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Southern African News Features

SADC, partners strategize on regional energy development

by Kizito Sikuka – SANF 17 no 51
Southern Africa is endowed with a wealth of energy resources that include solar, hydro, wind and coal, yet the region continues to be affected by electricity shortages. The mismatch is unjustified and needs to be urgently addressed. Read more

A call for closer security cooperation between China and Africa

SANF 17 no 50 – by Nyarai Kampilipili and Tanaka Chitsa in Beijing, China
Economic ties between Africa and China are well documented and have grown at a faster rate than most other partnerships. Read more

João Lourenço to become Angola’s third President

SANF 17 no 49 – by Danai Majaha
“Mission accomplished. We will produce a better future for the country and the people.”

The Angolan President-elect João Lourenço said this soon after the National Electoral Commission (ENE) announced that the ruling Popular Movement for the Liberation of Angola (MPLA) had won the 23 August general elections. Read more

BRICS – A key player in global affairs

SANF 17 no 48 – by Tanaka Chitsa
There is need to intensify global efforts to address and close the widening gap between rich and poor countries, which continue to affect sustainable development. Read more

“SADC seized with the situation in Lesotho”

A deafening silence filled the room when the newly elected Prime Minister of Lesotho, Thomas Thabane interrupted the opening ceremony of the 37th SADC Summit that was held on 19-20 August in Pretoria, South Africa to make “an important announcement.” Read more

BRICS to broaden cooperation with non-members

SANF 17 no 46 – by Tanaka Chitsa
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 welcome development for Africa to strengthen partnership with developed and emerging economies. Read more

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