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Why you should celebrate South Africa

Often, looking at South Africa from the outside offers you a more positive outlook on the future of the country.

Former journalist and country manager at the International Marketing Council of SA, John Battersby, spoke to 702's John Robbie about promoting SA in the UK and why the country should be celebrated.

Battersby was responsible for the promotion of SA as the destination for trade, tourism and investment.

Listen to the conversation below:


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