Minister Rob Davies in the UK to discuss Brexit and trade with SA

Minister of Trade and Industry Rob Davies says part of his two-day visit to the UK is to ensure there is no interruption in trade between SA and UK when it exits the European Union.

Davies says he will be meeting UK Secretary of State for International Trade Liam Fox to discuss trade relations.

He says discussions on cheaper chicken imports flooding SA will also be tackled.

Listen to the audio below to hear his comments on US President Donald Trump...


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