Terrorism acts in Mozambique – SADC

Terreurdade en terrorisme sal nie geduld word nie – so spreek die leier (president) van Suid-Afrika en ook voor SADC gehoor, (as voorsitter)  hom uit.   Hierdie geweld in die Mosambiekse noordelike provinsie het alreeds voor 2017 begin en is  nie ‘n nuwe aanslag in 2021 nie.   Wat is die werklike rede waarom die SADC lande toe nie al begin optree om hierdie geweld en gevegte teenoor plaaslike inwoners stop te sit nie?   Die werklike redes en afleiding is sodat al hierdie geweld eers moes versprei en soveel plaaslike bevolkings ontwortel en selfs vermoor, of na ander lande versprei?  Waarvoor – vir gas en ander minerale?

South African President and Southern African Development Community (SADC) Chairperson on Politics, Defence and Security Cooperation Cyril Ramaphosa (L), Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi (2ndL), Botswana’s President Mokgweetsi Masisi (2ndR) and Namibia’s President Hage Geingob (R) arrive for the Extraordinary Summit of the SADC Organ Troika Plus the Republic of Mozambique at the OR Tambo Building in Pretoria, on October 5, 2021. 


Wetgewing – Legislation
Terrorism – Terrorisme



What is troika in SADC?

The Troika of the SADC Organ on Politics, Defence and Security Cooperation consists of the Republic of Botswana as Current Chair, the Republic of South Africa as Incoming Chair and the Republic of Zimbabwe as Outgoing Chair. These together constitute the SADC Double Troika.

NO ANSWER TO “SUCCESSES” (operational matters) (5 October 2021)

SADC organ Troika has held an extraordinary summit in Pretoria chaired by President Cyril Ramaphosa. Top of the agenda was the conflict in Mozambique’s Cabo Delgado region.




Take also note, there is nothing about our conflicts in South Africa, like the killings and attacks, the burning down of shops and businesses in Gauteng, Kwazulu-Natal and other provinces.

At their meeting there were some discussions like the conflict in Cabo Delgado province in Mozambique. This type of conflicts are ongoing for months and years. Most of conflicts and terrorism in Africa and other countries are about land, about minerals, gas and oil. At the end, people must also look who received the tenders on gas and minerals.

April 2021

The Double Troika Summit received a report from the Organ Troika on the security situation in Mozambique, and noted with concern, the acts of terrorism perpetrated against innocent civilians, women and children in some of the districts of Cabo Delgado Province of the Republic of Mozambique; condemned the terrorist attacks in strongest terms; and affirmed that such heinous attacks cannot be allowed to continue without a proportionate regional response.



Namibia – 2018

The Summit will receive Reports on the political and security situation in the SADC region to enable the regional leaders to appreciate the progress made in the implementation of SADC decisions in the Kingdom of Lesotho and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).

SADC is an organisation of 16 Member States whose mission is to promote sustainable and equitable economic growth and socio-economic development through efficient, productive systems, deeper cooperation and integration, good governance and durable peace and security; so that the region emerges as a competitive and effective player in international relations and the world economy.



November 2020


“Political repression and disregard for basic rights characterized several SADC countries over the past year,” said Dewa Mavhinga, senior Africa researcher at Human Rights Watch. “SADC governments need to ensure that they meet their human rights obligations and improve the quality of life for those who are most vulnerable.”

Human rights concerns in Angola, Democratic Republic of Congo, Mozambique, Swaziland, South Africa, and Zimbabwe should get particular attention, Human Rights Watch said. SADC member countries have identified peace, security, and the promotion of human rights as key concerns within the region, but the individual countries need to take steps to ensure respect for human rights and the rule of law.

In Angola, the government of President José Eduardo dos Santos has pledged to improve its rights record, but instead has been severely curtailing the rights to freedom of expression and association. Security forces have used excessive force, arbitrary arrests, and intimidation to prevent peaceful anti-government protests, strikes, and other gatherings. In April, police gunfire wounded at least three people during a peaceful student demonstration against an increase in school fees in Caluquembe, Huila province. On August 6, soldiers fired live ammunition during a peaceful protest in Luanda, killing a teenage boy. There have also been reports of excessive use of force to evict people for development and agriculture projects.


In Mozambique, the political and military conflict between the government and the opposition RENAMO party has resulted in increased human rights abuses. Since October 2015, tens of thousands of people have fled to Malawi because of abuses by the military, including summary executions, sexual violence, and mistreatment of people in custody. In Zambezia province, armed men linked to RENAMO have attacked hospitals and health clinics to loot medicine and supplies, threating access to health care for tens of thousands of people in remote areas. The Mozambican government has yet to publish its findings of an investigation of a mass grave found in May 2016 containing at least 15 bodies.

In South Africa, public confidence in the government’s willingness to tackle human rights violations, corruption and respect for the rule of law has eroded. The government has done little to address concerns about the treatment of migrants, refugees, and asylum seekers, or the root causes of xenophobic violence. The government has failed to ensure that an estimated half million children with disabilities have access to basic education. Rights groups expressed concerns about the government’s failure to develop a national strategy to combat the high rate of violence against women and the continued underreporting of rape.



Daar is verskillende tipes van terreuraksies en geweld op alle kontinente.  Terreuraksies in Suid-Afrika word selde of ooit in hul SADC land vergaderings genoem.  Die feit dat daar ‘n hele aantal persone aangeval en vermoor is in 2019 tot 2021 geld ook nie as terroristiese dade nie.    Dit geld ook nie vir duisende impi’s wat van winkelsentrum tot winkelsentrum vervoer word in 2021 om dit eers te plunder en alle bewyse tot as verbrand nie.   

Die algehele doel daarvan is dat die Ekonomie moet seerkry, sneuwel en tot as vergaan. Dit is net sodat besighede nie hul deure moet oopmaak vir werksgeleenthede en inkomstes wat verkry kan word nie.   

Daar bestaan nie vrede in Suid-Afrika nie en nog minder sal die buurlande vrede ervaar.   

Kwelvrae is – Watter tipe leiers tree op teenoor hierdie tipe van geweldadige protesaksies wat rewolusionêr is. Dit kom voor of die leiers trots is met hulself en hul navolgers se handewerk om alle werksgeleenthede te plunder en vernietig.  Weet sommige leiers wat terrorisme is – dis nie net bomplant, mense se koppe afkap of ‘n motorband om die nek plaas nie.   Meeste terroristiese dade is vandag teen diegene wat werkskep en geleenthede vir mense bied.


Note – neem kennis

Enige onafhanklike land het die reg om hul eie sake 100% te hanteer en ook met buurlande of ander lande buite die kontinent, hul eie ooreenkomste aan te gaan en self hul eie verteenwoordigers of ambassadeurs uit ander lande aanstel..

Any independent country, like it happened in the past or in the future, have rights to negotiation their own agreements with other countries.

South Africa is part of the BRICS countries.

Botswana has concluded and signed numerous bilateral and regional trade agreements. Being in the SADC and SACU groups and allows Botswana to enjoy preferential access to many markets.

BOTSWANA kies hul eie vriende en sluit ooreenkomste of handelsooreenkomste self.



Terrorism in Mozambique

Land – Palma in Mozambique

Attack in Cabo Delgado Mozambique (Isis)

Russia in Africa – BRICS – Mozambique (Cabo Delgado)

Mozambique attacks

Anadarko’s Palma Afungi LNG plant in Northern Mozambique

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