South Africa

The United States exported nearly $279 million in food and agricultural products to South Africa during the 2013 fiscal year. Top exports include poultry, dairy products, planting seeds and prepared foods.

In 2010, the United States and South Africa signed a memorandum of understanding, laying out a framework for strategic dialogue between the two countries. The countries agreed to continue to deepen cooperation through regular consultation on strategic issues including food security, trade, investment, energy, health and education.

In 2012, the United States and South Africa signed a trade and investment framework agreement (TIFA), which amends the TIFA signed in 1999, in order to strengthen the U.S.-South Africa trade and investment relationship. 
 

Data & Analysis

July 2, 2015
Post expects that Zimbabwe’s corn imports will be significantly higher in the 2015/16 MY and may reach 900,000 tons...
July 1, 2015
USAID’s Southern Africa Trade Hub brought together regulators and standards organizations from across Southern Africa and the United States to discuss good regulatory practices.
June 18, 2015
The impact of the temporary and voluntary suspension of South African citrus exports to the European Union due to Citrus Black Spot (CBS) issues not as extensive as previously anticipated....