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|DECLARATION OF THE 6th ALTERNATIVE MINING INDABA|
The Alternative Mining Indaba (AMI) brought together approximately 300 participants from approximately 37 countries and they were comprised of: Government; policymakers and analysts, technical experts, stakeholders from the private sector, cooperating partners, representatives from communities; media; employers’ organizations, associations, academia and the international community. Keynote addresses from Brian Kagoro; Matthews Hlabane and Her Excellency Graca Machel echoed similar sentiments – the importance of long-term sustainability; transparency; mutual assistance and accountable governance among governments in the extractives industry.
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|Call for Proposals for Cross Country Study|
“Cross-Country Case Study On The Impact Of Multinational Corporations Of Food Productivity (Production, Distribution And Retal): The Case Of South Africa, Brazil, India And Mexico.
All research proposals shall be sent by email to: email@example.com.
SANI will not give prior opinion on the eligibility of applicants or projects, nor will it respond to individual inquiries regarding project selection.
|SADC People's Summit Declaration 2014|
We the representatives of more than 2500 delegates drawn from grassroots movements, community-based organizations, faith based organizations, women’s organizations, labour, student, youth, economic justice and human rights networks and other social movements gathered at the Peoples Summit convened by the Southern Africa People’s Solidarity Network (SAPSN) and Peoples Dialogue at the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair grounds in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, from the 15th - 16th August 2014 under the theme ‘Reclaiming SADC for People’s Development - SADC Resources for SADC People’Click here to downlaod theÂÂ SADC_Peoples_Summit_2014.pdf
|Declaration of Solidarity|
We, representatives of the Southern African Civil organized under the three ApexOrganizations, namely the Southern Africa Trade Co-ordination (SATUCC), Fellowshipof Christian Councils in Southern Africa (FOCCISA) and Southern African DevelopmentCommunity – Council of NGOs (SADC-CNGOs) have come together between 27th and 30thof July, in Harare, Zimbabwe, and deliberated extensively among others on the politicaland socio-economic developments in the Southern African region.Click here to download theÂÂ Solidarity_Resolution_Final.pdf
|Communique to the SADC Heads of State & Government|
We, the assembled representatives of Civil Society in Southern Africa, having gathered in Harare, Zimbabwe and deliberated on the progress and challenges facing the Southern African Development Community on the occasion of the 10th Civil Society Forum, hereby express the following for your consideration at the forthcoming 34th Summit of the Heads of State and Government;Hereby call on SADC Heads of State & Government toClick here for the Â Communique_of_the_10th_Civil_Society_Forum_Final
|Illicit Financial Flows: Curbing resource leakages|
Recent statistics indicate that South Africa has lost more than USD $100.7 billion over the period of 2002-2011. The SARS Commissioner has on numerous occasions expressed great concern about the risk SA faces regarding illicit financial flows; and the detrimental effect this has towards domestic resource mobilization. South Africa needs all available resources at its disposal in order to address the massive developmental challenges the country faces. Resource leakages like illicit financial flows have a significant negative effect on the countries capacity to meet its developmental objectives. It is clear that more information is required on this phenomenon; and more importantly, the need to explore ways to curb all forms of illicit financial flows is urgent.
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|10th SADC Civil Society Forum Declaration|
We, the representatives of civil society organizations and organized labour from across the Southern Africa Region, meeting under the auspices of the Fellowship of Christian Councils of Southern Africa (FOCCISA), Southern Africa Development Community – Council of Non-Governmental Organizations (SADC-CNGO) and the Southern Africa Trade Union Coordination Council (SATUCC) between the 27th to the 30th of July 2014, in Harare, Zimbabwe at the 10th Southern Africa Civil Society Forum delare the following:
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|Submission on Mining to Davis Tax Committee|
South Africa is ranked amongst the top producers of mining extractives worldwide. According to Curtis (2009), South Africa "is the world’s largest producer of platinum group metals, chrome ore, manganese and vanadium and a major supplier of gold (world rank 2) coal (5), iron ore (9), nickel (5) and uranium (5)." However, over the years the mining industries’ contribution towards GDP has enormously decreased and this is partly attributed to the depletion of the mineral reserves.
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|Illicit financial flows severely impact developing countries, not least South Africa|
Illicit financial flows are a massive problem impacting developing countries in general and in particular South Africa, and require urgent attention. This became clear during a roundtable meeting convened by three well-known international civil society organisations (CSOs) - African Monitor, Economic Justice Network and Oxfam - in South Africa during May. In a statement released Friday last week, the organisations noted that illicit financial flows also impacted developed countries and was such a huge and complex field that it would be best solved by a wide range of organisations working together to address the challenges caused by such flows.
In the case of South Africa, a Working Group was established during the roundtable to work with South African CSOs, the government and the private sector. The Working Group will ensure that there is purposeful cooperation to address the issue among South African CSOs. The group will liaise with other like-minded groups and task forces involved in addressing the issue.
|Submission on Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) to the Davis Tax Committee|
Following the formation of the Davis Tax Committee, sub-committees were established to focus on specific tax-related issues, according to the terms of reference (attached). CSO’s are instrumental in policy processes and therefore, we have undertaken to tackle particular issues under the sub-committees of base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS) and mining extractives and tax, respectively, in order to produce two respective submissions to these sub-committees. The purpose of this meeting was to provide recommendations for the sub-committees from a CSO perspective. This was further highlighted by presentations from Savior Mwamba (TJN-A) and Thembinkosi Dlamini (Oxfam GB).
Click here to read the full submission: SUBMISSION_TO_THE_BASE_EROSION_AND_PROFIT_SUBCOMMITTEE.pdf