NRNA – South Africa

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Non Resident Nepalese Association – South Africa (NRNA-SA) is a small group or Nepalese community living in South Africa since 1980s. First ever convention of the Nepalese living in South Africa was held on the 12th of April 2009 in the coastal city of East London, South Africa. About 90 Nepalese were present for the first ever NRNA-SA’s convention in the Africa continent. During the convention, Auwtar Gurung was elected as the President while Dr Hari Gopal Vaidya and Dr Amar Deuja were elected as the Vice Presidents of NRNA-SA.

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  • § bipasha
  • § January 13th, 2011

Cant find any nepalese food in SA :(

  • § Thulung
  • § February 10th, 2011

Yeah, I doubt it. It will take some time for Nepaelse to start introducing Nepalese food or restaurants in South Africa…

  • § Hira Bahadur Chhetri
  • § September 17th, 2011

PLEASE INFORM ME I WANT TO COME IN SOUTH AFRICA FOR WORK IS IT POSSIBLE AND DO NEPALI PEOPLE ARE PERMITTED TO WORK IN SOUTH AFRICA PLEASE SAY ME

  • § Thulung
  • § September 17th, 2011

G’day and Namaste Hira Bahadur Chettri,
Work permit or working visa for Nepalese passport holder to South Africa might be bit difficult to get. Not many Nepalese in South Africa, unless you know them personally, you have to search and find out yourself about working visa for Nepalese in South Africa.
Again, you wont know until you give a try. Wish you well.
Just a suggestion, there are many countries you might like to try and could get visa with less difficulty than South Africa…

  • § hira bahadur chhetri
  • § September 20th, 2011

thanks sir for your cooperation many people saying that this day it is easy to work in south africa and we can earn more money so that i get agency which tring me to take their in super market so is it possible to work as their guidien if so tell me
y
best regard
hira chhetri

  • § Gunjju
  • § January 25th, 2012

Hi there,

Good day and all be well !

I have 4 yrs of experience in (Dubai) Industrial Catering Operation and Food Safety. Is there any opportunity to work in SA?

Could you please suggest any site or address where my CV can knock the door?

Thanks in advance.

Regards,

Hi Gunjju,

Try the Embassy of Nepal in South Africa about job opportunities and further help and assistance:
Embassy of Nepal
453 Fehersen Street
Baileys Muckleneuk
Brooklyn
Pretoria, 0181
South Africa
Tel: 12-346 2399
Fax: 12-460 5535
Email: nepalembassy@telkomsa.net

Hope this will help thanks
NepaleseAbroad.com

  • § Gunjju
  • § January 28th, 2012

thanks a lot. I shall give a try hoping something best. Kindly let me know if something comes up from your side.

regards

  • § Aashish
  • § February 21st, 2012

Gunjju, if you want to come to South Africa better fix the job first because its hard to find job once you are here, lots of fraud agencies around there so be careful, see you soon if you come to SA. Best of luck!!

  • § Aashish
  • § February 21st, 2012

yes but there is a lots of Indian restaurant around here!!

  • § Aashish
  • § February 21st, 2012

Where can i find Nepali groups in SA? I’m here almost 1 years haven’t found any Nepali yet!!

  • § Thulung
  • § February 21st, 2012

Hi Aashish,

Try and contact or email the Nepalese Embassy to find out about Nepalese Community.

Embassy of Nepal
453 Fehersen Street
Baileys Muckleneuk
Brooklyn
Pretoria, 0181
South Africa
Tel: 12-346 2399
Fax: 12-460 5535
Email: nepalembassy@telkomsa.net

  • § julius
  • § October 12th, 2013

Hi,
How can i get to reapply for a Nepalese visa again from Nigeria? Please reply me aspa how to go about it please.

G’day Julius,
I am not sure if there is Nepalese Embassy in Nigeria? So the only way to enter Nepal is, first try and get Indian, Pakistani or Bangladeshi visa and then apply for Nepaelse Visa from there or get one before entering Nepal.

Hope this will help,
Regards
NepaleseAbroad.com

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