Limpopo Provincial Government officials to visit Namibia

22 Feb 2018 17:40pm
WINDHOEK, 22 FEB (NAMPA) – Officials from the Limpopo Provincial Government of South Africa will visit Namibia to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the four northern regions, Provincial Government Spokesperson, Phuti Seloba announced on Thursday.
The visit, which will stretch from 28 February till 02 March, is aimed at strengthening the established trade relations and cultural ties.
The rationale behind the undertaking, according to Seloba, is to conclude and officially sign a MoU with the Ohangwena, Oshana, Oshikoto and Omusati regions, which will be preceded by prior engagements with governors of these regions.
They will discuss issues pertaining to strengthening and consolidating relations in economic integration, social, agricultural, cultural, environmental and wildlife management.
The delegation will be led by Member of the Executive Council (MEC), Seaparo Sekoati, who will represent Premier Chupu Stanley Mathabatha.
Limpopo Province has been participating in the Ongwediva Trade Fair since 2006, while delegates from the four northern regions have also been participating in the annual Marula Festival of that province.