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Mauritius and South Africa will further collaborate to strengthen both friendly and bilateral ties and deepen partnership in various economic spheres in view of reinforcing cooperation for the mutual benefits of the two countries.
This was at the fore of discussions yesterday during a farewell call by the High Commissioner of South Africa to Mauritius, Dr Nomvuyo Nokwe, on the Prime Minister, Sir Anerood Jugnauth, at the New Treasury Building in Port Louis.
In a statement, the High Commissioner of South Africa, expressed satisfaction with regards to her meeting with the Prime Minister which she said was very convivial and fruitful. She further added that she was pleased about the several achievements in her term of office for the last four years whereby both South Africa and Mauritius worked towards deepening collaboration in various sectors among which, the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding with the Board of Investment Mauritius to promote trade and investment and the conclusion of a Double Tax Avoidance Agreement between the two countries.
Dr Nomvuyo Nokwe also spoke of the possibilities of collaboration raised by both parties in the fields of textile and manufacturing and the tourism sector as well as in tapping new avenues of cooperation.