“I would imagine that with the number of engagements that we are having in the course of two days, we are likely to achieve our goal of industrialisation. I am sure SADC leaders do believe that industrialisation of the continent and our region should take priority, and I believe this summit will emphasise that,” Minister Nene said on Monday.
Regional leaders from the Southern African Development Community (SADC) member states have been meeting in the resort town since Sunday to discuss the latest developments and challenges facing the region.
Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe officially took over as the new chairperson of SADC until the next summit. He took over the chairmanship of the regional bloc from his Malawian counterpart, Peter Mutharika, at the 34th SADC Ordinary Summit.