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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

[News24Wire] Minister of Environmental Affairs Edna Molewa has died, the SABC reported on Saturday.
 
[Swazi Media] Police fired gunshots in the air and grenades and rubber bullets during Swaziland's election as voters protested against completed ballot papers being taken away from a polling centre.
 
[The Herald] Nine Zimbabweans, among them a toddler, were killed yesterday when the bus they were travelling in was involved in an accident along the N1 Highway outside Polokwane City, Limpopo Province in South Africa. It is reported that the victims were passengers in an Intercape bus that was trav...
 
[News24Wire] A dramatic decline in the number of rhinos poached has been recorded since the start of 2018, compared to the same period last year, the Department of Environmental Affairs has confirmed.
 
[New Zimbabwe] The deputy head of a posh private Harare high school revealed to staff and students Friday that he is gay in a possible first for a country where homosexuals were once described as worse than dogs and pigs by the president.
 
[New Zimbabwe] The opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) has accused the government of taking advantage of the current cholera crisis to address to brutalize vendors in the in central Harare.
 
[New Zimbabwe] Former President Robert Mugabe's fledgling political brainchild, the National Patriotic Front (NPF), is in turmoil once again, this time over reports it was folding and its members probably retracing their roots to Zanu PF.
 
[The Herald] The majority of Zimbabweans would be happy to adopt the United States dollar or the Zimbabwe dollar as the sole currency and are adverse to the use of bond notes, according to a recent public opinion survey released by Afrobarometer yesterday.
 
[The Herald] Acting President Kembo Mohadi has said the Presidential Inputs Support Scheme should benefit all small-scale farmers countrywide regardless of their political affiliation to ensure national food security. He said traditional leaders should encourage communities to take up Government pro...
 
[The Herald] Outgoing British Ambassador to Zimbabwe Catriona Laing has commended improved ties between her country and Zimbabwe following two decades of strained relations that followed the implementation of the country's land reform programme.
 
[The Herald] GOVERNMENT has disbursed $20 million towards the importation of fuel as it moves to ease the supply gap across the country, which has seen some towns suffering temporary shortages resulting in queues at filling stations.
 
[News24Wire] President Cyril Ramaphosa will join a number of world leaders in New York in the US as he leads a delegation on a working visit to the city for the 73rd session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA).
 
[New Zimbabwe] The opposition MDC party's United States affiliate says it will stage protests against President Emmerson Mnangagwa at the United Nations General Assembly.
 
[The Herald] Acting President Kembo Mohadi yesterday described the bombing incident at White City Stadium in Bulawayo on June 23, as an unfortunate and horrific occupational hazard.
 
[The Herald] Government has allowed Glen View 5 Primary School to resume classes after its senior officials and Harare City Council were satisfied with the interventions taken to fight a cholera outbreak that has claimed 33 lives so far. The school, which was temporarily closed two weeks ago followi...
 
[News24Wire] Government is calling on all stakeholders to come together and address the escalating levels of violence in schools.
 
[New Zimbabwe] Washington -The December 12th Movement has said it will hold a "welcome" rally for President Emmerson Mnangagwa who is in the United States for the United Nations General Assembly.
 
[The Herald] Government will soon constitute an independent body aimed at reviewing and investigating complaints against the security arms of the State in line with the Constitution, a senior official has said. Secretary for Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Mrs Virginia Mabiza said the Ninth...
 
[The Herald] The move by the police and Harare City Council to remove street vendors in a bid to contain the cholera outbreak which has claimed 32 lives and affected some 3 000 other people has elicited mixed reactions.
 
[allAfrica] President Cyril Ramaphosa, who inherited a contracting economy from his scandal-ridden predecessor, today announced an economic stimulus and recovery plan for the country. The plan included spending of R50 billion ($3.5 billion) in what he called "reprioritised expenditure and new projec...
 
[Deutsche Welle] A country with no political parties and an absolute monarch, critics have called eSwatini's elections a sham. Authorities claim the polls "preserve its very rich cultures and traditions."
 
[The Herald] Cases of suspected cholera are beginning to decline in Harare following massive interventions put in place by the Government and its partners, Harare City acting health director Dr Clemence Duri has said.
 
[New Zimbabwe] Harare -The ministry of health says it has managed to contain the cholera outbreak in the capital Harare that has so far killed 32 people and infected 7,000 others.
 
[New Zimbabwe] For the umpteenth time, a joint operation to rid the capital's streets of illegal vendors between the police and Harare City Council failed Thursday as the defiant traders were back on the streets within minutes of running battles with the security forces.
 
[GroundUp] Some Zimbabwean teachers in the Western Cape have gone unpaid for as long as nine months because Home Affairs is dragging its feet when it comes to verifying Zimbabwe Exemption Permits (ZEP).
 
[ISS] Despite - or is it perhaps because of - increasing volumes of Chinese financing to Africa, that oft-reviled old banker, the International Monetary Fund (IMF), is making a comeback to the continent.
 
[The Conversation Africa] South Africa's Constitutional Court has delivered a unanimous judgment that certain parts of the country's drug laws are inconsistent with the right to privacy. Adults are now allowed to use, possess or cultivate cannabis in private for their own personal consumption.
 
[The Herald] The Ambrose Mutinhiri-led National Patriotic Front has disbanded and its officials are rejoining Zanu-PF after realising that the events that led to the removal of the Robert Mugabe-led government in November last year were in the best interests of the country.
 
[The Herald] Acting President Kembo Mohadi has described the tourism industry as a key building bloc towards Zimbabwe's vision to become a middle income economy by 2030 and called for increased youth participation in the sector.
 
[The Herald] The International Monetary Fund (IMF) yesterday said it was ready to help Zimbabwe craft a debt clearance strategy anchored on fundamental economic reforms. This comes after outgoing British Ambassador to Zimbabwe Catriona Laing made similar remarks on Tuesday that London was prepared t...
 

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