South Africa, Malawi and Zimbabwe are creating administrative difficulties that have prevented Mozambican companies from exporting their products under the SADC Protocol, Mozambique's Minister of Industry and Commerce Ragendra de Sousa has said, adding that Mozambique would use its geographical location as a "weapon".
Govt Unhappy About South Africa, Zimbabwe, Malawi Trade Restrictions
allAfrica, 23 July 2019
Mozambique's Minister of Industry and Commerce Ragendra de Sousa has accused South Africa, Malawi and Zimbabwe of creating administrative difficulties that have prevented… Read more »
Mozambique Warns Mnangagwa Over Beer Ban
New Zimbabwe, 25 July 2019
Economic relations between Zimbabwe and Mozambique seem to be heading for the rocks after President Emmerson Mnangagwa's administration banned various products from the… Read more »
Intra-Continental Trade Africa's Responsibility
Botswana Daily News, 24 July 2019
While actively seeking better trade terms for their goods and services in the global system, African nations should however not neglect the promotion of intra-African economic… Read more »
Industrialisation, Transformation Crucial for Growth
SAnews.gov.za, 24 July 2019
Industrialisation and transformation are at the centre of the Department of Trade and Industry's efforts to grow the South African economy. Read more »
Zimbabwe Has Potential to be Region's Biggest Fish Producer
The Herald, 25 July 2019
Zimbabwe has the potential to become one of the region's biggest fish producers with a vibrant aquaculture in the SADC region, analysts have said. Read more »
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