The Norwegian Embassy represents Norway in South Africa, Zimbabwe, Namibia, Botswana, Madagascar and Lesotho. The Embassy promotes Norwegian interests, and political and economical objectives, in addition to providing consular services. The Norwegian cooperation with South Africa is based on partnership relations, where shared political and developmental priorities is the platform.
Opening hours and contact details
The Royal Norwegian Embassy is open from 08.30 to 16.00 Monday to Friday.
Royal Norwegian Embassy
165 Lynnwood Road, Pretoria (map)
P.O. Box 11612
Tel: +27 12 364 3700/Tel:+4723952600
Fax: +27 12 364 3799
In case of after hours emergencies you will be directed to the Foreign Service Response Centre at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Oslo.
Directions to the Embassy
Gautrain* from the OR Tambo airport:
If you are coming from the O R Tambo airport, you can get to the Embassy by using the Gautrain. Take the Gautrain to the Hatfield Station. You might have to change trains at Marlboro station. A single trip from O R Tambo to Hatfield costs R164. From Hatfield, you can catch the Gautrain bus no. 2 “Lynnwood” and get off at the second (H2 - 2 Jan Shoba & Lynnwood Rd) or third stop (H2 - 3 Hillcrest Blvd, Lynnwood Rd). The bus fee ranges between R7 and R20 for a single trip. The Embassy is the second building on the opposite side of Lynnwood Road.
*Please note that you must have a valid Gautrain Gold Card to use the Gautrain and the Gautrain buses. The card is available for purchase at any Gautrain station.
The Embassy Section in Antananarivo
Batiment 2D, Business Explorer Park (ex. Village des Jeux)
Ankorondrano, 101 Antananarivo
P.O Box 12180, 101 Antananarivo
Tel: +261 (0) 20 22 305 07
Fax: +261 (0) 20 22 377 99
Office Hours: Monday – Friday 8.00 – 15.30