A HORSE made of beads and presented to Limpopo Premier Cassel Mathale by a European Union delegation, and his acceptance, symbolises enthusiasm in promoting development.
Mathale on Tuesday met with an EU delegation on a three-day visit to the province to check projects funded by the union to the tune of R350million.
Delegation head Peter Tejler said they would recruit investors in European countries to invest in Limpopo because they have seen commitment to developing the economy.
The delegation gave Mathale a horse made of beads, appealing for integrated development.
Tejler said the horse was a symbol of the commitment to work together with the people of Limpopo in developing cooperation through investors.