BEIJING– South Africa and China have signed five bilateral agreements during President Cyril Ramaphosa’s State visit to China Sunday.
This brings to almost 20 the number of agreements signed between the two republics within two months.
During his visit to South Africa in July, Chinese President Xi Jingping signed agreements worth over 200 billion Rand (about 13.6 billion US dollars).
Sunday’s agreements ranged from a Memorandum of Understanding on Climate Change to agreements in the fields of transportation and trade.
Both presidents also discussed ways to strengthen their respective political parties, the African National Congress (ANC) and the Communist Party of China.
Source: NAM NEWS NETWORK