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Sep 13, 2012
The Southern African Development Community (SADC) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Australia on sustainable development, peace and security, climate change adaptation and mitigation, agriculture and food security, and human resource development....
Jul 20, 2012
Australia announced a new funding programme, the Australian Aid (AusAid) civil society, water sanitation and hygiene (WASH) fund, for water and sanitation projects in Africa.
Feb 09, 2011
Australian investment in the African resources sector continued to strengthen as the effects of the global economic crisis dissipated, the Australian High Commissioner to South Africa Ann Harrap said on Wednesday. Speaking at a mining conference in Cape Town, she...
Feb 04, 2011
Australia’s commercial interests in the African resources sector has nearly tripled in size since 2005 and continues to expand rapidly, research by the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade has shown. The Australian High Commissioner to South Africa Ann...
Feb 11, 2009
Despite the global economic downturn, Australia’s confidence in the African resource sector remained strong, said Australian High Commissioner to South Africa Ann Harrap. Speaking to Mining Weekly Online Harrap stated that, currently, there were over 300 Australian...
Feb 06, 2009
The Australian High Commission in South Africa was expecting more than 400 Australian delegates at this year’s Mining Indaba, to be held in Cape Town next week. “Many Australian mining businesses have been operating in Africa for a decade now, so there is a strong...
 
 
 
 
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