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South Africa

Summary

South Africa has the largest economy in sub-Saharan Africa. It plays an important role in regional institutions such as the African Union and its presence in the G20 and the BRICS marks its status as an emerging global power. FCDO Southern Africa is increasingly working with South Africa on issues which have an impact beyond its borders, such as regional trade and climate change. From 2015, FCDO’s bilateral programme in South Africa will end, reflecting a new relationship between the UK and South Africa.

Top priorities

  • creating growth and jobs
  • tackling HIV and reducing maternal and child deaths
  • promoting inclusive and low carbon growth
  • preventing violence against women

Further resources

FCDO Operational Plan for Southern Africa
South Africa page on GOV.UK website

Note: Many country summaries were written prior to the creation of the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office, and are being incrementally refreshed.

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Sectors

Sectors groups as a percentage of country budgets according to the Development Assistance Committee's classifications.

Budget More information about Programme status

Programme budget total by year approved at the Programme level to date.

£10.4M

2022/2023

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Please note that although budgets are generally split by year, some departments publish budgets that span multiple years. These are represented in the first year of their allocation. Cross-government allocations such as Prosperity Fund and Conflict, Stability and Security Fund are known to duplicate budgets published by other departments, as well as using multi-year budgets.

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