JOHANNESBURG: British Prime Minister Theresa May has started a three-nation visit to Africa in Cape Town, where she is to meet South African President .

In an effort to strengthen Britain‘s economic relations with Africa, ahead of the UK‘s departure from the in March 2019, May will be visiting three of Africa‘s largest economies, , and .

Arriving in a rainy Cape Town on Tuesday morning, May came with Britain‘s trade minister and a delegation of 29 business leaders. May‘s trip is to highlight her aim to significantly increase Britain‘s trade in Africa.

May‘s trip is the first working visit by a British leader to South Africa since 2011.
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