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SADC challenged to deal with trouble spots

THE Southern African Development Community (SADC) has been challenged to act decisively against acts that threaten political stability, security and peace in the region and foster renaissance in the region.
Chairperson of the SADC Troika Organ on Politics, Defence and Security Hage Geingob says the region must act quickly and decisively against political instability.
Dr Geingob, who is also the President of Namibia, said the SADC region is witnessing rising sporadic violence, political instability, insecurity and conflicts pointing to eSwatini, Lesotho, Mozambique and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC).
“The time has come for us to dare, to reinvent innovative strategies and pursue novel ways and means to find lasting solutions to our political and security challenges,” he said.
Dr Geingob regretted the killing of Thulani Maseko, a leading pro-democracy activist in eSwatini and chairperson of a coalition of pro-democracy groups who was shot dead at his home in Luyengo, about 45km from the capital, Mbabane.
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