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Business Support in Southern Africa

Welcome to Pro SADC!


The Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) consists of fifteen member countries: Angola, Botswana, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Lesotho, Madagascar, Malawi, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Seychelles, South Africa, Swaziland, United Republic of Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe. These countries strive to work together towards, among many other values, economic stability and growth, and are some of the most stable regions in Africa.

We at ProSADC understand the region and its realities and challenges, and through our own learning curve, accumulated the knowledge to offer a business support platform to help you establish your business in this region. We offer not only a business consultancy, but also look to culture, tourism, social diversity and tolerance perspectives. We can offer you the tools to develop your own business, but above all, we assure you that you can always count on us to find the right business partner for your African business venture. You can trust us to answer your questions timeously, and mostly for free. We can assist you with various aspects of your marketing plan, as well as information on processes like due diligence, government systems and institutions, and most other aspects about the Southern African business market and community.

Quite a few countries in the SADC region, (such as Mozambique, Angola, Madagascar, Mauritius, Tanzania, Namibia and even South Africa) are still not in a position to offer prompt and concise information to their visitors, whether they are investors, business brokers, traders, acquisition agents, tourists, volunteers or simply people looking for information. We are in the position to offer information about our region, whether it is business or cultural, to promote SADC and attract people to the SADC countries. We have the resources to offer business opportunities, information about available funds, and which opportunities exist in which countries. We understand ISO 9001 and most of all are capable of using and integrating international know-how into our specific cultures and business behaviours.

We are helping intra-regional and international trade with countries as Zimbabwe, Zambia, Lesotho, Swaziland, Malawi and DRC. Logistics operators have now a new opportunity to use systems like LoadSmart.Net for more cost effective freight transport transactions. This means saving hours of research on slow internet connections, as we have made it easier for you. We have listed and rated potential business partners who can offer you customised services, at discounted rates, in reasonable time and conditions.

To see the full scope of services we can provide to you, we are inviting you to browse our site, and see for yourself or contact us directly. You can now go a long way to establishing successful business relationships in our region. Whether you need a load for your empty truck, or an introduction to a real estate agent, organize an online conference, participate to a tender, optimize your operations, become more visible, we are here for you.


You can find us in:

South Africa Mozambique Romania


58 Aster Street, Northmead Extension, Benoni


1438, Av. Armando Tivane, Maputo



17-19 Salciilor Street Constanta Romania


+27 82 820 1946


+258 21 486 461


+40 341 148 191

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[News24Wire] More than 200 South Africans have applied for Australian humanitarian visas in light of recent comments by the country's minister of home affairs. According to a 9Nine News report, there are 89 applications relating to 213 people seeking visas in this category.
[News24Wire] National Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete says an external service provider has been appointed to look into the feasibility of moving Parliament to Pretoria.
[News24Wire] Mozart composed his first symphony when he was 9 years old and Picasso was 7 when he picked up his first paintbrush. But closer to home, Traigh Pathon from Athlone played his first round of golf at the tender age of 4.
[VOA] South Africa's investigation into the influential Gupta family has cut a wide swath through the country.The family, which fled South Africa earlier this year, stands accused of high-level corruption going up all the way to the office of former President Jacob Zuma.
[The Herald] Former Zanu-PF national political commissar and G40 kingpin Mr Saviour Kasukuwere returned home yesterday after spending six months and six days in self-imposed exile. He fled the country last November alongside other G40 cabalists, Professor Jonathan Moyo and Mr Patrick Zhuwao, who rem...
[Bhekisisa] Everyone knows about KZN's cancer crisis but no one is talking about the other provinces that operate on just one radiation oncologist -- or less.
[New Zimbabwe] Former President Robert Mugabe's political pet-project has all but gone up in smoke if leaked recordings are anything to go by.
[News24Wire] Sports and Recreation Minister Tokozile Xasa stands by her strongly-worded statement on the controversial incident involving former Springbok winger Ashwin Willemse, after MultiCoice said it didn't find any racism in the event.
[IPI] JournalistĀ Rafael Marques de Morais, who has braved decades of harassment and prosecution to expose corruption and human rights abuses in his native Angola, has been named the International Press Institute (IPI)'s 70th World Press Freedom Hero.
[The Herald] Police Commissioner-General Godwin Matanga yesterday rallied the Zimbabwe Republic Police to come up with new strategies in the fight against corruption and complement Government efforts to end all forms of graft. He said President Mnangagwa had commissioned anti-corruption courts to sp...
[Maka] Journalist Rafael Marques de Morais, who has braved decades of harassment and prosecution to expose corruption and human rights abuses in his native Angola, has been named the International Press Institute (IPI)'s 70th World Press Freedom Hero.
[News24Wire] Supra Mahumapelo has announced that he is taking "early retirement" as premier of the North West.
[Namibian] Works minister John Mutorwa suggested two weeks ago that the board and the chief executive of the troubled Roads Contractor Company be fired.
[The Herald] Villagers of Nembire area in Mt Darwin West are facing a critical shortage of food due to the erratic rains that affected the area this farming season.
[New Zimbabwe] Home Affairs Minister Obert Mpofu says his former cabinet colleague Saviour Kasukuwere was welcome back home and has allayed speculation the government harboured plans to pursue vendettas against his once bitter Zanu PF rival.
[New Zimbabwe] Belgian giants Anderlecht have reportedly joined the race to sign Zimbabwe captain Knowledge, who was last week linked with a move to fellow Jupiler Pro League to Standard Liege.
[New Zimbabwe] The Supreme Court on Tuesday upheld an appeal by MDC-T leader Nelson Chamisa in his row with rival Thokozani Khupe over the use of the opposition party's party name, symbol and logo.
[The Herald] Mashonaland East war veterans leadership has urged 11 Zanu-PF aspiring candidates who lost in the Goromonzi South constituency primary elections to iron out their differences and unite ahead of the forthcoming harmonised elections.
[New Zimbabwe] A Zimbabwe National Army soldier was Tuesday slapped with a seven-year jail term for setting his pregnant girlfriend on fire.
[The Conversation Africa] Understanding children's nutritional status is important. Globally, nearly half of all deaths in children under five are caused by malnutrition. This is due to a lack of sufficient and nutritious food as well as a range of other factors such as healthcare, education, sanita...
[Namibian] State-owned military communications equipment company Sat-Com says it is retrenching 33 of its 70 employees, amid a revelation that the ministry of defence owes the company N$100 million.
[The Herald] The United Kingdom has welcomed Zimbabwe's application to rejoin the Commonwealth, pledging its support for the southern African nation's bid to be a member of the 53-member bloc. Britain Foreign Secretary Mr Boris Johnson described the development as "fantastic" news.
[New Zimbabwe] Calls have been made for government to remove the country's central registry servers from Josiah Magama Tongogara Barracks (formerly KG6) to a friendlier environment.
[Namibian] A pensioner was raped by a 23-year-old suspect at Olupumbu village in the Oshana region, while two people died from knife stabbings in separate incidents on Friday and Saturday, respectively.
[New Zimbabwe] Riot police had to protect former deputy prime minister Thokozani Khupe at the Supreme Court after activists claimed to be from Nelson Chamisa-led MDC-T party charged her, chanting 'hure! hure! hure!'
[The Source] Surface Wilmar, the local unit of Singapore giant Wilmar International says it has submitted a proposal to government to acquire 50 percent of the struggling Cotton Company of Zimbabwe (Cottco).
[New Zimbabwe] "Tyson remains Tyson. Relaxed. Going farming. You know we are beneficiaries of the land reform. There is business to be done, that is the future," said Saviour Kasukuwere as he returned home Tuesday.
[The Herald] Harare Residents' Trust director Mr Precious Shumba has accused some sitting MDC-T councillors of vote-buying and pocketing thousands of dollars from desperate home-seekers after promising to allocate them residential stands when they assumed office.
[The Herald] The Special Prosecuting Unit is not meant to supersede or undermine the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission, but to reinforce its operations by ensuring a well-coordinated and comprehensive approach where all the investigating arms and prosecution elements operate in a coordinated manne...
[The Herald] Demands by some opposition political parties that they should be involved in the printing of ballot papers to be used in this year's harmonised elections are outrageous as they are fully aware of the independence of constitutional bodies such as the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission, which ...

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