Abu Dhabi, UAEFriday 16 November 2018

Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May joins school children in dancing with Angie Motshekga, South African Minister of Basic Education during a visit to the ID Mkhize Secondary School in Gugulethu near Cape Town. Reuters

WATCH: British Prime Minister Theresa May dances with children in South Africa

British Prime Minister Theresa May danced with students from a Cape Town school on Tuesday as she visited the country on the first leg of a trade trip to Africa.

Mrs May also spoke with a group of senior students before leaving for a meeting with South African President Cyril Ramaphosa.

After visiting South Africa, she was due to travel on to Kenya and Nigeria where she would meet the countries' respective presidents.

Mrs May's visit will focus on a renewed partnership between the UK and Africa and will be joined by a business delegation with representatives of companies and startups from across the UK.


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