| Charles Fincham|
|Member of||Le Cercle|
Angola Consul General
1972- Israel Consul General
In 1972 Dr. Charles Fincham, as a senior foreign affairs officer, left South Africa for Israel shortly to open the new Consulate General in Tel Aviv. "In September 1972, Israel abstained from a UN vote to grant the ANC observer status, just a few days after the Israeli foreign ministry had informed South African Consul-General Charles Fincham that their government would be more accommodating to his country at the United Nations."
Charles Fincham reported to his superiors in 1978: “I feel that we should be very aware of the kind of goodwill which ex–South African Jews assist in building up for us here [in Israel].”
He attended the 1984 meeting of Le Cercle, and is credited as "Ambassador (rtd.) S.A. Institute for International Affairs".
Event Participated in
|Le Cercle/1984 (Capetown)||12 January 1984||15 January 1984||Stellenbosch, Capetown, South Africa|
- March 17, 1972 The Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, p. 3
- 10 November 1978, SA, Foreign Affairs, 1/8/3, vol.10 (21/9/78–29/5/79).