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What will an industrializing SADC look like 2030?

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Terrence Mutuswa

on 4 August 2017

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Industry 4.0
What will an industrializing
SADC look like in 2030?
THE HISTORY OF INDUSTRIALIZATION
INDUSTRY 1.0
(1789 - 1865)
Steam engine
1775
Cotton spinning
1764
Railroads
1826
"Mechanical Innovation"
INDUSTRY 2.0
(1870 - 1968)

"Mass production"
Assembly lines
Electrification
INDUSTRY 3.0
(1970 - 2015)

Mainframe computers
Personalized computing
THE INTERNET
"Information and Communications Technology"
INDUSTRY 4.0
TODAY

"Radical system-wide innovation"
Nanotechnology
3D printing
Mobile networks
Big data
Artificial intelligence
Deep learning
Internet of things
THE BALANCING ACT
"Industry 4.0 should prioritize making life better for all"
In order to
have...
Increased access
to information
and technology
Mass invention
and cheap
personalized
production of
goods
Transformation of traditional
business models
We must
avoid...
Joblessness/
jobless growth
Sustainability:
clean energy, more food etc
IDEAS ON HOW TO INDUSTRIALIZE SADC
Low-skill jobs
will disappear
New jobs and
skills will
emerge
Human interaction
will remain vital
technological advances
Reforming
Education is
Key
SMEs are vital to SADC's Industrialization Strategy
Increase competitiveness
for Manufacturers
Boost the
innovation economy
Enable sustainable
prosperity
Places individuals at
the center of production
Revolutionize
traditional industries
Value Chain Working Groups – Next Steps
Agro-Processing
Mining
Pharmaceutical
NTB Monitoring Mechanism (www.tradebarriers.org) – awareness-building campaign highlight its utility dealing with agricultural NTBs.
Create a repository for documents on land tenure / develop a seminar for Industrialisation Week.
Seminar programme focused on financing for agriculture for Industrialisation Week.
SABF & SADC engage on shorter published brochures on policy documents for PS.
Continue engagement between (including MNCs and multi-sector e.g., Buy Afrikan) for SME integration into agro-processing value chain.

Revive the SADC Mining Ministers’ Committee as counterpart to MIASA.
Engage PS on SADC Mining Vision
Link discussions on CoE with the Innovation Hub at CSIR and other regional science councils (Mintek).
Follow up the process with UNIDO on health and safety, and training centre for small-scale miners.
Advocacy: Harmonisation of regulations across different government departments within single SADC MS.
Consider ‘softer’ regulatory and compliance procedures for small miners to incentivise ‘legal” participation

Develop policy/ operations matrix for consistent monitoring of Pharma WG Issues and Cross-cutting issues.
Work together with SADC on short booklet on Zazibona for PS.
Follow up with SADC/ SARPAM on access for pharma companies to the SADC Medicines Database.
Short policy note on TRIPS and the Regional IP Guidelines Process.
Open discussions with NEPAD Agency/ World Bank for their report on capacity of Medical Regulatory Associations.

Trade Facilitation Working Group – Next Steps
Mutual Recognition/Accreditation Programme:
SIRESS Corporate payments= 14 countries / 73 banks
Centralised clearance through Corridors via Corridor Authorities (e.g., motor vehicle licensing).
SADC Invoice Declaration
Enhancing policy certainty through the standardised use of tariffs, fees and levies:
Non-tariff barriers should be logged via the NTB Monitoring Mechanism.
Retailer Standards: Standards drafted to customise certification at plant level (Global Capacity Builders Programme, ties to Global Food Safety initiative – being undertaken by CGCSA.
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