Zuma to visit Botswana
On the agenda are trade and investment, energy, transport, science and technology, environment and security - Presidency
President Jacob Zuma will lead a South African delegation to Botswana for a state visit, the presidency said on Monday.
Spokesman Mac Maharaj said Zuma would visit Botswana from Wednesday to Thursday.
“The visit follows the successful state visit of President Seretse Khama Ian Khama to South Africa in October 2010, during which the two countries reviewed progress in various areas of bilateral co-operation.”
Maharaj said the visit was expected to focus on areas such as trade and investment, energy, transport, science and technology, environment and security.
Several agreements would be signed, including one to determine how relations between the two countries would be structured.
A business delegation and several government ministers would accompany Zuma.