Socio-economic crisis grips SADC � Churches

A socio-economic and political situation crisis, fuelled partly by corruption, is gripping Southern Africa and compromising the region’s development, faith leaders have said.

Speaking at the 11th Southern Africa Civil Society Forum yesterday, Botswana Council of Churches (BCC) executive secretary, Reverend Simane Mosweu urged civil society to brainstorm on how to tackle such challenges in the region.

“It is critical for us in forums like this to debate on issues that affect our respective communities and we need to engage our SADC leaders critically,” Simane said.

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