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BILATERAL RELATIONS BETWEEN SOUTH AFRICA AND THE UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND 

South Africa and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland have a strong bilateral relationship dating back many centuries ago. 

The current bilateral relations between the two countries are conducted under the "SA-UK Bilateral Forum" which is expected to meet bi-annually.

The last session of the SA-UK Bilateral Forum was held in London on 19 October, 2015 and adopted Joint Communiqué which outlined an ambitious programme to further strengthen the partnership and promote security and prosperity of both countries.   

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During South Africa’s struggle for democracy (pre-1994), the British Anti Apartheid Movement had played a significant in supporting the South African people in their struggle against apartheid and to establish a democratic, non-racial, non-sexist society.

The South African High Commission in London is mandated to consolidate and expand bilateral relations between the two countries. The current focus of the South African government is to attract investments to address the challenges of poverty, inequality and poverty.

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