House of Tajikistan and South African Friendship

About Us

Separated by huge geographical distances, Tajikistan and South Africa share a lot in common and united by same desires to improve life-hood of its people in the era of rapid globalization getting closer than ever.

South Africa and Tajikistan maintain a mutually beneficial relationship based on their core values, promoting economic and cultural exchanges. This strong bond has allowed both nations to grow and prosper in 21st century when miles of mountains, ocean, and deserts became void in strive to learn from each other.

Being crossroads of civilizations and transit points for trading expeditions between East and West, both nations developed unique ability to learn and implement universal knowledge of humanity freely transferring from each pinnacles of human development. This fact has gifted both countries with better access to science, culture, philosophy and wisdom.

Arts & Culture

Both nations have long celebrated the pursuit of the arts. The art of each nation is largely a derivative of its culture and influence of various nations. South Africa, for example, is a very ethnically diverse nation. The unique language and cultural heritage of each ethnic group has left its mark on the art of South Africa. Tajikistan is not as ethnically diverse as South Africa, but its culture has been influenced by a number of different regimes and empires that have occupied the region throughout history and surely by the trade links between civilizations.

Despite these differences, both South Africa and Tajikistan both grew and develop by implementing best of both worlds and continuously thrive on the sharing of ideas between people and cultures. Most importantly both countries unite by their common values has allowed their relationship to become increasingly successful.

Travel & Leisure


Remarkably beautiful, both countries have been tremendously proud of their eco system, flora and fauna and blessed by natural beauties.

Tourism is a very important segment of both the South African and Tajikistan economies. Travelers from around the world make their way to these nations to enjoy their unique environments. What these two countries have to provide tourists however is vastly different. Tajikistan offers tourists a number of incredible outdoor adventures such as hiking. South Africa boasts beautiful wildlife on the savannah.

Bilateral Relationship


South Africa and Tajikistan may not be sharing their boarders and may not be even located on the same continent, but they do share common desires, value and goals. At the first look two nations may not seem to have much in common on the surface, but forging deeper friendship lately allowed both nations to discover joint interest and prospects for further growth. Most recently, the two nations have worked closely together to exchange their knowledge in the cotton growing industry. Cotton is very important aspect of the Tajikistan economy and South Africa as well had its own priorities for this important crop. Working together, both countries have been able to exchange their methods and models of cotton cultivation.

Business, trade & Investment


Without going far, one could immediately notice how both nations have been blessed by abundance of natural resources, minerals and sun. No wonder on its own accord, both nations are proud of quality and tastes of their agro produce.

A common interest in agriculture, mining and energy giving both states a vast opportunity for joint exploration and development. As a recent fact of bilateral exchange in the cotton industry has initiated first steps in close business ties between the two nations. Tajikistan scientists recently traveled to South Africa to introduce new crop variety, which could potentially benefit South African agriculture sector and primarily new emerging farmers.

Both Tajikistan and South Africa have business-friendly economies that are ideal for foreign businesses wishing to invest in the country. Low overhead and labor costs are fueling the market at the present time. Both governments look to continue to support foreign investment which will draw new capital and fresh minds to these nations.