Rural livelihoods, poverty reduction, and food security in Southern Africa: Is CBNRM the answer?
The process has been more of a motion without movement...
OSISA was honoured with an award from the World Palliative Care Association and the African Palliative Care Association recognising its role and continued support for palliative care in the region.
17 March 2014, pm Gaborone: In Zambia the World Bank together with UKaid have argued strenuously that copper beneficiation is not do-able.
In Botswana and South Africa the World Bank dispatched Professor Hausman in 2011 to convince governments not to beneficiate.
Southern African countries are rich in mineral resources.
However, most of them are struggling to maximise the benefits despite the existence of many initiatives at the country, regional and continent levels that promote good governance in the extractive industries.It also probes the factors behind the variations between and among various SADC states’ progress towards institutionalising democratic governance.It investigates the political transitions and state of democracy and governance in the SADC region using case studies of Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe.It uses a four-pronged typology of political regimes classified as authoritarian regimes, electoral authoritarianism, electoral democracy and liberal democracy.The study is informed by the widely accepted principles of democracy - political control, political equality and socio-economic equality.In some instances, the inequality has triggered crises and conflicts that threaten to stifle development in the region.