- President Ramaphosa and the Prime Minister of Britain is set to discuss trade and investment during her visit to South Africa
- The focus will be on relations after Britain's Brexit execution
- The Prime Minister plans to visit Nigeria and Kenya as well
President Ramaphosa is set to have a meeting with the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.
The two leaders will be discussing the potential of partnerships between South Africa and the United Kingdom. The plan is to see how investment and trade can be made stronger between SA and the UK.
While much of the investment from Britain is private, it is still a key source of investment in South Africa.
The last time May and Ramaphosa met was in June, during the G7 meeting in Canada, according to a report by EWN.
President Ramaphosa and May will be focusing on trade relations after England's planned Brexit.
May landed in Cape Town for the working visit that will last one day and brings a 30 member business delegation along for the visit. She will also visit Kenya and Nigeria.
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