“The purpose of the meeting will be to review bilateral relations, with a specific focus on supporting the economic priorities of South Africa’s National Development Plan (NDP).
The meeting will also serve to discuss a number of Africa issues that are on the international agenda, including the most recent developments in the Southern African region, said the Department of International Relations and Cooperation.
The meeting will take place in Pretoria on Monday.
South Africa and the UK have extensive trade and economic relations which are continuing to strengthen.
Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) from the UK stood at R60 billion for the period January 2009 to April 2014, the highest from Europe in this period and creating 19 699 jobs.