President Jacob Zuma will host President Edgar Lungu, President of the Republic of Zambia for a State Visit to South Africa from 07 to 09 December 2016.
The visit is aimed at deepening and strengthening of the already existing good political, economic and social relations underpinned by strong historical ties dating back from the years of the struggle.
South Africa and Zambia’s economic relationship continues to grow, with the 2015 two-way trade statistics indicating that Zambia is one of South Africa’s top trading partners on the continent and is currently ranked as South Africa’s top ten import sources in the world.
The two countries cooperate in a variety of areas including among others trade and investment, science and technology, defence, agriculture, environment, energy, as well as health related matters.
There are over 120 South African companies doing business in Zambia in various sectors including telecommunications, aviation, tourism, banking sector, the property sector, the retail sector, the entertainment sector, and the fast food sector.
Both President Zuma and President Lungu will address the Business Forum, which will be attended by more than 150 business captains from both countries.
Enquiries: Dr Bongani Ngqulunga on 082 308 9373 or [email protected].
Distributed by APO on behalf of Republic of South Africa: The Presidency.
Want to continue reading? Subscribe today.
You've read all your free articles for this month! Subscribe now to enjoy full access to our content.
£8.00 / month
Receive full unlimited access to our articles, opinions, podcasts and more.
£70.00 / year
Our best value offer - save £26 and gain access to all of our digital content for an entire year!