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18.08.2012 - Final Communique of the 32nd Summit of SADC Heads of state and government Maputo, Mozambique August 18, 2012


[www.tim-madagascar.org
1. The 32ndSession of the Summit of the Heads of State and Government of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) was held in Maputo, Republic of Mozambique on 17th and 18th August 2012.

2. Summit elected H.E. Armando Emilio Guebuza, the President of the Republic of Mozambique and H.E.President Joyce Banda of the Republic of Malawi as Chairperson and Deputy Chairperson of SADC, respectively.

3. Summit also elected H.E. Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete, President of the United Republic of Tanzania and H.E. President Hifikepunye Pohamba of the Republic Namibia as Chairperson and Deputy Chairperson of the SADC Organ on Politics, Defence and Security Cooperation, respectively.

4. Summit was attended by the following Heads of State and Government and or their representatives:

Botswana H.E. President Lt. Gen. Seretse Khama Ian Khama
DRC H.E. President Joseph Kabila Kabange
Lesotho Rt. Hon. Prime Minister Thomas Motsoahae Thabane
Malawi H.E. President Joyce Banda
Mozambique H.E. President Armando Emilio Guebuza
Namibia H.E. President Hifikepunye Pohamba
Seychelles H.E. President James Alix Michel
South Africa H.E. President Jacob Gedleyihlekisa Zuma
Swaziland His Majesty King Mswati III
United Republic H.E. President Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete of Tanzania
Zambia H.E. President Michael Chilufya Sata
Zimbabwe H.E. President Robert Gabriel Mugabe
Angola H.E. Fernando da Piedade Dias Dos Santos, Vice President
Mauritius Hon. Arvin Boolell, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Regional Integration and International Trade

5. Summit was also attended by H.E. Joaquim Alberto Chissano, former President of Mozambique, and SADC Mediator on the conflict in Madagascar.

6. In attendance were also the following: Dr Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma South African Minister of Home Affairs and Incoming Chairperson of the African Union Commission, (AUC), H.E. Dr. Donald Kaberuka, President of the African Development Bank (AfDB),Mr Sindiso Ndema Ngwenya, Secretary General of
the Common Market for East and Southern Africa (COMESA) Amb. Dr. Richard Sezibera, Secretary General and of the East African Community (EAC) and Dr. Esau M. Chiviya, Secretary General of the SADC Parliamentary Forum.

7. H.E. President Guebuza, SADC Chairperson and host of the 32nd Summit welcomed the SADC Heads of State and Government and other delegates to the Republic of Mozambique. In his speech, President Guebuza paid tribute to the outgoing Chairperson for having provided good leadership to the Region. He indicated that his chairpersonship shall, amongst others, focus on the Development Corridors as Vehicles for SADC Regional Integration that need to be harnessed due to the role they play in consolidating social dimensions of development and the regional integration process.

8. Addressing the official opening ceremony of Summit through his Vice President, H.E. Fernando de Piedade Dias Dos Santos, Outgoing SADC Chairperson, H.E. President Jose Eduardo dos Santos of the Republic of Angola, thanked the Heads of State and Government, the entire Region, and International Cooperating Partners (ICPs) for supporting him during his chairpersonship. In handing over the chairpersonship to Mozambique, President dos Santos pledged his support and urged all the Member States to render Mozambique their undivided support as they did to Angola during his tenure of office.

9. In his acceptance statement, the new SADC Chairperson and host of the 32nd Ordinary SADC Summit, H.E. President Guebuza said that Mozambique accepts the chairpersonship of SADC with immense humility and shall continue to count on all SADC Member States to assist in his endeavour to move the Region forward

10. The Summit also received maiden Statements from three new leaders of three SADC Member States as follows:

10.1 Rt. Hon. Thomas Motsoahae Thabane, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Lesotho paid tribute to the regional body for promoting democracy and underscored the importance of deepening regional integration and alleviation of poverty within the framework of the Regional Strategic Indicative Development Plan.

10.2 H.E Joyce Banda, President of the Republic of Malawi shared with the Summit the progress Malawi has made in stabililsing the economic situation and that she looked forward to the expeditious implementation of the SADC Infrastructure Master Plan.

10.3 H.E. Michael Chilufya Sata, President of the Republic of Zambia re-affirmed the need to strengthen peace, stability and democracy in the region as well as Zambia’s commitment to the SADC Agenda.

10.4 Summit was also addressed by H.E. Dr. Dlamini-Zuma, who attended the Summit for the first time in her capacity as the Incoming Chairperson of the African Union Commission (AUC). Dr. Dlamini Zuma thanked the SADC leaders for supporting her candidature to the AUC chairpersonship and undertook to serve the African Continent with all due diligence and expressed her commitment to work with the whole continent and all the Regional Economic Communities of African to address the daunting challenges that face the continent in the improvement of the quality of lives of its people.

10.5 Summit was further addressed by H.E. Donald Kaberuka, President of the African Development Bank (AfDB). He informed the Summit that there were liquidity challenges at the global level arising from the Eurozone crisis and challenged Member States to mobilise resources for investment in projects for Africa and particularly for the SADC Region.

11. Summit received the Report of the Outgoing Chairperson of SADC, H.E. President Jose Eduardo dos Santos of Angola, outlining activities carried out during his tenure on the political and economic situation in the Region, which included investment promotion, resource mobilisation and AU Commission elections.

12. Summit thanked H.E. José Eduardo dos Santos for his special efforts in promoting investment, mobilising resources for the Region and elevating visibility and profile of SADC and directed the Secretariat to develop an Action Plan to follow- ort.

13. Summit also received the Report of the Outgoing Chairperson of the SADC Organ on Politics, Defence and Security Cooperation, H.E. Jacob G. Zuma, President of the Republic of South Africa. Summit noted that the Region remained peaceful and stable with the exception of political and security challenges in two Member States, namely, the Democratic Republic of Congo and Madagascar.

13.1 On DRC, Summit noted with great concern that the security situation in the Eastern part of DRC has deteriorated in the last three (3) months, causing displacement of people and loss of lives and property. Summit also noted that this is being perpetrated by rebel groups with assistance of Rwanda, and urged the latter to cease immediately its interference that constitutes a threat to peace and stability, not only of the DRC, but also of the SADC Region.
This situation has called for renewed and urgent attention by the Summit which fielded an Assessment Mission to the DRC. Summit endorsed a Report of the Mission which recommended appropriate action to address the security situation in the Eastern part of DRC. Summit further mandated the Chairperson of SADC to undertake a mission to Rwanda to engage the Government of Rwanda with the aim of urging Rwanda to stop military support to armed rebels in the DRC, the so-called M23. Summit also urged Member States and the international Community to provide humanitarian relief to the displaced people in the Eastern part of DRC.

13.2 Summit directed the SADC Secretariat to collaborate with the International Conference of the Great Lakes Region Secretariat in pursuit of peace and security in the Eastern DRC.

13.3 On Madagascar, Summit reiterated its previous decision taken during the Luanda Summit in August 2011 and mandated the SADC Mediator in coordination with the Organ Troika to intensify the dialogue with the main Malagasy political stakeholders to implement the Road Map in full and urgently take the necessary measures to ensure a full and urgent implementation of the Road Map as well as to creating a favourable environment for free, fair and credible elections.

13.4 On Zimbabwe, Summit adopted the Report of the SADC Facilitator in Zimbabwe, H.E. Jacob Zuma, the President of the Republic of South Africa. Summit noted the progress in the implementation of the Global Political Agreement (GPA) and urged the stakeholders to work together in particular, on the Constitution Making Process in Zimbabwe which is about to be concluded.

13.5 Summit urged signatories to the GPA to develop a Roadmap with timelines that are guided by the requirements of the process necessary for adoption of the constitution and the creation of conditions for free and fair elections to be held.

13.6 Summit resolved that if there are any difficulties with regard to the Constitution and implementation of agreements, the Facilitator should be called upon to engage with the parties and assist them resolve such issues, bearing in mind the timeframes and the necessity to hold free and fair elections.

13.7 Summit urged the parties to the GPA to continue the implementation of the GPA.

13.8 Summit noted the partial lifting of sanctions against Zimbabwe and urged the European Union and the rest of the international community to lift all the
sanctions unconditionally.

13.9 Summit commended H.E. President Zuma and his team for the progress made towards normalising the Zimbabwe situation.

13.10 On consolidation of democracy and good governance in the Region, Summit noted that SADC Member States continue to adhere to the Principles Governing Democratic Elections by holding regular elections such as elections in the Republics of Zambia and Seychelles, the DRC and the Kingdom of Lesotho.

13.11 Summit commended the Governments and peoples of these Member States for the peaceful manner in which they conducted their elections.

13.12 Summit also commended the President of South Africa, H.E. Jacob G Zuma and Outgoing Chairperson of the SADC Organ on Politics, Defence and Security Cooperation, the Chairperson of SADC, H.E. Emilio Armando Guebuza, President of the Republic Mozambique, H.E. Michael Chilufya Sata, President of the Republic of Zambia, H.E. Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete, President of the United Republic of Tanzania, SADC Executive Secretary, Dr. Tomaz Augusto Salomão, for the support rendered to Malawi for the smooth and peaceful transition of power in Malawi, following the death of President Bingu wa Mutharika.

14. Summit noted that the economic performance of the Region was characterized by a slow economic growth as shown by a decline in real GDP from 5.5% in 2010 to 4.7%, in 2011 and a stagnant level of average inflation at 8.3%. This trend was largely influenced by developments in the global markets especially in the Eurozone.

15. Summit reviewed progress in the implementation of the regional economic integration agenda. In this regard, Summit received a report on the framework of the SADC Customs Union from the Ministerial Task Force on Regional Economic Integration outlining key elements for the Customs Union, in particular the parameters, benchmarks and a model Customs Union for SADC including the sequencing of activities. Summit also noted progress made towards the establishment of the Tripartite Free Trade Area, especially preparatory work to facilitate negotiations under the chairpersonship of the SADC Region.

16. Summit also noted progress made towards the operationalization of the SADC Regional Development Fund, a financial mechanism intended to mobilise resources from Member States, Private Sector and Development Partners to finance programmes and projects for regional development and deeper integration. Summit noted areas of agreement reached in the various aspects of the Fund including the windows of the Fund with the infrastructure and industrial development windows as top priorities and a subscribed capital of US1,2 billion to be raised as seed capital. Summit directed Ministers responsible for Finance and Investment to expeditiously address all outstanding issues in order for the Fund to become operational as soon as possible.

17. Summit reviewed the status of implementation of infrastructure programmes in the Region and also adopted the Regional Infrastructure Development Master Plan Vision 2027 for implementation over a 15 year period (2013 2027).
The Plan will serve as a key Strategic Framework to guide the implementation of efficient, seamless and cost-effective trans-boundary infrastructure networks in an integrated and coordinated manner in all the six sectors namely, Energy, Transport, Tourism, ICT and Postal, Meteorology and Water.

18. Summit reviewed the regional food security situation, in particular cereal, noncereal and livestock production, and noted that the Region will experience an overall cereal deficit of 5.5 million tonnes largely due to poor rains. This will therefore result in an increase in the number of people requiring humanitarian assistance in terms of food and non-food assistance. Summit thus urged Member States to undertake appropriate measures to ensure sustainable food security in line with the Dar es Salaam Declaration on Agriculture and Food Security. In the short term, Member States are encouraged to provide the necessary humanitarian assistance.

19. Summit noted the successful outcome of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change Conference of Parties 17 (UNFCCC COP 17) and Kyoto Protocol (COP/MOP7) held in Durban, South Africa in November/December 2011. SADC Member States supported and successfully championed the African common position towards COP17 which proved to be a significant step in producing a favourable outcome for Africa. Summit noted that the Green Climate Fund was established in Durban and SADC Member States pledged their full support to Namibia in her bid to host the Secretariat of the Green Fund.

20. Summit noted progress in the implementation of the Maseru Declaration of 2003 on combating HIV and AIDS, in particular, the reduction of new infections including the Prevention of Mother to child Transmission; decline in AIDS related deaths and positive behavioural change for HIV prevention among the youth.

21. Summit urged Member States to fully support the implementation of on-going regional programmes including the SADC HIV and AIDS cross-border initiative for providing preventive, care and treatment services at major cross border points.

22. Summit commended Malawi for the ascendance to the presidency, of the first woman in the SADC Region and commended the Member States that have achieved high women representation in political and decision making positions and urged Member States that have not yet achieved the set target for equal representation to take appropriate measures to do so. Summit also urged Member States to consider adoption of appropriate measures including legislation, policy, and reform of the electoral systems to facilitate the achievement of gender parity goal

23. Summit agreed to embark on a process of developing a long term vision for SADC taking into account the Vision Statement articulated in the Treaty and in the Regional Indicative Strategic Development Plan.

24. Summit considered the Report of the Committee of Ministers of Justice/Attorneys General and the observations by the Council of Ministers and resolved that a new Protocol on the Tribunal should be negotiated and that its mandate should be confined to interpretation of the SADC Treaty and Protocols relating to disputes between Member States

25. Summit approved and signed the following three legal instruments:
Agreement on Assistance in Tax Matters
Protocol on Trade in Services
Declaration on TB in the Mining Sector

26. Summit received a Declaration from the First Spouses, presented by Mozambican First Lady, H.E. Maria da Luz Guebuza in which they committed themselves to supporting SADC governments in all commitments on Prevention of Mother to Child Prevention with the view to ZERO new HIV Infection, ZERO Discriminations and ZERO HIV related deaths, because they believed that a SADC HIV Free generation is possible an is a prerequisite to development and regional integration.

27. Summit expressed its appreciation to the Government and people of Mozambique for hosting the Summit and for the warm hospitality extended to all the delegates. Summit also thanked all continental bodies that attended the summit.

28. The Chairperson of the Organ on Politics, Defence and Security Cooperation, H.E. Jayaka Mrisho Kikwete, President of the United Republic of Tanzania made his acceptance statement and committed himself to ensure the implementation of decisions of SADC policy structures to maintain peace and security in region.

29. Summit was officially closed by SADC Chairperson, H.E. President Armando Emilio Guebuza of the Republic of Mozambique.

30. The Deputy Chairperson of Summit, H.E. Joyce Banda invited the Heads of State and Government and all delegates to the next summit to be held in Malawi in 2013.
August 18, 2012
Maputo, Mozambique 

18 August 2011
13.45p.m

COMMUNIQUÉ OF THE 31ST SADC HEADS OF STATE AND GOVERNMENT SUMMIT

The 31st Summit of Heads of State and Government of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) was held in Luanda, Republic of Angola from August 17 to 18, 2011.
Summit was officially opened by the SADC Chairperson, His Excellency Dr. Hifikepunye Pohamba, President of the Republic of Namibia.
Summit elected His Excellency Eng. José Eduardo dos Santos, the President of the Republic of Angola and His Excellency Armando Emilio Guebuza, President of the Republic of Mozambique as Chairperson and Deputy Chairperson of SADC, respectively.
Summit also elected His Excellency President Jacob Gedleyihlekisa Zuma, President of the Republic of South Africa and His Excellency Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete, President of the United Republic of Tanzania as Chairperson and Deputy Chairperson of the SADC Organ on Politics, Defence and Security Cooperation, respectively.
The Summit was attended by the following Heads of State and Government and/ or their representatives:
Angola : H.E. President José Eduardo dos Santos
DRC : H.E. President Joseph Kabila Kabange
Lesotho : The Rt. Hon. Prime Minister, Dr. Pakalitha Mosisili
Mozambique : H.E. President Armando Emílio Guebuza
Namibia : H.E. President Hifikepunye Pohamba
South Africa : H.E. President Jacob Gedleyihlekisa Zuma
Swaziland : His Majesty King Mswati III
Zimbabwe : H.E. President Robert Gabriel Mugabe
Botswana : His Honour Lt General Mompati Sebogodi Merafhe, Vice President
United Republic of Tanzania : H.E. Dr. Mohammed Gharib Bilal, Vice President
Zambia : His Honour George Kunda, SC, Vice President
Malawi : Hon. Professor Eta Banda, Minister of Foreign Affairs
Mauritius : Dr. The Honourable Arvin Boolell, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Regional Integration and International Trade
Seychelles : Hon. Peter Sinon, Minister of Investment, Natural Resources and Industry
Summit was also attended by His Excellency Mr Festus Gontebanye Mogae, former President of the Republic of Botswana and Chairperson of the Champions for an HIV Free Generation. He urged SADC leaders to continue championing social changes and intensifying the provision of services needed to achieve an HIV Free Generation and the target of no new infections in the region by 2015.
In attendance were also the following: His Excellency Mr. Jean Ping, Chairperson of the African Union Commission, Dr Ibrahim Mayaki, Chief Executive of the NEPAD Planning and Coordinating Agency, His Excellency Sindiso Ngwenya, Secretary General of COMESA and His Excellency Dumisani Mahlinza, Deputy Executive Secretary of SACU.
His Excellency President Jose Eduardo dos Santos of the Republic of Angola and host of the 31st Summit welcomed the SADC Heads of State and Government and all the delegates to the Republic of Angola. His Excellency outlined the achievements recorded by the Region and urged Member States to elevate SADC to a new level of regional integration with a special focus on infrastructure development to accelerate investment and trade in the region.
In his address to the opening session of the Summit, the Outgoing Chairperson, His Excellency President Hifikepunye Pohamba of the Republic of Namibia thanked Member States for the support rendered to him during his tenure of office. He indicated that significant strides have been made in all the key areas of the SADC Programme of Action particularly consolidation of the Free Trade Area, Infrastructure Development, Food Security, combating HIV and AIDS and Gender and Development.
In accepting the SADC Chairpersonship, His Excellency President Jose Eduardo dos Santos thanked the Outgoing Chairperson for the progress achieved during his tenure of office and expressed Angola´s commitment to play its part during its Chairpersonship.
Summit also received a statement from the Chairperson of the African Union Commission, His Excellency, Mr Jean Ping. He commended the SADC Region for its key strategic initiatives in its integration agenda and its commitment to continental integration as reflected in the launching of the negotiations for the Tripartite Free Trade area between COMESA-EAC-SADC.
The Executive Secretary of SADC, Dr. Tomaz Augusto Salomao delivered a statement highlighting progress made in the implementation of programmes in the main areas of regional integration in SADC. The Executive Secretary also referred to the institutional reforms aimed at enhancing capacity and efficiency of the Secretariat.
Summit also received the Report from the Outgoing Chairperson of the Organ on Politics, Defence and Security Cooperation, the President of the Republic of Zambia His Excellency Mr. Rupiah Bwezani Banda. Summit noted that the region continued to be characterised by democracy peace and security. The Report highlighted the following:
  • On Lesotho, Summit commended the Christian Council of Lesotho as Mediator and the SADC Facilitation Team for successful completion of the Political mediation process in the Kingdom of Lesotho and the stakeholders for their commitment to the completion of the dialogue process.
  • On Madagascar, Summit reaffirmed its commitment to supporting the mediation process in Madagascar. Summit mandated the Organ Troika assisted by the Mediator on Madagascar to engage the Stakeholders to fully implement the roadmap as amended by the decision taken by the Summit in June 2011 as a matter of urgency, with a view to find a lasting solution in Madagascar.
  • On Zimbabwe, Summit took note of progress in the implementation of its decisions taken during the Extra Ordinary Summit in June, 2011. Summit urged the parties to Global Political Agreement to remain committed to the implementation of the Agreement and finalise the Roadmap for resolving outstanding issues. Summit re-affirmed its decision of the Sandton Extra-Ordinary Summit and urged the Troika of the Organ to appoint a team of officials to join the facilitation team and work with the JOMIC to ensure monitoring, evaluation and implementation of the GPA. The Troika shall develop the terms of reference, time frames and provide regular progress reports. Summit will review progress on the implementation of GPA and take appropriate action.
Summit wished the DRC, Kingdom of Lesotho and the Republic of Zambia peaceful, free and fair elections to be held during the 2011/12 calendar and urged all stakeholders to adhere to the SADC principles and guidelines governing democratic elections. Summit also noted progress made by DRC, Lesotho and Zambia in preparation for the national elections to take place before the next Summit.
On consolidation democracy in the region, Summit noted that the Republic of Seychelles held elections from 19 – 21 May 2011 and congratulated H.E. James Michel for his re-election and Parti Lepep for winning the presidential elections. Summit congratulated the people of the Republic of Seychelles for exercising their rightful practice in a peaceful and exemplary manner.
Summit reviewed the socio-economic situation in the region and noted improvements in the macro-economic performance indicators, such as growth in real average Gross Domestic Product which stood at 4.9 per cent compared to 2.4 per cent in 2009, investments which improved from 22 per cent of the GDP 2009 to 24.9 of GDP in 2010 as well as a decline in inflation from 12.4 per cent in 2009 to 7.5 per cent in 2010. Summit, however, noted that the region should remain alert to the risks posed by financial and economic volatilities in the developed economies. Summit mandated the Ministerial Task Force on Regional Economic Integration to deepen the debate on how to protect the SADC economies from external shocks and to restructure the regional economies in order to combat poverty.
Summit reviewed the status of implementation of the infrastructure programme for the region, especially power projects, regional corridors and Information and Communication Technology, which include the Kazungula Bridge, the Chirundu One Stop Border Post, the Zimbabwe-Zambia-Botswana-Namibia Inter-connector and the EASSy Projects. Summit underscored the role of infrastructure in regional integration and urged the speedy conclusion of Infrastructure Master Plan.
On Gender and Development, Summit noted the progress made by Member States in ensuring equal representation of women in political and decision-making positions. Summit urged Member States to develop innovative strategies towards the achievement of the gender parity goal.
Summit noted progress made on the regional food security situation in particular, in cereal and non-cereal and livestock production. Summit urged Member States to intensify measures to increase production, diversify and promote income generating opportunities in order to improve access to food in line with the Dar es Salaam Declaration on Agriculture and Food Security of 2004.
Summit noted progress made in the implementation of the Maseru Declaration on combating HIV and AIDS of 2003, in particular in the key focus areas of prevention, treatment, care and support. The region has recorded a significant decline in new infections since 2009. Summit urged Member States to continue to provide human and financial resources at both national and regional levels to sustain these positive trends.
Summit noted progress made in consolidating the SADC Free Trade Area and commended Seychelles for having taken steps to join the FTA. Summit directed the Ministerial Task Force on Regional Economic Integration to expedite work leading to agreement and common understanding on the roadmap for the SADC Customs Union.
Summit took note and underscored the importance and relevance of the COMESA-EAC-SADC Tripartite Grand Free Trade Area Negotiations launched in June 2011 and urged Member States to consult, adequately prepare and accelerate the negotiations. Summit underscored the importance of infrastructure development in the regional integration agenda.
Summit directed the Ministerial Task Force on Regional Economic Integration to engage in strategic discussions within the context of the review of the Regional Indicative Strategic Development Plan to identify priorities and reorient the SADC integration agenda accordingly, with a view to enhancing developmental integration.
Summit noted that the next negotiations on the 17th Conference of Parties of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC COP 17) and the 7th Meeting of Parties to the Kyoto Protocol will take place from 28 November to 9 December 2011 in Durban, South Africa. Summit underscored the importance of the multilateral dialogue in addressing challenges posed by climate change. Summit urged SADC Member States to support the African common position. Summit pledged its support to South Africa in hosting the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change COP 17.
Summit took note of the progress report presented by the Committee of Ministers of Justice/Attorneys General on the Tribunal and other legal issues, and directed the Committee to remain seized with the task and report back to the next Ordinary Summit.
Summit noted with deep concern the evolving famine situation in Somalia caused by internal strife and drought conditions in the Horn of Africa and noted that this has resulted in a severe humanitarian disaster affecting over 12 million people, including 1.5 million internally displaced people requiring food, water, medical, clothing and shelter supplies and provisions. Summit adopted a declaration expressing solidarity with the People and Government of Somalia and pledged to provide urgent humanitarian assistance.
Summit expressed its appreciation to the Government and people of the Republic of Angola for the warm hospitality extended to all delegates and facilities provided.
His Excellency President Jose Eduardo dos Santos officially closed the Summit. The 32nd Ordinary Summit of Heads of State and Government will be held in Mozambique in 2012.
Luanda, Republic of Angola
August 18, 2011

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