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Private Sector Steering African Regional Integration

GREAT insights magazine | Published on 01-10-2013

Lesley Wentworth | Cynthia Chikura

Regional integration in Africa, as in most other regions, is founded on the Aristotelian principle that collective economic, political and security development across the continent is more desirable than the individual development of 54 sovereign states.


The Complexities of Regional Infrastructure Planning

Publications | Published on 08-08-2013

Lesley Wentworth | SAIIA (South African Institute of International Affairs)

Integrating infrastructure is a giant leap on the continuum towards deeper regional integration, allowing for better economies of scale and the development of cross-border public goods. Transport corridors (road and rail), airports and seaports link countries physically, politically and economically, and also provide global market access.

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Financing of Infrastructure

Publications | Published on 08-08-2013

Lesley Wentworth | South African Institute for International Affairs (SAIIA)

In response to the global financial crisis of 2008–09, banks radically cut back on lending, especially for long-term projects. Governments worldwide, gambling on a big

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Lesotho Highlands: Water Woes of Win-Wins?

Publications | Published on 08-08-2013

Lesley Wentworth | South African Institute of International Affairs (SAIIA)

The Lesotho Highlands Water Project (LHWP) has been acknowledged as a feat of engineering excellence; the real achievement being to use gravity tunnels and dams to divert the river from its natural flow

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SADC Payment Integration System

Publications | Published on 08-08-2013

Lesley Wentworth | South African Institute of International Affairs (SAIIA)

On 22 July 2013 the Southern African Development Community (SADC) Integrated Regional Electronic Settlement System (SIRESS) became operational in the four countries of the Common Monetary Area

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