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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

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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

[New Zimbabwe] President Emmerson Mnangagwa's Zanu PF party is heading for turbulent waters again, it has emerged.
 
[Mozambique News Reports And Clippings] Frelimo won Maputo city:
 
[The Herald] United Nations agencies on Friday donated more than $3 million towards the fight against cholera, which has killed 54 people mainly in Harare. The World Health Organisation poured in $1 004 088 for strengthening response to and management of cholera and other epidemic-prone diseases in ...
 
[New Zimbabwe] VICE president Constantino Chiwenga is hospitalised in South Africa, the presidency admitted Monday, adding that he was expected to return home this week.
 
[New Zimbabwe] Air Zimbabwe passengers were left seething with anger at the weekend after a plane chattered by the troubled flag-carrier developed problems mid-air only to be refused emergency landing in Bulawayo.
 
[The Herald] Johannesburg -A major South African publication, the Sunday Times, has admitted writing falsehoods against Zimbabwe as it pushed a nefarious agenda for some South African political interests. The Sunday Times has wide readership in South Africa and has a bureau in Zimbabwe where it enjo...
 
[News24Wire] The rape trial of pastor Timothy Omotoso is expected to continue on Monday in the Eastern Cape High Court in Port Elizabeth.
 
[News24Wire] The ANC's top 6 will on Monday meet with officials from Limpopo after two of the province's top 5 were implicated in an explosive South African Reserve Bank (SARB) report into the collapse of VBS Mutual Bank.
 
[AIM] Maputo -The Maputo City Elections Commission on Sunday announced the "intermediate count" from the municipal election held last Wednesday, confirming that the ruling Frelimo Party will remain in control of the Mozambican capital.
 
[AIM] Maputo -The Tete District Elections Commission (CDE) in western Mozambique on Saturday declared that the ruling Frelimo Party has won the election for the Tete Municipal Assembly, held on Wednesday - but the main opposition party, the former rebel movement Renamo, is rejecting this as fraudule...
 
[AIM] Maputo -The peace process in Mozambique "is irreversible", declared Caifardine Manasse, the Central Committee Secretary for Propaganda and Mobilisation of the ruling Frelimo Party, on Saturday.
 
[News24Wire] Major General Andre Lincoln, a policeman chosen by then-president Nelson Mandela to head an elite presidential investigative unit, has won an appeal in a civil case against the police minister in the Western Cape High Court.
 
[New Zimbabwe] Former vice president Phelekezela Mphoko's son, Siqokoqela and wife Nomagugu appeared before a Bulawayo magistrate Friday facing fraud and extortion charges respectively.
 
[New Zimbabwe] The Southern African Trade Union Coordination Council (SATUCC) has condemned last week's arrest of union leaders and activists in Harare.
 
[The Herald] Zimbabwe will only achieve sustainable economic recovery and growth if it imports machinery to boost production in agriculture, mining and other sectors of the economy, instead of borrowing money, United Family International Church founder Prophet Emmanuel Makandiwa has said.
 
[Botswana Daily News] Matshelagabedi -Ms Timbu Ntjenje, 43, has found a niche in the rabbit production business.
 
[New Era] Windhoek -Namibia needs approximately N$105 million monthly to fully protect her population of more than 3 500 rhinos, including those in private ownership.
 
[The Herald] Government has availed nearly US$7 million for the purchase of medicines, a development set to ease drug shortages and price distortions. Some pharmacies were closed last week and those still operational resorted to charging in US dollars while some increased their prices by up to 500 p...
 
[The Herald] A serious shortage of drugs for chronic ailments including high blood pressure (BP) and diabetes has hit most rural health centres in Beitbridge West constituency where about 10 percent of the population are on these drugs, an official has said.
 
[The Herald] The Zimbabwe Building Contractors' Association (ZBCA) has commended Government for the $50 million loan facility introduced by the central bank to ease viability constraints threatening the completion of projects.
 
[The Herald] Five people from Buhera died recently from the cholera outbreak putting the national death toll at 54, a Cabinet minister has said. The majority of the deceased were mainly from Harare's Glen View and Budiriro suburbs.
 
[The Herald] Wild animals in and around Lake Kariba have killed 12 people in the past two months, with authorities urging residents to be more careful when moving around or engaging in fishing activities.
 
[The Herald] Zimbabwe will not import maize as it has become food secure, with farmers having so far delivered 1,1 million tonnes to the Grain Marketing Board for the 2018 marketing season, thanks to the successful Command Agriculture programme.
 
[The Herald] Illegal taxis, vendors and commuter omnibuses occupying parking bays within the Central Business District are costing Harare City Council's parking unit, City Parking, over $2 million in revenue annually. According to the company's half-year review report to July 2018, the taxis and kom...
 
[The Herald] Chief Justice Luke Malaba has challenged lawyers to critique court decisions as this can have a beneficial impact in the improvement of the country's legal system. He said the Judiciary was open to robust criticism and would not approve anything that seeks to curry favour with it.
 
[The Herald] Zimbabwe coach Gilbert Nyamutsamba was left purring yesterday after his Cheetahs defied odds and fought their way to be crowned the 2018 Africa Cup Sevens rugby champions in Monatsir, Tunisia.
 
[The Herald] Zanu-PF'S heads of department are set to meet today at Esigodini to discuss preparations for the party's conference in December. The party, early this month, shifted the venue for the event from Gwanda to Esigodini in Umzingwane district.
 
[The Herald] Zimbabwe's mining sector is headed for exciting times with foreign investors reportedly reaching lofty heights since the new dispensation rose to power, subsequently staging peaceful and successful harmonised polls, according to Mines and Mining Development Minister Winston Chitando.
 
[The Herald] Two Chinese men who shot Kevin Guzah and Kudzai Nduku after mistaking them for armed robbers in Belgravia early this year were last week sentenced to an effective 33 months in prison, while their Zimbabwean accomplice was sentenced to an effective 21 months in prison.
 
[News24Wire] The DA says its lawyers are considering laying charges against President Cyril Ramaphosa following reports that he had prior knowledge of widespread looting at VBS Mutual Bank but allegedly failed to act.
 

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