Saint Christopher and Nevis
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South Africa and St Kitts and Nevis established diplomatic
relations in February 1998. Trade with this country during 1997 and 1998 was too
minimal to be reflected in official statistics. High Commissioner TH Chiliza presented
letters of credence to the Deputy Governor General, H E Sam Condor, Deputy Prime
Minister and Minister of International Trade and CARICOM Affairs, Minister Dwyer
Astaphan, Minister of Tourism and the Honourary Jacinth Henry-Martin, Minister
of information, Culture, Youth and Sports. During May 2003 Minister Jacinth Henry-Martin
advised the Mission about her intention to visit South Africa on 2 June 2003 with
the view to sign a Cultural Agreement with South Africa.
South African Representation in Saint Christopher
The South African High Commission in Kingston, Jamaica is
responsible for St Kitts and Nevis:
HE Adv F D Radebe
Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary
South African High Commission
Time difference: -7 hours
Christopher and Nevis Representation in South Africa
Visa Requirements for South Africans
None for visits
of up to 30 days. Visitors must be in possession of a valid passport and a return
or onward ticket to a destination where entry is ensured.
Tetanus - immunisation recommended.
information go to Travelers' Health.
tempered by constant sea breezes. Little seasonal variation in temperature; rainy
season from May to November.
For up-to-date weather information click here
Dollar = 2,65700 East Caribbean Dollar (XCD) on 29 July 2003.
information click here
and Official Visits / Bilateral Meetings
If you have any queries with regard to treaties please contact the Treaty Section at 012 351 0872/0851/0837.
For current information on trade statistics between South Africa
and Saint Christopher and Nevis, visit the web site of the Department
of Trade and Industry of South Africa
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