ltdown in Zimbabwe. This was significant because Lesotho’s Prime Minister Pakalitha Musisili is the current co-chairperson of SADC, said spokesperson Alois Mbawara.
The youth activists said in a statement; “This is a follow up to the just ended SADC finance protocol summit in South Africa in which we feel member states are mocking our suffering by signing Zimbabwe to the trade protocol. They know there is no economy to talk about due to bad policies, with no balance of trade.” – SW Radio Africa
LONDON - The diligence and determination of the energetic UK-based pressure group, Free Zim Youth, has resulted in them being granted a meeting with Southern African Development Community (SADC) officials here this week. They will urge SADC to change its policy on the political and economic me