Pretoria (South Africa), July 8: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi got a stylized welcome at the Union Building of Pretoria, where he will have a private discussion with President Jacob Zuma, trailed by appointment level talks and gatherings with South African pioneers.
At night, Prime Minister Modi will visit the Nelson Mandela Foundation and will later address an Indian people group program.
PM Modi touched base here on Thursday evening on the second leg of his four-country five-day visit to the African Continent with an expect to upgrade shared collaboration and comprehension on significant issues of normal interest.
South Africa Minister of International Relations and Cooperation Nkoana-Mashabane and Minister for Small Business Lindiwe Zulu respected the Prime Minister at the Waterkloof Air Force Base.
Leader Modi will later go to an official lunch facilitated by President Zuma.
He will meet Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa, and take an interest in the India-South Africa Business Meet.
From that point, he will leave for Johannesburg. The Prime Minister is additionally anticipated that would visit Pietermaritzburg and Durban. Pietermaritzburg is the spot where Mahatma Gandhi was tossed out of the train compartment.
With South Africa, India collaborates and works nearly in multi-sidelong fora like BRICS, IBSA, G20 and BASIC.