Distell, South Africa's biggest wine and spirits producer, has launched its flagship cream liqueur Amarula in India, one of the world's fastest-growing economies.
Bilateral trade between South Africa and India has the potential to treble over the next five years with huge opportunities opening up for the business sectors.
The recent visit by a high-level South African business delegation to India has helped to strengthen economic relations between the two countries and exposed companies to the opportunities for trade and investment in South Africa.
A number of top South African companies form part of a trade and investment mission to New Delhi and Mumbai in India this week.
The delegation is being led by Dr Essop Pahad, the Minister in the Office of the Presidency and is jointly organised by the Department of Trade and Industry (dti) and the International Marketing Council of South Africa (IMC).
A high-level South African business delegation will visit India next week to expand trade relations between the two countries and explore investment opportunities.
The delegation will be led by Dr Essop Pahad, Minister in the Office of the Presidency. It will also include senior leaders of industry, trade and commerce as well as representatives from provincial development agencies.