“REGIONAL PEACE AND SECURITY ISSUES” JHB multi-stakeholder workshop

On 26 November 2018, the Southern African Liaison Office (SALO) together with the Norwegian Embassy hosted a multi-stakeholder workshop entitled ‘Regional Peace and Security Issues’. The Minister of Small and Medium Business Development and Chair of ANC International Relations Sub-committee, Ambassador Lindiwe Zulu, delivered the keynote address. The aim of the dialogue was to address trends and prospects as well as challenges relating to regional peace and security in SADC. The discussion provided a reflection on the recent elections in Zimbabwe and the Kingdom of eSwatini as well as a forecast of the elections in the DRC and Madagascar in December 2018. The one major fundamental theme that the discussion highlighted was that of good governance and the fact that it has to produce useful outcomes for ordinary citizens in terms of development, economic growth and stability. Other notable discussion points were the history of political solidarity on the continent and the ANC liberation movement, and South Africa’s interventions in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Madagascar, Zimbabwe, and eSwatini.

Read PDF of Policy Brief here:
http://www.salo.org.za/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/PB-26-November-2018-Regional-Peace-and-Security-Issues-Illustrated.pdf

Date: Monday 26th November 2018, 09H00 – 12H00 (followed by lunch)

Venue: Sunnyside Park Hotel, Parktown

KEYNOTE ADDRESS: AMBASSADOR LINDIWE ZULU, MINISTER OF SMALL AND MEDIUM BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT AND CHAIR OF ANC INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS SUB-COMMITTEE

Question and Answer session/Facilitated Dialogue and Discussion with additional inputs from ANC IR Subcommittee members, civil society leaders, academics and the international diplomatic community

12H00 – 13H00 Lunch

SALO would like to thank the Royal Norwegian Embassy for their direct support for this event.