Jacob Zuma, South Africa’s President, said, “After I leave Iran, I’ll surely come back and travel to Isfahan as a tourist. My recommendation to people is to not to ignore Isfahan as a tourist destination.”
In a ceremony held in Tehran on Sunday, high-ranking officials from Iran and South Africa signed eight memorandums of understanding (MoUs) to broaden the relations between the two countries in a range of fields.
President Hassan Rouhani officially welcomed his visiting South African counterpart Jacob Zuma in Tehran on Sunday.
Deputy Foreign Minister for Arab and African Affairs Hossein Amir Abdollahian says today Chinese, Indian and Turkish companies are turning into big economic and trade players in South Africa which further underlines the need for targeted and efficient planning of Iran’s private sector in the South African market and investment of that country in Iran.
Head of Marketing Department at Amir Kabir Petrochemical Company Diako Abbasi said plans are underway to open new petrochemical offices in Africa.
An Iranian oil tanker has called at an African port for the first time since the removal of US-led sanctions on Tehran's nuclear program, an official said.
Zimbabwe’s Small to Medium Enterprises and Cooperative Development Minister Sithembiso Nyoni said on Tuesday that Iran has expressed interest in partnering in a project to breed up to 2,000 ostriches in the African country.
The Nigerian government is in cahoots with the Western powers, the Zionist regime and Takfiri-Salafi groups to push the Shiites to the sidelines or eliminate them.
Leader of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky underlined that the Boko Haram terrorist group doesn’t exist and it is a failed plot hatched by Nigeria's spy agencies.
Iran’s foreign minister and Tehran-based foreign ambassadors have marked Africa Day in Iran.