- African cities can benefit from twinning with Chinese counterparts
- SADC strategizes on post-2020 development agenda
- SADC enjoying sustained power generation surplus
- SADC eyes energy investment as industrialisation agenda gathers momentum
SADC HAS commenced the process of formulating a new cooperation and regional integration strategy to succeed the current development blueprint that is expected to end in 2020.
This book prepared by SARDC for the 36th SADC Summit in Swaziland 30-31 August 2016, provides a public record of SADC activities and achievements in the past year, including implementation of the industrialization agenda and the operationalisation of the regional development fund.
These books present a comprehensive regional perspective of progress towards implementation of SADC energy policies.
This is the sixth edition of the respected publication tracking progress towards gender equality and equity in southern Africa through the SADC Protocol on Gender and Development, and covers the main subject areas of the protocol including constitutional and legal rights, governance, education and training, etc.
This report is a compilation of some preparatory work that informed the SADC Industrialisation Strategy and Roadmap approved by SADC leaders in April 2015. Related policy briefs give insights into the mining sector, agriculture and manufacturing, finance, and trade. Read more>>>
The Zambezi Environment Outlook provides an integrated analysis of the shared natural resources of the Zambezi River Basin, taking into account the ecological, social and economic issues, as these factors are critical to achieving sustainability in the Basin.
Peace is a prerequisite for development and there can be no peace without development. For southern Africa, political stability has become a rallying point for closer cooperation and means towards attaining the overall regional objective of poverty eradication. Read more>>>