'Trade relations between SA and Germany are very beneficial for both sides'
President Cyril Ramaphosa recently hosted German Chancellor Angela Merkel for her official visit, highlighting once again relations between the two countries.
South Africa is Germany’s largest trading partners in Africa.
Nickolaus Bauer, standing in for Eusebius McKaiser, spoke to German Ambassador to Southern Africa Martin Schaefer to find out more.
South Africa is a valued partner for us in defending our peaceful multilateral, rules-based world order.Martin Schaefer, German Ambassador to South Africa
We are very much on the toes of our Chinese friends and competitors in becoming once again the most important trade partner of South Africa. Last year Germany was number two with a turnover of approximately R300 billion.Martin Schaefer, German Ambassador to South Africa
I think the trade relations that South Africa has with Germany are very beneficial for both sides.Martin Schaefer, German Ambassador to South Africa
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