SADC Infrastructure Plan Welcomed
South Africa has welcomed the adoption of a regional infrastructure master plan by Southern African Development Community (SADC) leaders.
The SADC Heads of State approved the plan, which is expected to boost regional trade, following their two-day summit in Mozambique.
The plan, to be implemented over a 15-year period beginning from next year, will serve as a key strategy to guide setting up of efficient and cost-effective trans-boundary infrastructure connecting all SADC member states in areas of energy, water, information and communication technology and transport.
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