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Zimbabwe Assumes Deputy Chairmanship of SADC


In a significant development, Zimbabwe has officially taken on the role of deputy chairmanship within the Southern African Development Community (SADC), assuming this responsibility from Angola for the upcoming year.
The announcement was made during the ongoing 43rd Ordinary SADC Summit of Heads of State and Government, where leaders are convening to discuss regional matters of importance.

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Zimbabwe’s upcoming role as deputy chairperson is coupled with the honor of hosting the 44th SADC Summit in the following year, slated to be held in Harare. This position will also see Zimbabwe occupying the chairmanship of SADC until 2025.
Speaking yesterday, President Mnangagwa, expressed gratitude for the recognition bestowed upon Zimbabwe. He conveyed his honor at his country taking up the vice chairperson’s position and highlighted the upcoming hosting of the summit as a responsibility that Zimbabwe takes with immense pride.
Under the theme “Human and Financial Capital: The Key Drivers for Sustainable Industrialization of the SADC Region,” the ongoing summit aims to address pivotal aspects required for the advancement of regional industrialization.


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