South Africa signs 21 bilateral agreements with eSwatini

President Cyril Ramaphosa attends the Marula Festival at the invitation of His Majesty King Mswati III on the conclusion of his working visit to the Kingdom of eSwatini.

President Cyril Ramaphosa attends the Marula Festival at the invitation of His Majesty King Mswati III on the conclusion of his working visit to the Kingdom of eSwatini.

MBABANE - South Africa has signed 21 bilateral agreements with eSwatini to co-operate on trade, investment, health defence and policing, among others.

Ramaphosa is on a working visit at the invitation of his Majesty King Mswati III.

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International Relations and Co-operation Minister Lindiwe Sisulu and State Security Minister Dipuo Letsatsi-Duba are accompanying him.

South Africa is eSwatini's largest trading partner, with total bilateral trade totalling R33.4-billion in 2017.

The country changed its name from Swaziland in 2018.

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eNCA