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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

[The Herald] President Mnangagwa has declared a State of Disaster the incident in which between 60 and 70 artisanal miners are believed to have perished after mining shafts at Cricket No 3 and Jongwe Mining Cooperative mines in Mhondoro-Ngezi were flooded on Tuesday.
 
[The Herald] Prolific writer Charles Lovemore Mungoshi has died. He was 72. Mungoshi died in the early hours today after battling ill health for nearly a decade.  Mourners are gathered at his family house in Chitungwiza and funeral arrangements are yet to be announced.
 
[New Zimbabwe] ZIMBABWE'S unrepentant government faces renewed European Union (EU) sanctions in the wake of recent army killings and claims of rape, among some serious rights violations pinned on the Emmerson Mnangagwa led administration.
 
[New Zimbabwe] ZIMBABWE'S inflation rate has surged to a ten year record of 56.90 percent, according to figures released by the country's statistics agency.
 
[SAnews.gov.za] Cabinet has called on all eligible voters who have not registered to vote in the upcoming elections to do so at the offices of the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC), which are still open across the country.
 
[ISS] South Africa's election to chair the African Union (AU) in 2020 confirms the return of major powers on the continent to steer the organisation's affairs.
 
[Namibian] The government, through the ministry of gender equality, has decriminalised baby dumping to allow mothers to leave their unwanted newborn babies at safe places without the risk of prosecution.
 
[The Herald] President Mnangagwa has declared Harare Metropolitan Province and other areas a state of disaster due to the intermittent outbreaks of cholera. The notice was published in the Government Gazette General Notice 268 of 2019 yesterday.
 
[Nyasa Times] Chairperson of the Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC), Jane Ansah has again urged political leaders o practice modern politics by engaging in issue-based campaign.
 
[263Chat] Zimbabwe's hopes of raising mineral contribution to the economy from the current $2,4 billion to $12 billion per annum by 2023 has received a major boost following the coming on board of a Canadian based Polaris Seismic International Limited to further explore the country's geology.
 
[263Chat] China has urged Zimbabwe to adopt use of drones in the agriculture sector to bring more efficiency and maximum productivity.
 
[News24Wire] Cape Town -Cricket South Africa (CSA ) has thrown its weight behind athlete Caster Semenya and her fight for gender equality ahead of her landmark hearing at the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) next week.
 
[The Conversation Africa] An estimated 9% of the 458 fish species assessed in Lake Malawi are at high risk of extinction. This is worrying, not least because the lake, and the fish species that occupy it, are very unique.
 
[Namibian] THE ENTRY into force of the Child Care and Protection Act 3 of 2015 on 7 February 2019 has changed the age of majority in Namibia. It is now 18 years, while it was 21 before.
 
[News24Wire] Former Mozambican finance minister Manuel Chang has been denied bail by the Kempton Park Magistrate's Court.
 
[The Herald] President Mnangagwa on Wednesday last week held a meeting with leaders of political parties in the country to lay the foundation for dialogue. Here, Our Senior Reporter Tendai Mugabe speaks to MDC leader Thokozani Khupe on what transpired and issues around dialogue.
 
[The Herald] The country has been hit by African Swine Fever (ASF) which has already caused the death of 156 pigs in Nyakomba and Nyamaropa areas in Manicaland.
 
[The Herald] Kadoma -Tinashe Kaitano, who was alleged by MDC-Alliance and its non-governmental organisations associates to have been killed by security forces during the illegal demonstrations organised by the opposition party last month, was yesterday sentenced to three years in jail.
 
[The Herald] Zanu-PF yesterday said claims by the MDC-Alliance's Nelson Chamisa that MDC-T late leader Mr Morgan Tsvangirai died a bitter man after the ruling party reneged on a deal to co-opt him into President Mnangagwa's Government were cheap propaganda by officials in the opposition who themselv...
 
[The Herald] The United States must stop lecturing Zimbabwe on how to conduct its affairs as it has no moral ground to do so, Zanu-PF has said. In a statement yesterday, the ruling party's Secretary for Information and Publicity Cde Simon Khaya Moyo said the Trump administration should disabuse itse...
 
[SAnews.gov.za] The Presidential Cabinet Committee on Eskom is set to brief President Cyril Ramaphosa on a daily basis on progress made to resolve the challenges at Eskom.
 
[SAnews.gov.za] Work to retrieve the bodies of the people trapped at the Gloria coal mine must continue, says Mineral Resources Minister Gwede Mantashe.
 
[SAnews.gov.za] Drop everything for 30 minutes and read a book - that's the message from Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga as she jumpstarted the reading revolution on Friday.
 
[SAnews.gov.za] The North West is making progress in strengthening governance and eradicating corruption, says the province's Premier, Professor Job Mokgoro.
 
[SAnews.gov.za] Former Land Bank chief executive officer Philemon Mohlahlane, 63, has been sentenced to seven years in prison for defrauding the entity of six million rand.
 
[News24Wire] The City of Johannesburg on Thursday disconnected electricity connection services to the head offices of the South African Municipal Workers' Union (Samwu) in the inner city due to non-payment for municipal services.
 
[263Chat] Despite an ambitious economic reform agenda, Zimbabwe's economic freedom score dropped down 3.6 points to a mere 40.4 on the Heritage Foundation's latest Index of Economic Freedom, making its economy the 6th least free in the 2019 Index. Major factors contributing to this dismal score incl...
 
[News24Wire] Deputy National Director of Public Prosecutions (NDPP) Willie Hofmeyr is of the view that it is unlawful to place a prosecutor in a jurisdiction where they have no powers, he told the Mokgoro inquiry on Friday.
 
[News24Wire] The sentencing of a Limpopo pastor who was convicted of raping two teenage girls will now only take place next month.
 
[News24Wire] EFF MP Nazier Paulsen made a quick appearance in the Cape Town Magistrate's Court on Friday over the alleged theft of a laptop while still at the Western Cape legislature.
 

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