View the Ukhamba Giving Circle Profiles for the Panel below (more…)Read More
On October 25, 2018, the Southern Africa Trust will host its 5th giving event to raise funds for organisations working towards achieving social change. (more…)Read More
2018 Theme“Coming together with those furthest behind to build an inclusive world of universal respect for human rights and dignity” (more…)Read More
Research findings dissemination on the challenges and experiences of women in agriculture and trade the the SADC region- Zambia, Zimbabwe & Malawi
The Southern Africa Trust conducted a research on experiences and challenges of women in the Agriculture and Trade Sector in the SADC region- Zambia, (more…)Read More
The Southern Africa Trust is pleased to announce the appointment of Ms. Masego Madzwamuse as our new CEO.
Ms. Madzwamuse will take up her new role from the 15th of October 2018. She joins us from the Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa (OSISA), where she was the team leader for their Economic and Social Justice Cluster. (more…)Read More
2018 SADC PEOPLE SUMMIT COMMUNIQUE TO THE SADC HEAD OF STATE AND GOVERNMENT
PRESENTED TO THE INCOMING CHAIRPERSON OF SADC, HIS EXECELLENCY, THE PRESIDENT OF NAMIBIA, HAGE GEINGOB ON THE 17th of AUGUST 2018 at the SAFARI HOTEL, WINDHOEK NAMIBIA.
We, the more than 800 delegates drawn from grassroots social movements, community based organisations, faith based organisations, small scale food producers, women’s organisations, labour, students, youths, children, economic justice, human rights, people with disabilities and other various sectors of social movements gathered at the SADC People Summit convened by the Southern Africa People Solidarity Network (SAPSN) (more…)Read More
In April 2015, the SADC Heads of State or Government approved the SADC Industrialisation Strategy and Roadmap 2015-2063. From the beginning, The Southern Africa Trust has been involved in putting this strategy into operation; in particular, facilitating public-private dialogues between the SADC Secretariat, private sector and civil society organisations.
The focus of the work of the Trust was to get business associations and individual companies in Southern Africa, both at a regional and national level, to be involved in the industrialisation process.
An entry point for the exchange of positions has been the annual SADC Industrialisation Week, which is implemented prior to the SADC Summit. (more…)Read More