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" Africa is open for business, not for sale. " These are the words that were spoken in the summit.

The African continent is one of the most diverse regions on the planet, with many unique cultures and traditions. However, there is one thing that unites the people of Africa. That is the hope for a brighter future for the continent. Africa has been a victim of colonization and exploitation, which has led to a lack of resources, the spread of diseases, and poor infrastructure. However, the African people are hopeful that one day soon, the continent will be able to realize its full potential.

African countries are often overlooked and not considered as important in the eyes of the world. In recent years, African countries have become more and more noticeable to the world because of the growth of Africa's economy.

The 42nd SADC summit has occurred and it entailed a lot of talk about the future of Africa and issues prevalent in Africa.

"Africa is open for business, not for sale!" said Malawi President Lazarus Chakwera at the 42nd summit of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) in the DRC, convened on the organization's 30th anniversary.

"Nobody outside of Africa is coming to construct Africa the manner we need it to be built. Not the Americans. Not the Europeans. Not the Asians. They can provide us a street right here and there, a stadium or two, some million dollars, that is not anything more than pocket cash to them, and it's far nothing in comparison to the sums they provide each other as Westerners or Easterners. We want critical resources, and there is nobody to offer them to us," Chakwera added.

As Africans there's no time to fight or argue amongst ourselves, we must unite and compete with the best in order to rise. That was the overall message. Less talk more action. Now we shall wait and see how leaders plan on building our beautiful African continent.

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