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President Zuma is in Beijing on a State visit, which will see the signing of four agreements in agriculture. The agreements are set to help South Africa unlock its potential to create jobs.

The two-day visit will also see the President – who is accompanied by eight Cabinet Ministers and several local business people – addressing the South Africa-China Business Forum and a public lecture in honour of late former President Nelson Mandela.

The aim of the State visit, according to the Department of International Relations and Cooperation, is to review the status of bilateral relations and to ensure that the strategic relationship that exists is further strengthened, focusing on the priority issues of development in South Africa and Africa.

Available: http://www.sanews.gov.za/south-africa/sa-china-hold-talks 

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