President Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa and his Zambian counterpart, President Hakainde Hichilema today held a meeting on the sidelines of the SADC Summit in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
The two leaders deliberated on a number of issues of interest to the two sister nations, key among them the promotion of power generation.
Posting on his microblog Twitter handle after the meeting Hichilema said:
“On the sidelines of SADC Summit, held bilateral talks with H.E President Mnangagwa of Zimbabwe.
“Discussed the Batoka Gorge hydro power station, Kazungula 1-stop border post & modernising our railway network from SouthAfrica to DRC & other projects that benefit our peoples.”