A crucial question, as the rebuilding from Cyclone Kenneth begins, is how the conflict in Cabo Delgado will shape the recovery and, in the longer term, how the recovery may change the conflict
ExxonMobil is is looking for a private security company to work with Mozambique’s state security forces to protect its staff and projects in Cabo Delgado, where an insurgency shows no sign of easing more than a year after the first attacks.
Companies preparing gas liquefaction projects in and offshore of Mozambique’s northern province of Cabo Delgado are taking measures to ensure the safe transport of their workers in response to insurgent activity in the region, including one company [...]
Around 3000 Mozambican refugees who fled to Malawi during violence between Frelimo and Renamo in 2016 are due to return to Mozambique by the end of this year, according to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR).
The police in Pemba said on Wednesday evening that reports of an armed attack on a supermarket in the town earlier that day were a false [...]
UPDATE, 14 JUNE 2018: The police in Pemba said on Wednesday evening that reports of an armed attack on a supermarket in the town earlier that day were a false [...]
Leading oil and gas companies operating in Mozambique have denied involvement with Pro6, a new Mozambican security company reported to be a joint venture between ProIndicus, one of the companies involved in Mozambique’s hidden debts scandal, and the [...]
Terrorist attacks in Mozambique’s northern Cabo Delgado province have led hundreds of people to seek refuge on islands in the Quirimbas Archipelago, while oil and gas company Anadarko has suspended work on its projects in Palma district over security [...]
The terror in Mozambique’s northern province of Cabo Delgado has spread south to the district of Macomia, where at least seven people were murdered in the early hours of Tuesday morning, and more than 160 houses burned to the ground.