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    SASO was registered and recognised at the 41st Session of the ICAO Assembly held in Montreal, Canada, from 27th September to the 7th October 2022

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    Training Instructors Course for the SASO National Safety Inspectors Held in Johannesburg, South Africa from 22 to 26 August 2022

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    On the 5th July 2022, the Government of the United Republic of Tanzania became the 10th member to sign the SASO Charter

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    Workshop to Build Capacity to Draft Civil Aviation Regulations for the National Safety Inspectors (NSIs) Held From 9-11 May 2022 in Ezulwini, Eswatini


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SADC Member States are expected by the international aviation community to implement the eight critical elements essential for an effective safety oversight system according to the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO).
To expedite the launching of SADC Aviation Safety Organisation (SASO), at their meeting in October 2013, SADC Ministers of Transport and Meteorology approved establishing an INTERIM SASO SECRETARIAT until the SADC Council of Ministers approves the SASO Charter, outlining the legal and institutional framework for SASO.
The Southern African Development Community (SADC) comprises 15 Member States. Out of these 15, those that have signed the SADC Aviation Safety (SASO) Charter are referred to as State Parties to the SASO Charter and members of the SASO.