Cuba in South Africa

Cuban delegation to the 15th Joint Consultative Mechanism Cuba South Africa pays tribute to Nelson Mandela

Pretoria, 5th September, 2009.- Cuban delegation visiting South Africa, chaired by the first Deputy Foreign Minister of Cuba, Marcelino Medina González, paid tribute to Nelson Mandela, after concluding the 15th session of the Joint Consultative Mechanism between South Africa and Cuba.

South Africa and Cuba have a very special relationship both at the political and social levels, which is an evidence of the excellent bilateral links and friendship existing between Fidel and Mandela.

Cuban First Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of participates in cultural political event for the 25th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations Cuba South Africa

Pretoria, 4th September, 2019.- Within the framework of the official visit to South Africa of the First Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs of Cuba, Marcelino Medina González; a cultural political act was held in commemoration of the 25th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between South Africa and Cuba.

Successful participation of Cuba in the International Festival "Art Alive" in South Africa

Pretoria, September 1st, 2019.- The talented Cuban saxophonist Michel Herrera, at the head of the Madre Tierra group, was in charge of putting the international “Art Alive” festival held on September 1 in the South African city of Johannesburg.

Cuba was represented for the first time in “Art Alive”, as a special guest country to this great cultural event that starts in spring every August and brings together the most prominent local young talent and musicians of the international scene.

Officials of the Cuban Embassy in South Africa pay tribute to the Cuban Revolution historical leader

Pretoria, August 31, 2019.- The officials of the Embassy of Cuba in South Africa paid tribute to the historic leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, in the Long March to Freedom Museum Park, in the Gauteng province, where a statue of Fidel stands next to prominent fighters and South Africans personalities like Nelson and Winnie Mandela, Oliver and Adelaida Tambo and Walter and Albertina Sisulu.

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