Country Office Contacts
Main Office Contact
+27-12-742-3100

In South Africa:
Zandi Ratshitanga
Sr. Communications Officer
+27-12-742-3107


Postal Address:
The World Bank
P.O. Box 12629
Hatfield, 0028
Pretoria, Republic of South Africa

Location:
442 Rodericks Street
Lynnwood Road
Tshwane
0081
South Africa
zratshitanga@worldbank.org

In Washington:
Ivan Velev
Country Program Coordinator
+1-202-473-0814

1818 H Street NW
Washington DC 20433
Ivelev@worldbank.org

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PROJECT
Meeting Southern Africa’s Energy Needs

The Eskom Investment Support Project aims to achieve a stable electricity supply and generate jobs that benefit the poor directly. Read More »

REPORT
South Africa Report on the Observance of Standards and Codes: Accounting and Auditing

This report highlights the findings and policy recommendations for a comprehensive reform plan to strengthening the country’s accounting and auditing practices. Read More »

LENDING

South Africa: Commitments by Fiscal Year (in millions of dollars)*

*Amounts include IBRD and IDA commitments

COUNTRY DATA
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