SADC

The Southern African Development Community (formerly the Southern African Development Coordinating Conference) is a 16-member regional group in Southern Africa established on 17 August 1992.

The Southern African Development Community (SADC) is committed to regional integration and poverty eradication within Southern Africa through economic development and ensuring peace and security. SADC covers a total of 556,781 square kilometres with a population of about 345 million.

Its member states are Angola, Botswana, Comoros, Democratic Republic of Congo, Eswatini, Lesotho, Madagascar, Malawi, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Seychelles, South Africa, Tanzania, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.

The vision of SADC is to build a region in which there will be a high degree of harmonisation and rationalisation to enable the pooling of resources to achieve collective self-reliance to improve the living standards of the people of the region.

The work of SADC is guided by SADC Treaty adopted in Windhoek, Namibia, in 1992. The Community has over 25 protocols dealing with issues such as corruption, illegal drug trafficking, extradition, defense, and control of firearms ammunition.SADC is made up of eight (8) principal institutions and organs. They comprise the Summit of Heads of State & Government, SADC Tribunal, Council of Ministers, Organ on Politics, Defense& Security Cooperation, Sectoral/Cluster Ministerial Committees, SADC Secretariat, Standing Committee of Officials, and SADC National Committees.

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The Tanzania Development Vision 2025

National Development, Tanzania

The Tanzania Vision 2025 aims at achieving a high-quality livelihood for its people to attain good governance through the rule of law and develop a strong and competitive economy.

Tanzania 2025 National Development

The Tanzania Vision 2025

Ministry of Finance and Planning, Tanzania

This national development plan has three principal objectives: achieving quality and good life for all; good governance and the rule of law; and building a strong and resilient economy that can effectively withstand global competition....

Tanzania 2025 National Development

National Financial Inclusion Strategy II 2024-2028

Ministry of Finance and National Planning

The National Financial Inclusion Strategy II (2024-2028) outlines strategic objectives aimed at achieving its vision. These objectives include ensuring universal access to affordable and regular usage of various financial products and services, improving the quality...

Zambia 2024 Finance

Zambia Eighth National Development Plan 2022-2026

The Eighth National Development Plan (8NDP) outlines Zambia’s developmental priorities and implementation strategies for 2022 to 2026, succeeding the Seventh National Development Plan (7NDP) in the nation’s journey towards achieving the Vision 2030 of becoming...

Zambia 2022 National Development

Monetary Policy Statement 2021

Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe

This policy highlights the macroeconomic policies to be pursued by the Bank in 2021, to ensure price and financial stability in the economy.

Zimbabwe 2021 Finance

Securities (Alternative Trading Platform) (Amendment) Rules, 2021, (No. 2)

Securities and Exchange Commission of Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe

This Statutory Instrument 154 of 2021 repeals and substitute subsections (5) and (6) of the Securities (Alternative Trading Platform) Rules, 2016, published in Statutory Instrument 100 of 2016. It also repeals the Securities (Alternative Trading...

Zimbabwe 2021 Finance

The 2021 National Budget Statement

Ministry of Finance, Zimbabwe

This document provides an overview of the domestic economy, inclusive growth and macro-stability, human capital development, well-being and social protection.

Zimbabwe 2021 Finance

2021 Zimbabwe Infrastructure Investment Programme

Ministry of Transport and Infrastructural Development, Zimbabwe

This programme prioritises interventions that create a supportive investment climate, improve infrastructure governance systems and reduce construction transaction costs, among others.

Zimbabwe 2021 Infrastructure and Construction

National Development Strategy 1 (2021 – 2025): An Overview

Ministry of Finance and Economic Development, Zimbabwe

This document outlines Vision 2030, National Development Strategy 1 (2021 – 2025), National Development Strategy 1 Architecture, National Development Strategy 1 process, pathway to the realisation of the 14 national Priorities.

Zimbabwe 2021 National Development

Monetary Policy Statement 2020/2021

Bank of Tanzania, Tanzania

This policy evaluates domestic economic performance and elucidates government monetary policy for the period 2020/21

Tanzania 2021 Finance

Monetary Policy Statement, 2021

Bank of Botswana, Botswana

The Monetary Policy Statement (MPS) is the Bank of Botswana statement to inform stakeholders about its monetary policy choices for the year following the review of last year’s economic policy, current economic conditions and the...

Botswana 2021 Finance

Botswana Stock Exchange Limited Members Rules

Botswana, Finance and Economic Development

This document provided the rules for all limited members of the Botswana Stock Exchange; market conducts, the conduct of business, authorization, and approval, defaults, and other general matters.

Botswana 2021 Finance

Related Party Transactions Guidelines

Botswana, Finance and Economic Development

These guidelines are to guide transactions between related parties to ensure proper disclosure of information between Non-bank Financial Institutions and their related parties in transactions.

Botswana 2021 Finance

CSDB Settlement Guarantee Fund Rules

Botswana, Finance and Economic Development

This document outlines the rules of the Central Securities Depository Company in Botswana (CSDB) regarding settlement guarantees in the Botswana Stock Exchange

Botswana 2021 Finance

BOCRA Campus Radio Licensing Framework

Botswana, Communication

This framework is the government’s policy aimed at training students in Campus Radios; to ensure they are well prepared for the job market after graduation.

Botswana 2021 Information, Communication and Technology