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Zitamar News provides reliable and intelligent daily news and analysis on Mozambique’s economy, politics, and business sectors, with a particular focus on the extractive industry. Zitamar News is written and edited in Maputo by Tom Bowker and Leigh Elston, and by Gavriel Hollander in London - with contributions from a network of reporters in Mozambique and the region. Read more here. To contact the editors, including leads or tips in confidence, please email: news@zitamar.com

Politics Renamo soldiers pose in Gorongosa during the party's Congress in January 2019. Photo © Tom Bowker / Zitamar News
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Renamo’s participation in this year’s Presidential elections is in doubt after a senior officer in the party’s military wing said the party’s leader, Ossufo Momade, would be killed if he does not stand aside before the deadline to submit candidates for October’s Presidential election. A [...]

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Mozambique's Northern Insurgency A local government building in Mocimboa da Praia, Cabo Delgado. Photo © DW
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Mozambican police today denied a claim by the Islamic State that fighters loyal to the Islamist extremist group ambushed members of the Mozambican military in Cabo Delgado province on Monday. The insurgency in Cabo Delgado has been attacking civilians and military personnel since October [...]

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The fertiliser market in Mozambique will grow and become more competitive, one of Africa’s biggest fertiliser producers, OCP,  has said, after rival mining and phosphate company Ma’aden has entered the market.

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Economy EMATUM's fishing boats rusting in Maputo harbour. Photo © Timothy Haccius / Zitamar News
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Mozambique has reached a new restructure agreement with the holders of the majority its sovereign bond — bringing forward the amortisation date by two years and paying higher interest rates than the two sides agreed last November, but eliminating a [...]

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