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Negotiations for a Nile-Cooperative Framework Agreement

"This paper aims to explain the geopolitical set-up of the Nile Basin, the processes of the upstream-downstream negotiations, and the imperatives for upstream-downstream cooperation. It argues that the Nile basin countries must have a new agreemen...

The Namibian Dilemma: Factors Preventing a Settlement

This paper is on the course of the SWA/Nambian situation on wanting internationally recognised independence. It reports that the issue has reached a turning point away from the wanted independence. Such a collapse is said to be a setback for the W...

Perspectives on negotiations: Two views on the process

This document contains two articles: The first article, by Dr. Oscar Dumisani Dhlomo, discusses the current South African situation, particularly Natal. The Pretoria Minute (6 August 1990) between the South African Government and the African Nati...

SAIIA Southern Africa Record no 28

This record includes statements from various key figures like Minister P W Botha on the Namibian negotiations during 1982. It also includes correspondence concerning Angolan allegations of South African military incursions into Angola during 1982...

Personalities and pressures shaping SA's EU negotiations

"The next round of the SA-EU Free Trade Agreement (FTA) talks will be held from 16 - 18 September in Brussels. This will be the twentieth round of talks in these protracted negotiations. Some analysts feel that unless agreement is reached by mid...

Services trade in Southern Africa a literature survey and overview

"While all services sectors are important, and deserve attention, this report focuses on core infrastructure services because they create an enabling environment in which other services develop and/or thrive. The tourism sector has been added beca...

Thabo Mbeki and the 'Long Talk' to Southern Sudan's Referendum

"The negotiations between the National Congress Party (NCP) of Northern Sudan and the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM) of Southern Sudan over the possible consequences of the referendum scheduled for January 2011 in which Southern Sudan w...

South Africa and negotiations: new hope or false dawn?

This brief reports describes the dramatically changed political landscape in South Africa. Since early August, there have been a number of statements by both sides which indicate a desire to end the South African conflict even though the parties r...

SAIIA Southern Africa Record no 51

This Southern Africa Record contains the following texts: Press release on SWAPO and Namibian Whites, Stockholm meeting, 19-21 June 1988; Principles for a Peaceful Settlement in South Western Africa;Statement by State President PW Botha on US sanc...

SAIIA Southern Africa Record no 14

This Southern Africa Record contains the following texts concerning negotiations on South West Africa/Namibia: •Statement by Sam Nujoma, President of Swapo, in the UN Security Council, 27 July 1978. •Report of the UN Secretary-General dated 29...

Les Organisations de Producteurs Senegalaises dans la Negociation des Accords de Partenariat Economique - Etude / Senegalese Producer Organisations and the Negotiation of Economic Partnership Agreements - Review

"Senegal is a signatory of the Cotonou Agreement of 2000, an economic agreement between developing countries and the EU which is not in line with the rules of the World Trade Organisation (OMC) due to it not being based on any form of reciprocity....

Negotiations in a Cultural Context

Two important dimensions of the National Dialogue need to be highlighted in these concluding comments. The first is that the National Dialogue should be approached as a phased process with structured priorities. Highest in the order of priorities...

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