THE 38th SADC Summit of Heads of State and Government to be held in Windhoek, Namibia on 17-18 August will review progress towards regional integration and socioeconomic development.
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INFRASTRUCTURE IS key to regional development and the program is being reviewed and adjusted for closer alignment with plans to industrialize the region and the African continent.
IF 25 May represents the day that Africa got rid of the remaining vestiges of colonization and apartheid, then 21 March is the day that the continent made a bold move to reform global trade.
AN EVENTFUL year awaits southern Africa in 2018 as the region intensifies efforts to deepen economic integration and achieve sustainable development and stability.
SADC GREW to include 16 Member States in 2017, and the steps towards integration and development advanced significantly as the region recorded achievements and began to develop strategies for the post 2020 agenda.
SOUTHERN AFRICA should move with speed to develop regional capacity to fund its own development programmes and reduce dependence on external resources.