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Southern African News Features

South Africa’s investment essential to regional development

By Chengetai Madziwa – SANF 04 no 51
A recent report by the Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA) states that countries in the Southern African Development Community (SADC) can take advantage of investments made by South African companies in their countries to boost their economies. Read more

Business can play role in conflict resolution processes

By Bayano Valy – SANF 04 no 49
MAPUTO, 3 June 2004 – Participants to the Africa Economic Summit taking place in the Mozambican capital Maputo have underscored the need to include business in conflict resolution processes across the African continent. Read more

African countries urged to show indignation at West unfair trade practices

By Bayano Valy – SANF 04 no 48
MAPUTO, 3 June 2004 – A leading economist with the World Economic Forum has called on African leaders to unite in condemning unfair trade practices that the developed world uses in dealing with the continent. Read more

African leaders discuss ways to accelerate economic development

By Bayano Valy – SANF 04 no 47
The Africa Economic Summit 2004 opened on Wednesday in the Mozambican capital Maputo focusing on a wide-ranging agenda of development challenges currently facing the continent as it searches for ways of accelerating economic reform. Read more

Regional trade experts prepare common strategy for EU negotiations

By Bayano Valy –  SANF 04 no 46
Trade experts from eight southern Africa countries met recently in the Mozambican capital Maputo to prepare a negotiating strategy for the forthcoming round of negotiations with the European Union (EU) within the African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) framework to be launched in Windhoek, Namibia. Read more

Public-private sector partnership key to success of tourism

by David Martin in Arusha, Tanzania –  SANF 04 no 61
Increased cooperation between the public and private sectors is essential if Tanzania’s potential is to be realized, the Minister for Natural Resources and Tourism, Zakia Meghji said opening the Karibu Tanzania Travel and Trade Fair in Arusha. Read more

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