Malta Embassy in South Africa Contact Details

Full contact details of the Malta Embassy in South Africa, location, postal address, e-mail address, website, phone numbers, direction, map, opening days, office hours, head of mission, and consular services.

The Malta Embassy in South Africa has a critical role to play in maintaining the relationship between their country and the host country as well as protecting the interest of their citizens residing in those countries.

Please contact the Malta Embassy in South Africa directly for inquiries and questions regarding visa regulations and passport requirements. Also, contact the embassy to verify the address and opening hours.

Malta Embassy in South Africa Contact Details

The Malta Embassy represents the Maltese Government in South Africa. It handles all the information beginning from visa requirements to travel information to Malta.

The Embassy of Malta is known as the Malta Consulate and it is located in Johannesburg, Durban, and Cape Town. Below are the contact details

Malta Consulate in Johannesburg

596 Sunset Drive Krugersdorp
South Africa

Phone: +27-11-4350463

Fax: +27-11-4367220


Malta Consulate in Durban

285, Umhlanga Rocks Drive, Glenashley
South Africa

Phone; +27-031-5722041

Fax: +27-031-5725962


Malta Consulate in Cape Town

9 Watsonia Close
Plattekloof Ext2, 7550
Cape Town
South Africa

Phone: (+27) 21 911 0631

Fax: +27-031-5725962

Email: [email protected]

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Interesting Facts About Malta

  1. Malta is a Southern European island country consisting of an archipelago in the Mediterranean Sea
  2. The capital of Malta is Valletta
  3. They have a population of over 475,000 people
  4. The Maltese national motto is “Virtute et constantia” which means
    Strength and Consistency
  5. The official language of Malta is Maltese and English.
  6. Catholicism is the major religion practiced in Malta.
  7. They have a Total GDP of $20.823  billion.
  8. The currency spent in Malta is Euro
  9. A person from Malta is known as a Maltese.
  10. Malta got its independence from the United Kingdom on 21 September 1964

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