On Friday, Western Cape MEC
for Economic Opportunities delivered an address at the Farmbiz Power Debate on
Agribusiness in Africa.
Winde said, by 2030, the
continent’s population is set to double and 50% of this expanding population
will be living in cities.
He said it is evident that
Africa is emerging as a powerful economic force. Spokesperson for the MEC,
Bronwynne Jooste explained that , “The Western Cape growth strategy project Khulisa also details our
action plan to partner with African countries in strategic sectors such as
Tourism, Oil and Gas and Agri processing.”
says “Earlier this year the Premier and the Minister conducted an official
trade and promotion visit to Angola which paved the way within Angola and South
African business and Minister Winde has also stressed that Africa’s continued
progress and prosperity depends on partnership.”
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