Namibia’s president discloses alleged SADC corruption

By Khanyisa Tabata
18 August 2011

Management and staff of the Southern African Development Community have made allegations of corruption and ismanagement of resources in the body’s executive secretariat at its headquarters in Botswana.

The disclosure was made by the outgoing SADC chairperson President Hifikepunye Pohamba of Namibia at a summit in Luanda, Angola.

Pohamba says the allegations have been referred to the new chairperson of SADC’s ministers’ council, Angola’s Ana Dias Lourenço.

Meanwhile, President Jacob Zuma has taken over from Pohamba as South Africa assumes the leadership of the SADC Politics, Defence and Security Troika.


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