frequent during winter in the
Rabat and Casablanca are hot and humid in summer and cold and
wet in winter. Temperatures from June to August can go up to 32 degrees C with
a humidity level of 70 - 75% or more.
For up to date weather information
unit is the Dirham (Dh), divided into hundred centimes. The currency rate of exchange
is about Dh 9,87 to the US dollar. The currency is not freely convertible outside
For current exchange rates click here
and Official Visits / Bilateral Meetings
If you have any queries with regard to treaties please
contact the Treaty Section at 012 351 0892/0742 or send an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
information on trade statistics between South Africa and Morocco, visit the web
site of the Department
of Trade and Industry of South Africa
Groups and Information