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.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
In September 2017, The Southern Africa Trust (The Trust), opened its doors to a group of seven vibrant interns. The internship program at The Trust is an integral part of our organisation. It’s aimed at capacitating young professionals with skills and experience in the workplace.
Interns at The Trust are given the opportunity to learn through hands on experience and add value by sharing ideas and suggestions across different departments at The Trust. These include:
The Southern Africa Trust is relocating from International Business Gateway in Midrand. As of 1 January 2018, the new Southern Africa Trust offices will be at:
45 Kyalami Business Park
Our contact numbers remain +27 11 318 1012.
Ukhamba falls under the umbrella of the change4ever campaign, which is one of the Trust’s key initiatives aimed at promoting social giving as a tool to eradicate poverty. The campaign’s main objectives are raising awareness, public participation and direct-from-public fundraising.
The event was attended by members of the public, media, funding partners of the Trust; Ford Foundation; Mott Foundation; and a representative from the Board of the Trust, Shireen Motara. (more…)Read More
So, in 2010, the Southern Africa Trust (The Trust) implemented the Southern Africa Youth Exchange (SayXchange) programme to serve as a driver of the people-to-people dimensions of regional integration, in so doing incorporating the youth. (more…)Read More
“There was not much money, it was less than R20,000 (a once-off figure). My siblings made contributions towards the burial. If it wasn’t for that I would have buried my husband on a hide.”
These are the searing words of Ofentse Moloi. Her husband succumbed to TB, which he contracted in an underground South African mine after 17 years of service.Read More