The visit will be used to further bolster cooperation on economic, political, social and international issues.
President Jacob Zuma Hosts Prime Minister of India, 8 Jul
Govt of SA, 7 July 2016
President Jacob Zuma will tomorrow, 8 July 2016, host the Prime Minister of the Republic of India for official talks during the official visit to South Africa of His Excellency Mr… Read more »
Are Rights On the Agenda for India's and South Africa's Leaders?
HRW, 7 July 2016
India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrives in South Africa Friday to meet with President Jacob Zuma to discuss cooperation between their two countries. One hopes that, among… Read more »
President Jacob Zuma receives Prime Minister Narendra Damodardas Modi of the Republic of the India at the Union Buildings in Pretoria.
Open Letter to Indian PM Narendra Modi - Leave Lawyers Collective Alone
Daily Maverick, 7 July 2016
With Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on a state visit to South Africa, local civil society organisations are urging him to respect their equivalents in India. Read more »
President Zuma to Host Prime Minister Modi
SAnews.gov.za, 7 July 2016
President Jacob Zuma will tomorrow host the Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, for talks during the official visit to South Africa. Read more »
SA Aims to Boost Exports to India, France
SAnews.gov.za, 4 July 2016
Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies says South Africa will use the up-and-coming state visits involving India and France to boost trade and investment, in a bid to boost exports… Read more »
Why Indian PM Narendra Modi Doesn't Deserve the Red Carpet
The Daily Vox, 4 July 2016
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to visit South Africa at the end of the week, but VASHNA JAGARNATH explains why she won't be attending the community reception planned… Read more »
Indian PM Modi's African Safari
allAfrica, 4 July 2016
Nearly nine months ago the third India-Africa Forum Summit, and the first that included all African states, was held with much fanfare in Delhi. Read more »
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