Extractives
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Nyusi warns Zambézia coastal community not to block Russian-owned sand mine

President Filipe Nyusi this week inaugurated a Russian-owned heavy sand mining facility, with links to the family of former President Armando Guebuza — and warned the local community in Zambézia not to get in its way. Tazetta [...]

Politics & Economy
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South Africa’s new justice minister seeks to overturn Chang extradition decision

The decision to extradite former Mozambican finance minister Manuel Chang to Mozambique made by former South African justice minister Michael Masutha in May looks set to be overturned, after the new justice minister concluded that it was unlawful and in violation of Southern African Development [...]

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Business
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Property developer Grit cashes in on Mozambique gas and mining boom

Property developer Grit Real Estate Income Group appears to be cashing in on the anticipated resource boom in Mozambique, as oil and mining companies are estimated to be paying a total of around $5-6 million a year in rent for their offices and luxury flats in Maputo and Tete. Anadarko is [...]

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Infrastructure
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Floods leave thousands homeless, and halt Vale coal exports from Tete

Nine people have died and thousands have been left homeless by the flooding in Tete that has caused almost MZN 1 billion ($16 million) worth of damage to infrastructure in the province. The bridge over the Revubue, which connects Moatize with the city of [...]

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Development
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Yara threatens to pull Mozambique fertiliser project over domestic gas price

A fertiliser plant planned by Norway’s Yara using Rovuma Basin gas, “is no longer in a position to advance,” because the domestic gas price is too high, according to a senior official at Mozambique’s petroleum regulator, INP. Yara’s 1.2 million tonne per annum plant,
Heavy Industry
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Frelimo holding company sells cement plant stake in $85m deal

A Singaporean company has agreed to pay $85 million for a majority  stake in a cement plant near Maputo which until last month was 99% owned by a company described as “the financial arm” of Mozambique’s ruling party, Frelimo. The cement plant project at [...]

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