Published: Tue, August 28, 2018
Worldwide | By Angelina Lucas

Britain supports 'legal' land reform in SA, says Theresa May

Britain supports 'legal' land reform in SA, says Theresa May

The PM May danced with school children in Cape Town, South Africa, as she began a three-day visit to Africa.

May's trade trip to South Africa - which will be followed by stops in Kenya and Nigeria - comes as Britain seeks to shore up trade partners ahead of their exit next year from the European Union.

Britain's overseas aid a year ago was 13.9 billion pounds ($18 billion).

United Kingdom officials have indicated they hope the trip will counter stereotypes of Africa, citing the Band Aid charity efforts as having framed attitudes among some older Britons since the 1980s.

The prime minister said the trip would be a "unique opportunity at a unique time for the UK".

"It is in the world's interest to see that those jobs are created, to tackle the causes and symptoms of extremism and instability, to deal with migration flows and to encourage clean growth", she added.

Mrs. May went on to say she wants a healthy business relationship with Africa.

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United Nations figures put annual UK investment in the continent at $55bn - ahead of France's $49bn and second to the U.S. on $57bn.

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Apartheid was declared a crime against humanity but the African National Congress government, seeking land reform, has committed no crime.

The ship's bell was given to BBC reporter Steve Humphrey in 2017 in a plastic bag at Swanage Pier, Dorset, after an anonymous phone call - and will now be handed back by Mrs May.

She then heads to Nigeria, where she'll meet President Muhammadu Buhari on Wednesday as well as speak to victims of modern slavery.

After a bilateral meeting with South African President Cyril Ramaphosa, she is expected to visit Robben Island, where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned.

On Thursday, she will meet Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta, shortly after his return from seeing US President Donald Trump in Washington and before he travels to China to meet President Xi Jinping.

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