Pakistan and South Africa relations

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|+ '''Pakistan—South Africa relations'''
| width=300 colspan=2 align=center | flagicon|Pakistan|size=300x66px flagicon|South Africa|size=300x66px
| colspan=2 align=center | [Pakistan South Africa Locator.svg|300px]
| [of arms of Pakistan.svg|30px] legend|#3c9d3c|'''Pakistan'''
| [of arms of South Africa.svg|30px] legend|#e3801c|'''South Africa'''

Pakistan–South Africa relations refers to the current and historical relationship between South Africa and the State of Pakistan.

Due to embargo placed on South Africa by Commonwealth of Nations, both countries did not established the relations due to South Africa's apartheid. Finally, the relations were established in 1994 after the end of apartheid in South Africa. Relations are economic, cultural, historical and peaceful in which South Africa exports $240 million worth of goods to Pakistan on a yearly basis. Pakistan exports slightly less to South Africa ($210 million), with the major items including cotton yarn, woven fabrics, leather, rice and textiles.

In 2002, Pakistan imposed its first ever punitive penalty for dumping on South African tin imports.

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