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  1. Third Flemish vaccine donation to Mozambique

    Third Flemish vaccine donation to Mozambique

    On January 7, a Belgian-Flemish donation of 1.209.600 Johnson & Johnson vaccines (via Covax) took place at the warehouse of the Medicine and Medical equipment center of Maputo. Deputy General Representative of Flanders, Kaat Matthys, was present at the handover of the vaccines to the Government of Mozambique, represented by vice-minister Lídia Cardoso.
  2. International Human Rights Day

    International Human Rights Day

    December 10, International Human Rights Day, marks the 73rd anniversary of the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights by the United Nations General Assembly. This year’s theme is ‘All Human, All Equal’.
  3. 8th Bilateral Consulation between Flanders and Mozambique

    8th Bilateral Consulation between Flanders and Mozambique

    On 23 November, the 8th Bilateral Consulation between Flanders and Mozambique took place at Errera House, the official seat of the Government of Flanders. Mozambique has been one of the three partner countries of Flanders’ Development Cooperation since 2002. Since the inception of this cooperation, the focus has been on access to health.
  4. Flanders and Belgium donate COVAX vaccines to Mozambique

    Flanders and Belgium donate COVAX vaccines to Mozambique

    On 20 October 2021, a donation of 149,760 Astra Zeneca vaccines arrived in Maputo, Mozambique, flown in directly from the European producer. Séverine de Potter de ten Broeck, Head of the Diplomatic Office of Belgium in Mozambique, and Geraldine Reymenants, General Representative of Flanders in Southern Africa, were amongst those welcoming the flight on the tarmac at Maputo International Airport.
  5. International Day of the Girl Child: documentary in Malawi

    International Day of the Girl Child: documentary in Malawi

    On the occasion of the International Day of the Girl Child (11 October), the Diplomatic Representation of Flanders, in cooperation with the EU Delegation to Malawi and the Office of the UN Resident Coordinator, organised five screenings of the documentary “A Girl’s Gaze”. The documentary was shot in November 2020 by Flemish journalists Roel Nollet and Anke Dirix, in close collaboration with Malawian journalist Ezaius Mkandawire. It focuses on the impact of climate change on gender-based violence and sexual exploitation of girls in Malawi, whilst also addressing issues of child marriage and human trafficking.
  6. European Film Festival: Live Discussion

    European Film Festival: Live Discussion

    10/20/2021 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

    "Save Sandra" is the Flemish/Belgian film in the European Film Festival - South Africa. A Film about Life, Death and Money…

    On Wednesday 20 October (18.00 to 19.00), a live discussion will be held with directors Jan Verheyen and Lien Willaert, together with health and education activist Mark Heywood (editor, Daily Maverick, Citizen). They will discuss the film's topic: a family’s struggles against the pharmaceutical industry to gain access to medicine for their daughter.
  7. Week of the Dutch Language: drive-in movie in Cape Town

    Week of the Dutch Language: drive-in movie in Cape Town

    10/7/2021 5:30 PM

    In the framework of the Week of the Dutch Language celebrations, the Consulate General of Belgium in Cape Town, the Consulate General of the Netherlands in Cape Town and Flanders Southern Africa invite you to a drive-in movie in Tamboerskloof, Cape Town on 7 October at 17:30.

    The film that will be shown is "Vele Hemels", a Belgian/Dutch co-production, based on a book by Griet Op De Beeck, one of the most popular authors in the Low Countries. The movie will be in Dutch, with English subtitles.
  8. Week of the Dutch Language: Literary Conversation

    Week of the Dutch Language: Literary Conversation

    10/5/2021 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM

    We are very excited to bring the Week van het Nederlands to South Africa for the very first time with a programme of different activities, organised by Embassy of Belgium in Pretoria, Kingdom of the Netherlands in South Africa, Consulate General of Belgium in Cape Town and the Delegation of Flanders, in cooperation with Sasnev, the SAVN and the Vrystaat Kunstefees. One of the events not to be missed is a literary conversation which takes place on Tuesday 5 October from 16.30-17.30. Nigerian author Chika Unigwe, who lived in Flanders for 18 years, and Dutch poet Alfred Schaffer, currently lecturing at the University of Stellenbosch, look at language and identity and the significance of the Dutch language in their works as author and poet respectively
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