Johannesburg - International Relations and Cooperation Minister Naledi Pandor has arrived in New York, where where she is leading a South African delegation to the UN General Assembly (UNGA), where she will, among other things, woo investors.
Speaking on arrival on arrival on Sunday, Pandor said: "I think South Africa remains a very attractive country for investors ... we will call on them to respond to the President's [Cyril Ramaphosa] invitation to his annual investment conference ...
"We have had, I think, very positive success in the last year ... we'd like to see even more from the meeting in November this year."
"We are doing all that we can in order to build appropriate incentives for those who wish to invest in our country.
"We also have made a very big push, for example, on changes to our immigration law in order to allow more and more tourists access to South Africa because we believe tourism is a big growth area for our country."