President arrives in Maputo for SADC summit

President Emmerson Mnangagwa has arrived in Mozambique for the SADC extraordinary summit which will be chaired by President Filipe Jacinto Nyusi of Mozambique who is the current SADC chairperson.

The summit is taking place at a time when the region is mourning the death of Zambian founding father Kenneth Kaunda who died last week at the age of 97 and flags are flying at half-mast at this summit in reverence to the late Pan Africanist. 

President Mnangagwa was welcomed at the Maputo International Airport by acting Foreign Affairs and International Trade Minister Prof Amon Murwira who arrived in Mozambique on Monday.

The Extraordinary Summit will also discuss issues pertaining to security, terrorism, Regional food and nutrition issues, gender development, HIV and Aids and the Covid-19 pandemic.

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