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Development Bank of Southern Africa

Summary
The Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA) is a development finance institution wholly owned by the Government of South Africa. The bank intends to "accelerate sustainable socio-economic development in the Southern African Development Community (SADC) by driving financial and non-financial investments in the social and economic infrastructure sectors". History, mandate and vision The Development Bank of Southern Africa is a South African development bank whose stated primary purpose is to promote economic development and growth, improve the quality of lives of people and promote regional integration through infrastructure, finance and development. The DBSA mandate focuses the banks underlying policy to play a catalytic role in delivering developmental infrastructure in South Africa and the rest of Africa. The Bank's mandate focuses the energy, water, transport and telecommunications sectors, with a secondary focus on health and education. The DBSA is actively involved
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