#AfricaConnected: 'Learn to connect with each other using water, rail, and air'

Broadcaster and podcaster Lee Kasumba is travelling across Africa providing insights about business opportunities. She spent time with SA ambassador to Cote d'Ivoire, Dayanand Naidoo who told her that the role of South African markets in that country is very important.SA businesses can do business there.

He has really been pushing to make sure his entire team is working to ensure all the partners work better.

Lee Kasumba, Radio and TV presenter

She says Naidoo also focused on the challenges and importance of connectivity - for example being able to transport goods from one part of the continent to another.

In the shipping industry, for example, we often have to look to international companies to do that.

Lee Kasumba, Radio and TV presenter

He said if we as Africans could to learn how to connect with each other - using water, rail, and air - it would really make a huge difference.

Lee Kasumba, Radio and TV presenter

Follow Lee's journey on #AfricaConnected here

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