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Agriculture Yara's Greenbelt Fertilizer facility in Beira. Photo © Arcénio Sebastião / Zitamar News
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Norwegian fertilizer giant Yara is suspending its operations in Beira and cutting 49 jobs, due to unsafe electrical infrastructure at the facility it bought last year as part of its $51 million takeover of fertilizer distribution group Greenbelt [...]

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Agriculture Fall armyworm eating through corn. Photo: CABI
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Mozambique’s crops are under threat from the fall armyworm, a pest that has already caused substantial crop damage in Zambia, Malawi, Zimbabwe and South Africa, according to warnings from international bodies. The [...]

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Plantations Massingir Dam. Photo © Eleanor Muller, Transfrontier Parks Destinations
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South African investor, which quit last year, says it still believes in the agricultural potential of Massingir - but local constraints mean the project may never be economic South African sugar giant TSB, a [...]

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Agriculture A tobacco field in Zimbabwe. Photo: Zimbabwe Tobacco Association
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Mozambique has joined the list of countries buying tobacco from Zimbabwe, according to official figures. The latest figures from the Tobacco Industry and Marketing Board (TIMB) show Mozambique buying 600kg of Zimbabwean tobacco - an amount that TIMB CEO Andrew Matibiri told Zitamar [...]

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Aid A woman in drought-hit Mozambique. Photo: CARE
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Humanitarian aid agencies are $90 million short of being able to help those Mozambicans hit by the prolonged drought and expected floods over the coming two months, a consortium of agencies coordinated by the United Nations has warned. Two failed rainy seasons in a row have caused a drought [...]

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Agriculture EMATUM's fishing boats rusting in Maputo harbour. Photo © Timothy Haccius / Zitamar News
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Around 30 employees of state-backed Mozambican tuna fishing company EMATUM are on strike following delays in paying their salaries, according to Mozambican daily newspaper O Pais. The EMATUM employees told O Pais that the company is trying to implement a new system of [...]

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Transport Photo © CFM
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An emergency co-operation deal between Zimbabwe and Mozambique’s state railway companies has allowed the landlocked nation to import over 100,000 tonnes of maize through Mozambique since February this year, to help it cope with the effects of the 2015-16 drought. The United Nations [...]

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Agriculture © NEIL PALMER PHOTOGRAPHY
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Mozambique has pledged $200 million for a series of Agro-processing partnerships with experienced Zimbabwean companies. The five-year joint ventures, which will start next January, were announced during Manica province governor Alberto Mondlane’s recent visit to Zimbabwe. During the [...]

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Agriculture Photo © WFP
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The drought affecting Mozambique has led to a drop in agricultural production making maize in Gaza, Tete and Sofala provinces twice as expensive as last year, the World Food Programme (WFP) said on Tuesday. As well as the drought, food supplies have also been influenced by political and [...]

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