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Part 3 - Department of Foreign Affairs

Part 3 - Department of Foreign Affairs

Part 3 - Department of Foreign

Minister Dr. Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma signing a Bilateral Agreement with her Sudanese counterpart Minister Dr. B Benjamin PROGRAMME 3: Protocol and Public Diplomacy AIM: This programme markets South Africa’s foreign policy objectives, projects a positive image of South Africa and Africa, and provides State Protocol services. Activities are organised into two sub-programmes: PUBLIC DIPLOMACY addresses media liaison, engagements with national stakeholders, and the promotion of South Africa’s policies and programmes at international level. was given to overhauling the State Visit Management System as well as accelerating completion of the Interactive Diplomatic Website. The latter project will, once completed, significantly change the character of the diplomatic accreditation management process in South Africa. Similarly, State Protocol continued to render comprehensive protocol services as indicated in the following pillars: State Events Management System State Logistics Management System Diplomatic Accreditation Management System PROTOCOL is responsible for incoming and outgoing state visits, intergovernmental and provincial protocol services, protocol ceremonial, managing presidential and diplomatic guesthouses; facilitating international conferences; and managing diplomatic immunities and privileges. OUTPUT AND SERVICE DELIVERY TRENDS: • PROTOCOL INTRODUCTION STATE EVENTS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM State Visits State Protocol successfully initiated and pioneered a process of developing a policy on State and Official Visits. The adoption of this policy by the Management of the Department was preceded by an elaborate process of consultation with all the relevant stakeholders including the Presidency. During the period under review, State Protocol concentrated on re-engineering its business processes. Particular attention The policy sets out a framework within which all official visits will be planned and executed. Most importantly, it brings Vote 3: Annual Report 2006-07 209 Department of Foreing Affairs

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