Southern Africa Cross Border Traders Association (SACBTA) has finally employed a Gender Development officer. Mrs Mary Malunga will be stationed at the head office in Harare Zimbabwe. This is one intent of the organisation to explore means of facilitating cross border trade in SADC region. SACBTA with support from OSISA is implementing ampllyfication of women
PRESS STATEMENT ON XENOPHOBIA IN SOUTH AFRICA 19th September 2019. Southern Africa Cross Border Traders Association (SACBTA) is greatly perturbed by the recurring of xenophobic attacks in South Africa. Burning and killing of foreign nationals and truck drivers in cold blood and in broad day light makes sad reading. As the region SADC is faced
The Simplified Trade Regime and Gender workshop was organised by Cross Border Traders Association with support from OSISA through Southern Africa Cross Border Traders Association. The purpose for the workshop was to identify key challenges on implementation of Simplified Trade Regime and Gender issues in Cross Border Trade. The workshop draw 60 delegates from Public
The Southern African Cross Border Traders Association (SACBTA) sincerely extends its gratitude to all organizations and individuals that contributed to the development of this Gender Mainstreaming Strategy. We are indebted to the various stakeholders and partners for the collective effort and technical input towards the development of the strategy.
VISION & MISSION
To be the leader in creating a conducive trading environment and vibrant national organisations in cross border trading resulting in improved livelihoods for traders.
To promote, strengthen, protect cross border trading through policy research, advocacy and networking.
In pursuit of our vision and mission, SACBTA will be guided and uphold the following principles/core values.
- High standard of transparency and accountability