SADC Today Volume 15 No.4, June 2013
SOUTHERN AFRICA is seeking investment
and finance for a US$64 billion programme to
improve transport, energy and other infrastructure
over the next five years.
The plan for 106 cross-border infrastructure
projects covering the priority sectors of energy,
transport, tourism, water, information communication
technology and meteorology was presented
to an infrastructure investment
conference hosted by SADC in the Mozambican
capital Maputo in late June.
SADC EXPECTS a relatively
higher output of cereals and
other crops during the 2012/13
season amid indications that
some countries in the region are
poised for a good harvest this
year despite disruptions caused
by erratic rains and flooding.
THE 21ST Ordinary Session
of the African Union met in
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, on the
historic date of the founding
of the Organisation of African
Unity 50 years ago, to deliberate
on current challenges and
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