SADC


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AcronymDefinition
SADCSouthern African Development Community
SADCState Agriculture Development Committee
SADCSt Albans District Council (administrative authority for St Albans, Hertfordshire, UK)
SADCSector Air Defense Commander
SADCService/Agency Designator Code
SADCSecond Avenue Dance Company (New York, NY)
SADCSecurity Alarm Data Corporation
SADCShip's Attitude Data Converter
SADCSpecial Access Data Channel
SADCSocieté d'Assurances-Dépôts du Canada (Canadian Deposit Insurance Corporation)
SADCSouth Atlantic Division Commander
SADCSouth Australian Darts Council, Inc
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SADC will be meeting next week to discuss the implementation of the plan.
SADC was determined to end discrimination against women and shape a society based on equality and equity.
Current members of SADC are: Angola, Botswana, Democratic Republic of Congo, Lesotho, Madagascar, Malawi, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Seychelles, Republic of South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
Although there is still a long way to go for the region to attain deeper regional integration, we believe that the implementation of these and other initiatives have improved the lives of SADC citizens," she said.
Dubai Academic City will be the seat of the "permanent" SADC.
She noted that while SADC was able to launch the Free Trade Area (FTA) as planned in 2008, the region has missed other economic milestones.
The role of an agent with the traditional vendor relationship is changing and SADC is looking to provide more specialist services including the establishment of more joint ventures and also enhance our manufacturing and systems integration capabilities.
What Gerhard Erasmus, an associate researcher at Tralac, finds ironic is that while SADC leaders are earnestly discussing the African FTA, the smaller issues of non-compliance with SADC trade regulations go unattended, even unmentioned.
SADC chairman Sabah Al Moayyed said: "We are committed to the rejuvenation of tourist facilities across Hawar Islands and the Southern Region of the Kingdom, in cooperation with reputed and experienced industry experts.
Established in 1992, SADC is committed to regional integration and poverty eradication within Southern Africa through economic development and ensuring peace and security.
The article shows that SADC efforts aimed at restoring democracy and putting an end to human rights abuses in Zimbabwe were critically hampered by the history of political antagonism among Southern African governments, and by SADC's inability to draw a clear distinction between respect for human rights and the promotion of a neoliberal strategy of economic development.
The SADC currently has 15 member states, including Madagascar, which had its membership suspended in 2009 after the coup led by Andry Rajoelina, and Seychelles, which rejoined the organisation in 2008.