The two-leg mission will kick off in the Tete province and proceed to Maputo. The business delegation comprises of business people from the built environment professionals, electro-technical, mining and capital equipment, railways and steel fabrication, and steel tubing sectors. The business delegation includes the South African Alternative Energy Association, South African Stainless Steel Development Association, South African Electro-technic Export Council, Built Environment Professionals Export Council, South African Steel Fabricators Business Council as well as the Johannesburg Chamber of Commerce.
According to the Minister of Trade and Industry, Dr Rob Davies, the objective of the OTIM is to boost economic growth, transfer technology as well as increase the quality and diversity of South African exports to Mozambique.
“South Africa has become the main trading partner for Mozambique and relations between the two countries are very good. These relations are reinforced by the growing ties in trade, investment, tourism, migration, and security,” says Davies.