Johannesburg - President
Jacob Zuma has arrived in Tanzania ahead of the Southern African Development
Community (SADC) Extraordinary Summit, the presidency said on Friday.
International Relations and Co-operation Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane
arrived in Dar es Salaam and would take part in the summit on Friday and
Saturday, spokesperson Mac Maharaj said in a statement.
SADC Summits are called to consider urgent and pressing peace and security
matters that threaten the essence of regional co-operation and
integration," he said.
issues to be considered at the summit include the crisis in the eastern part of
the Democratic Republic of Congo, as well as the situations in Madagascar and
Africa will be expected to report on the facilitation process in the Republic
of Zimbabwe, whilst the chair of SADC will report to the summit on the
mediation process in Madagascar," he said.
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