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    • SADC Agromet Update Issue-04 - 2015-2016 Season.pdf

      Date Signed: 2015-12-21

      Type: Documents & Publications, Newsletters


      The slow start of the rainfall season continued in the southern half of the region during the first half of December. In particular, southern Malawi, central Mozambique, eastern Zambia and north-eastern Zimbabwe received well below normal rainfall, as well as Lesotho, central/western South Africa and southern Botswana (brown colours, Figure 1). The low rainfall in the first half of December is compounded by below normal rainfall that has generally characterized the rainfall season since October in the southern parts of the region.

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    • Seychelles 2015 Presidential Elections - SEOM Preliminary Statement

      Date Signed: 2015-12-20

      Type: Documents & Publications, Speeches & Communiques


      Preliminary Statement by Honourable Nyeleti Brooke Mondlane, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and Co-operation of the Republic of Mozambique and Head of the SEOM to the 2015 Presidential Elections in the Republic of Seychelles

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    • SADC Agromet Update Issue-03 - 2015-2016 Season

      Date Signed: 2015-12-10

      Type: Documents & Publications, Newsletters


      The slow start of the rainfall season continued in the southern half of the region, with below average rainfall being received in many areas over the course of October and November (Figure 1, brown and yellow colours). The brown colours are indicative of larger rainfall deficits compared to normal conditions, which have intensified over the last 2 weeks of November, particularly in southern/central Angola and eastern South Africa, as indicated by the red circles in Figure 1.

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