Cuba in South Africa

Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma pay tribute to Oliver Tambo in the year of the Centenary of Nelson Mandela

Dr. Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, Minister in the Presidency for Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation of the Republic of South Africa, accompanied by the Cuban authorities,  lays wreath at OR Tambo bust, African Forefathers Park, Havana,  as part of a work visit to our country.

She participated in the commemorative act for the Centennial of the birth of the South African leader, Nelson Mandela.

Minister of Human Settlements of South Africa receives a Cuban delegation

On May 28, the Ambassador of Cuba, Rodolfo Benítez, accompanied by the delegation of the Ministry of Construction of Cuba that visits South Africa, presided by Rolando Macias, Director of International Relations of that institution, were received by the Minister of Human Settlements, Mrs. Nomaindia Mfeketo.



Cuba joins the international community in commemorating Africa Day. Africa and Cuba are united by historical ties of brotherhood and solidarity.

As a result of the cruel Atlantic Slave Trade, nearly one million 300 thousand Africans arrived in our Island centuries ago. Their presence made a huge mark on our country. Africa is part of the very essence of our nation. Cubans are a Latin-African people, and we feel extremely proud of our African roots.