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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

Business The building site for CDM's new brewery in Marracuene, currently home to a small restaurant serving CDM beer. Photo © Alexandre Nhampossa / Zitamar News
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Mozambican brewing company Cervejas de Moçambique (CDM), part of the giant AB InBev group, has started building its new brewery on land sold to it by a Frelimo general in a process expedited by the governor of Maputo Province, Raimundo Diomba.

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Business Satellite view of Ilha Tecomaji and the Afungi Peninsula. Image: Google
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Anadarko and ExxonMobil’s plans to build giant LNG export projects in northern Mozambique have derailed construction of a tourism complex on Ilha Tecomaji by a company part-owned by a former minister of natural resources. Anadarko and ExxonMobil’s refusal to engage with Tecomaji Lda “is in [...]

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Extractives The Afungi peninsula in north-eastern Mozambique where the onshore LNG trains will be built. Photo from impacto.co.mz/portfolio/projecto-gas-natural-liquefeito/
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The land use certificate granted for the onshore LNG projects in the Rovuma Basin should be ruled illegal by Mozambique’s Administrative Court (Tribunal Administrativo), Mozambique’s Bar Association (Ordem dos Advogados de Moçambique, OAM) said on Thursday. The land use certificate, known as [...]

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Economy Prime Minister Carlos Agostinho do Rosario and Finance Minister Adriano Maleiane in parliament on 3 May 2017.
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Mozambique should only pay sovereign bondholders $369 million of a potential $500m gas-linked bonus, the country’s finance minister told parliament last week - but his calculations only make sense if ExxonMobil’s planned LNG project does not go [...]

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