South African President Jacob Zuma will arrive in Kenya Monday 10th October 2016 for a State visit.
The president expected to be accompanied by a huge business delegation.
State House Spokesman Manoah Esipisu gave the itinerary of Jacob Zuma three-day visit in Kenya.
Among key issues on the agendas to be discussed is the candidature of CS Foreign Affairs Amina Mohamed who has been fronted for the post of the chairperson of the African Union.
The two leaders also in length to discuss trade; look into plea made by Kenya on what costly tea levies and if possible they can be waived.
Kenya on her part does not charge visa fees on visiting South Africans or those passing through the country.
According to State House Spokesperson Manoah Esipisu during a press briefing at State House Sunday, President Kenyatta reached out to a number of heads of state including President Zuma before and after candidature of CS Mohamed was made public.
Kenya has fronted Ms Mohamed to succeed Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, who will be seeking an elective post in South Africa.
The visit yet of another high profile figure in Nairobi along with huge business delegation is an indicator that Kenya has become of age as business magnet and a hub in Africa.