Minister Of Tourism Signs Memorandum Of Understanding With Kenya

Wednesday, 24 November, 2021 - 14:28
Minister of Tourism in SA and Cabinet Secretary of Tourism in Kenya pictured with the MOU

Hon. Najib Balala

Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta journeyed to South Africa between the 22nd and the 24th of November this year to assess South African and Kenyan interrelations as well as to potentially explore other points of mutual interest and benefit between South Africa and Kenya. 

The visit set out to reiterate the spirit of friendship between the two countries and reinforce their common objectives with regards to their futures and that of the continent of Africa entirely. Further solidifying the relationship and common interests shared between South Africa and Kenya, a number of memoranda were signed during the duration of their visit, including the Memorandum of Understanding in Tourism.

This signage would ensure a greater volume and investment into trade in each other's economies. This comes as a move to set an example for the entire continent and reiterate their common objectives in on an economic front through trade and investments.

Other memoranda were signed in the fields of Health, Diplomatic Consultation, Migration Matters, Transport Related Matters, and so on.