Southern Africa: All Hands On Deck As SADC Seeks Lasting Political Solution in Lesotho
The Southern African community is working tirelessly to ensure that stability is restored in the Kingdom of Lesotho, where political and security challenges are once again… Read more »
Southern Africa: Mixed Rainfall Pattern for SADC
Southern Africa is expected to record varying rainfall patterns for the upcoming agricultural season. Read more »
Africa: BRICS to Broaden Cooperation with Non-Members
The announcement by the BRICS countries that their summit, which opened 3 September in Xiamen City, China will consider the need to broaden cooperation with non-members is a… Read more »
Southern Africa: SADC Economic Outlook Generally Bright Despite Challenges
The economic situation in southern Africa is generally stable with most countries experiencing improved growth. Read more »
Southern Africa: Comoros, Burundi Apply to Join Regional Body
One of the key issues to be discussed by the 37th SADC Summit to open 19 August in Pretoria, South Africa is to expand the membership of the regional organization. Read more »
Africa: Brics Bank to Unlock Africa's Economic Potential
The launch of a regional development bank by the BRICS countries to service the African continent is a positive development that is expected to unlock the continent's… Read more »
Southern Africa: 'SADC Has a Story to Tell'
It is time the southern African region takes charge of its own narrative and tells the story about its major achievements and challenges. Read more »
Southern Africa: Towards the 'SADC We Want'
The continental vision of the "Africa We Want" defined by the African Union as Agenda 2063 serves as an inspiration for the sub-regions to review their own plans and vision for the… Read more »
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