The South African Ambassador, H.E. Mninwa Mahlangu accompanied by the South African Consul General in Chicago, Ms Vuyiswa Tulelo and the Honorary Consul, Mr Lebert Shultz in Kansas City, MO, engaged various organisations and companies in Kansas City, MO and Chicago, IL promoting cooperation, trade, tourism and investment in South Africa, from 13 – 16 July 2015.

Amb Mahlangu , meeting Mayor Sly James

Ambassador Mahlangu with the Mayor of Kansas City, MO Mr James Sylveste

Amb with B V groupAmbassador Mahlangu with executives from “Black and Veatch Corporation”.

Amb Mahlangu with CG and Rev J JacksonAmbassador Mahlangu, Chicago Consul General Ms Vuyiswa Tulelo and Rev. Jesse Jackson Sr.

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