Monday, 7 July 2014

THE 34TH Summit of the Southern African Development Community will be held in August in Zimbabawe

The theme for the summit set for Victoria Fall, Zimbabwe is “SADC Strategy for Economic Transformation: Leveraging the Region’s Diverse Resources for Sustainable Economic and Social Development.”

As per the tradition, the host President, Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe will assume the SADC chair from his Malawian counterpart Peter Mutharika.

Malawi hosted the last SADC Summit in August 2013 in Lilongwe, Malawi.
The summit is expected to deliberate on a wide range of regional issues including infrastructure development and the general socio-economic situation in southern Africa.

Infrastructure development has been identified as a priority area of development in the region.
This is because a thriving economy depends on the existence of an efficient, seamless and cost-effective trans-boundary infrastructure network. Read More....


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