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    • SADC Harmonised Consumer Price Indices (HCPI) - February 2017

      Date Signed: 2017-04-11

      Type: Documents & Publications, Speeches & Communiques, Media Releases & Statements


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    • SADC Food Security Update - January to March 2017

      Date Signed: 2017-03-17

      Type: Documents & Publications, Newsletters

      Themes: Themes, Agriculture & Food Security, Food Security


      First round crop production estimates for Malawi show an increase in the production of most crops including the staple food, maize. Maize production is estimated at 3.2 million tonnes, up by 36% from 2.4 million tonnes last season. First round crop production estimates for South Africa show an increase in the production of most crops including maize. Maize production is estimated at 13.9 million tonnes, up by 79% from 7.8 million tonnes last season. Fall armyworm outbreak affect crops including maize, the staple food, in DRC, Botswana, Malawi, Namibia, Swaziland, South Africa, Zambia and Zimbabwe. Efforts to control the pest compromised by heavy rains experienced in some of these areas. However, the impact of the pest attack is expected not to be very significant.

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    • SADC Logistics cell situation report - 2017 week 09 tables and charts

      Date Signed: 2017-03-10

      Type: Documents & Publications, Newsletters

      Themes: Themes, Disaster Risk Management


      In this report: (i) Cereal exports from South Africa; (ii) Expected vessel imports; (iii) Expected vessels-Nacala Port; (iv) Vessels announced/expected-Beira Port; and (v) Maize grain exports ex-Zambia as at week 09.

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