And before leaving for Kenya on his final leg of 4- nations tour, he will interact with the Indian community in Dar Es Salaam.
The encounter influenced Gandhi's decision to resist racial segregation and other injustices with nonviolent protest, first while living in South Africa and then in India.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is on a five-day tour to Africa, is all set to address the Indian diaspora at Kasarani Stadium.
The communique said in response to Kenya's request to develop its film industry, India offered to consider deputation of Indian faculty to the School of Film Making in Nairobi.
Modi got a pleasant surprise when Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta joined him at the venue unannounced.
Modi pitched for a world free from terror and hate, saying safety and security of people and societies is essential for realising the benefits of economic progress.
Among the agreements signed on Monday, two pertained to lines of credit from India to Kenya - one on development of various small and medium enterprises and the other on upgrading a textile factory.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrives by train at the railway station in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa, on Saturday. Our development priorities are more or less aligned.As true and trusted partner, India is ready to share its development experiences and expertise, and concessional credit and capacities to assist in Kenya's development objectives.
The trip also comes after visits by President Pranab Mukherjee to Ghana, Ivory Coast and Namibia last month and by vice-president Hamid Ansari to Morocco and Tunisia in May-June.
He expressed his appreciation to the Prime Minister for making the time to visit the province of KwaZulu-Natal as part of his two-day state visit to South Africa. "Closer cooperation in field of maritime security occupies an important place in our defence and security engagement", he said.
We recognize that without the opportunities for the success of our youth, our societies can not grow.
PM Modi noted that both India and Kenya have young populations and both cultures value education.
"Improving the quality of life for the ordinary Indian, that is the main task of my government", he said. Before addressing the joint press meet both the leaders witnessed the exchange of five agreements across various sectors between India and Tanzania.