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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:

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58 Aster Street, Northmead Extension, Benoni

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1438, Av. Armando Tivane, Maputo

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17-19 Salciilor Street Constanta Romania

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+27 82 820 1946

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+258 21 486 461

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+40 341 148 191

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SADC News

[Namibia Economist] The City of Windhoek and Wingoc will be celebrate their 50th anniversary of Direct Reuse in Namibia, from 18 to 19 October, under the theme 'Direct Potable Reclamation With A Clean Bill' at the City of Windhoek Head Office.
 
[SciDev.Net] Blantyre City -Zambia has begun training healthcare workers in provinces that border the Democratic Republic of Congo so that rapid response teams have the necessary skills to prepare and respond to an Ebola outbreak.
 
[Nyasa Times] Vice-President Saulos Chilima who is in the United Kingdom (UK) on Monday some some members of the House of Lords and Scottish Members of Parliament in London where he analysed Malawi situation on corruption, agriculture economy, energy capacity and trade.
 
[The Herald] Zanu-PF Midlands Provincial vice chairman Cde Goodwill Shiri was killed in road accident yesterday evening after a bus, which was trying to avoid hitting stray donkeys, landed on top of his car.
 
[New Zimbabwe] THE Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) has slapped its director of news and current affairs with a US$1 million lawsuit in a case related to financial irregularities unearthed back in 2014.
 
[The Herald] South Africa stands ready to assist Zimbabwe so that the reforms it is implementing to turn around the economy succeed, South Africa's International Relations and Co-operation Minister Lindiwe Sisulu has said.
 
[This is Africa] Human rights activist Thulani Maseko is challenging King Mswati III's decision to change the Southern African nation's name to the Kingdom of eSwatini, calling it unconstitutional and a waste of resources in a country that can scarcely afford it.
 
[GroundUp] A resident claims that crime, not race, is at the root of the conflict
 
[News24Wire] President Cyril Ramaphosa is ill, and has been advised by doctors not to undertake "prolonged" travel, the Presidency says.
 
[Sascoc] South African Luke Davids has the world at his feet after winning the 100m gold medal at the Youth Olympics in Buenos Aires.
 
[News24Wire] The DA is expected to request Parliament's Joint Committee on Ethics and Members' Interests to investigate EFF chief whip Floyd Shivambu for payments allegedly received from VBS Mutual Bank.
 
[The Herald] Government will continue engaging all stakeholders and taking their views on board as it formulates a new media policy in line with the thrust of the new political dispensation and the Second Republic, Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Minister Monica Mutsvangwa has said.
 
[The Herald] GOVERNMENT has initiated the advancement of rural women and their integration into mainstream national development processes as equal participants and beneficiaries, Women Affairs, Community, Small and Medium Enterprise Development Minister Sithembiso Nyoni has said.
 
[News24Wire] The Presidency "categorically rejects" allegations that President Cyril Ramaphosa knew about corruption at VBS Bank but did not take action, the Presidency said.
 
[Daily Maverick] Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed Ali shares his predecessor predecessor Hailemariam Desalegn's view that democracy is key to Africa because of the urgent need to meet seismic demographic changes.
 
[Zimbabwe Standard] Former vice-president Joice Mujuru insists her National People's Party (NPP) is not crumbling even after she was deserted by her top lieutenants following a dismal performance during the July 30 harmonised elections.
 
[Zimbabwe Standard] Money transfer firm Western Union says Zimbabwe's ongoing foreign currency shortages are presenting some "unique challenges" amid growing reports that outlets in the country are disbursing only part of the remittances received from outside the country.
 
[The Herald] Zanu-PF has tentatively set December 11 to 16 as dates for its 17th Annual National People's Conference to be held in Esigodini, Matabeleland South Province, where 5 000 delegates are expected to attend. The proposed dates for the annual indaba are however, set to be confirmed by the pa...
 
[The Herald] Zimbabwe has received acclamation from the United Nations and the South Sudanese government for contributing the highest police contingent of highly -skilled personnel towards efforts to maintain peace and security.
 
[News24Wire] A "wildcat" strike by MyCiti bus drivers appeared to enter its second day on Tuesday as the bus service announced disruptions to several routes around Cape Town.
 
[New Zimbabwe] A Harare traffic cop was last week convicted for creating a fictitious ticket book and collecting fines from 104 unsuspecting motorists.
 
[Zimbabwe Standard] War veterans yesterday petitioned the Zanu PF leadership demanding the removal of former Cabinet ministers from their full-time positions in the party, threatening to remove the bigwigs from their offices if their demands are not met.
 
[The Herald] Government has set aside $4,2 million for the establishment of school laboratories and strengthening vocational skills as it seeks to attain Vision 2030 as enunciated by President Mnangagwa, a senior official has said.
 
[New Zimbabwe] The fraud trial of former energy minister Samuel Undenge over a controversial deal with tenderpreneur Wicknell Chivayo failed to start Monday because a key witness was not available.
 
[Daily Maverick] Saudi Arabia may pay a heavy diplomatic and financial price for the disappearance of dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi. International criticism of the Saudi government has been steadily amplifying, with threats of sanctions from the US and calls from European nations for a full i...
 
[News24Wire] A convicted paedophile from Fish Hoek was sentenced to 45 years in jail in the Wynberg Regional Court on Monday for 21 sexual offences described as "cruel, degrading and inhumane" punishment of two minor children.
 
[New Zimbabwe] A TOP ally of president Emmerson Mnangagwa has been killed in a horrific road accident.
 
[Namibian] WINDHOEK Swapo councillors are set to meet the ruling party's secretary general, Sophia Shaningwa, today to discuss the power struggle at the country's biggest municipality.
 
[ANGOP] Soyo -The provincial governor of Zaire, Pedro Makita Armando Júlia, Monday in Soyo, province of Zaire, pledged a permanent, transparent and open dialogue to resolve the main problems that afflict the population of the region.
 
[ANGOP] Luanda -The President of the Republic, João Lourenço, assured Monday in Luanda that the Angolan Executive will continue to work on the recovery of the national road network, especially on national highways.
 

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