Paper By Munetsi Madakufamba (Executive Director, Southern African Research and Documentation Centre [SARDC1]) and Neto Nengomasha (Senior Researcher, SARDC) Presented at the Virtual Conference hosted by Nanjing Agricultural University, 21 03 2021 Post-harvest losses among smallholder farmers in the Southern African region have been a major concern with losses as high as 40 percent of harvested crops. This has increased pressure on food security with rapidly expanding population, poor infrastructure to move crops to the market and price volatility.
ICASSA was established to coordinate the exchanges, seminars and research activities for China Africa Studies that began in 2007 and focuses on two main objectives.
- Strengthen academic and strategic linkages including joint research and exchanges; and
- Strengthen private sector collaboration and opportunities, and address challenges to this sector through practical support.
Overview of the SADC energy and resources: Prospects and challenges for China-SADC cooperation
by Munetsi Madakufamba, Joseph Ngwawi, Phyllis Johnson, Professor Godfrey Dzinomwa, Admire Ndhlovu, Tanaka Chitsa and Nyarai Kampilipili The paper gives an overview of energy and resources in SADC and highlights the prospects and challenges for China-SADC cooperation.
Second Belt and Road Forum
Leaders to meet in China for the second belt and road forum in April 2019.
SARDC pays courtesy call to new Chinese Ambassador to Zimbabwe
SARDC Executive Director, Munetsi Madakufamba, and Founding Director, Phyllis Johnson, pay a...