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AMBASSADOR TAMBO PRESENTED HER CREDENTIALS IN ITALY

 

South African Ambassador Nomatemba Tambo presenting her credentials to Italian President Mr Giorgio Napolitano

 

 

 

 

10 APRIL 2013

Rome – Ambassador Nomatemba Tambo who succeeded former Ambassador, Ms Thenjiwe Mtintso, who completed her term of duty in December 2012, presented her credentials to the Italian President, Mr Giorgio Napolitano, on 10 April 2013 at the Quirinale Palace in Rome.


Ambassador Tambo was accompanied by Minister Plenipotentiary, Ms de Villiers-Steenkamp, Counsellor Political, Mr Zakhele Mnisi and Defence Attache, Colonel Sbonelo Lembede.
During the extremely cordial meeting for the presentation of her credentials, President Napolitano praised the role South Africa is playing in the international context particularly in Africa and the multilateral bodies such as the UN. President Napolitano also commended South Africa’s efforts in promoting peace and development informed by the respect for human rights. For her part, Ambassador Tambo thanked the President, pledging to work hard in order to strengthen the already excellent relations between Italy and South Africa.
Ambassador Tambo is yet to present her credentials to Albania, San Marino and Malta which are also under the scope of the Mission in Rome.

SA Embassy Rome, Italy

 

IL NUOVO AMBASCIATORE SUDAFRICANO, DOTT.SSA NOMATEMBA TAMBO, HA PRESENTATO OGGI LE CREDENZIALI AL PRESIDENTE NAPOLITANO

Roma, 10 aprile 2013. Con la presentazione delle credenziali al Presidente Giorgio Napolitano, entra nel pieno delle sue funzioni il nuovo Ambasciatore del Sudafrica, la dott.ssa Nomatemba Tambo, nominata al posto di Thenjiwe Ethel Mtintso, rientrata in patria per fine mandato nel dicembre scorso.

Dopo la laurea in storia e inglese a Londra e la successiva specializzazione in legge all’Università del Witwatersrand a Johannesburg, l’ambasciatore Tambo, figlia del defunto presidente dell’African National Congress (ANC) e leader anti-apartheid Oliver Tambo, entra nel servizio diplomatico nel 2007 e nel 2008 assume il suo primo incarico come console generale del Sudafrica a Hong Kong.

Oltre a far parte dell’African National Congress, è membro di diverse organizzazioni femminili, tra cui l’International Women’s Forum e il National Council of Africa Women, e trustee (amministratore fiduciario) della Oliver & Adelaide Tambo Foundation. Inoltre è stata cofondatrice e presidente della South African Women’s Chamber of Commerce. Attiva anche in campo giornalistico, ha lavorato come produttrice e presentatrice di programmi televisivi e ha diretto varie riviste per il pubblico femminile.

Nel corso del cordialissimo colloquio per la presentazione delle credenziali, il Presidente Napolitano ha lodato il ruolo che sta svolgendo il Sudafrica nel contesto internazionale, specialmente a livello africano e di organismi multilaterali come l’ONU, per la promozione della pace e dello sviluppo nel rispetto dei diritti umani; da parte sua l’Ambasciatore Tambo ha ringraziato il Presidente, impegnandosi a lavorare per rinsaldare ulteriormente i già eccellenti rapporti tra Italia e Sudafrica.

Roma, 10 Aprile 2013.

 

 


 
 
 
 

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