A trade delegation on Sunday left South Africa for Algeria and Tunisia for a five-day trade and investment mission.
Dr. Rob Davies, South African Minister of Trade and Industry, said “the mission aims to advance Tunisia, Algeria, and South Africa’s trade and investment relations. Both countries feature as key strategic partners for South Africa in the North Africa region and are pivotal partners towards advancing integration on the continent.
Also, it is an ideal platform for South African companies who would like to export value-added products and services and those looking for investment opportunities in the region,” he added.
It is also an ideal platform for South African companies wishing to export value-added products and services and those seeking investment opportunities in the region, “Davies who described Tunisia as a “priority partner for South Africa,” told African News Agency (ANN).