The Premier was speaking about the hosting of China in SA Week during The New Age Business Briefing in Bloemfontein on Wednesday. The week starts today and ends on 20 April.
The hosting of China in SA Week follows President Jacob Zuma and Chinese President Xi Jinping declaring 2015 as the Year of China in South Africa.
China in SA Week is an opportunity to further promote economic and trade relations, tourism and strengthen cooperation in areas including education and agriculture, among others.
Premier Magashule said the province has already signed agreements and memoranda of understanding (MOUs) with China. He said the Chinese have already shown interest in investing in the province.