Approval of the election’s results by SADC powers like South Africa and Angola will be critical for the legitimacy of the administration of the next president, who will succeed veteran incumbent Joseph Kabila on Jan. 18.
On the side-lines of the 10th Brics summit 2018 CNBC Africa spoke to Executive Secretary of SADC Stergomena Lawrence, on how SADC can collaborate with Brics on industrialisation and infrastructure development.
If the Southern African Development Community (SADC) is to take full advantage of the 4th Industrial Revolution its policies have to change to fall in line with global movements.
The SADC region recently gathered in South Africa to discuss how the 4th Industrial Revolution and the changes that need to be made in education systems to ensure the benefits of technological advancements are reaped. South Africa's minister of Basic Education, Angie Motshekga joins CNBC Africa for more.
Government officials and other stakeholders across the SADC region have gathered to discuss how the 4th industrial revolution can assist in developing key sectors.
Chris Saunders, University of Cape Town While each country in Southern Africa has its own politics, recent developments involving presidents provide interesting contrasts across the region. Which presidents gain and lose power in...
Laurie Nathan |University of Pretoria Every mediation to resolve a major conflict in Africa is based on a mandate that shapes the process and outcome of peacemaking. This is true of mediations in...
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