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Agriculture Xinavane Tongaat Hulett
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South African sugar producer Tongaat Hulett has begun work on a $41 million refinery in southern Mozambique to make enough white sugar to satisfy the country’s demand in full. The refinery will be built at the company’s [...]

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Agriculture Eucalyptus saplings grown by Portucel Moçambique. Photo: Portucel Moçambique
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A group of five Mozambican civil organisations and charities has said that a major plantation project in Manica and Zambezia is “disadvantageous” to locals. The criticisms of Portucel Moçambique’s plantation came in a new report into the ‘jobs for land’ deal [...]

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Mozambique’s Minister of Agriculture and Food Security last week invited international investors to put a total of $2.5 billion into irrigation projects in five river basins throughout the country, serving 150,000 hectares of productive land.

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Agriculture Photo: www.gorongosa.org
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The price of grain in central Mozambique fell as much as 50% in April, a hunger monitoring group said this week, as improved rainfall marked an effective end to a two-year drought in the region, and Mozambique’s political factions agreed a truce that [...]

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Agriculture Some of the convicts after their arrest in November 2016.
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The Blantyre Chief Resident Magistrate’s Court in Malawi has sentenced 35 people – 23 Mozambicans, 10 Malawians and two Chinese - to between 12 and 18 months imprisonment for illegal logging in a national park which they accessed from their base in [...]

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