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South African state visit to China a ‘tremendous and fruitful success’

South African President Jacob Zuma has described his state visit to the People’s Republic of China as a “tremendous and fruitful success” following official talks with Chinese President Xi Jinping during the two-day visit to Beijing.

Zuma on two-day state visit to China

Zuma on two-day state visit to China

President Jacob Zuma is currently on a two-day state visit to China, aimed at consolidating and strengthening bilateral relations between the two countries and securing support for South Africa's industrialisation agenda.
Bafana set for Morocco visit

Bafana set for Morocco visit

Bafana Bafana will be in action again on 11 October when they take on Morocco in a friendly international to mark the opening of a new venue for the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations, the Agadir New Stadium in Agadir City.

Foreign journalists visit SA

BRAND South Africa’s CEO Miller Matola (2nd right) at the brand Africa Roundtable in Nairobi, Kenya on Africa Day, 25 May 2012. (Photo: Brand Africa™)

Clinton, Zuma on SA’s World Cup

Former US President Bill Clinton paid a visit to South African President Jacob Zuma in Pretoria on Wednesday, ahead of the USA vs Algeria World Cup match. While the two men have a range of common interests, including climate change and poverty alleviation, it seemed that soccer was first on the agenda.

State Visit: A Time to Reflect

Now the long awaited State visit to the UK by President Zuma has taken place, John Battersby reflects on the historic occasion.

Gallery: Jacob Zuma’s UK state visit

See the highlights of South African President Jacob Zuma's three-day state visit to the UK, where he and his entourage met with Prime Minister Gordon Brown, Queen Elizabeth, Prince Philip, Prince Edward and other British luminaries.
Zuma's 2010 plan of action

Clinton makes her mark in SA

South Africa looks set to benefit from stronger ties with the United States following US secretary of state Hillary Clinton’s two-day visit of the country from 7 to 8 August 2009.

Visit Parliament

Attend a parliamentary sitting, public hearing or committee meeting, have a discussion with a Member of Parliament, or take part in a guided tour of Parliament.


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