Maputo became home to the third Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry on the African continent yesterday, with Mozambique joining Ethiopia and Ghana as a priority investment destination for the Arab Emirate. Agriculture, infrastructure, power generation, tourism, and transport were [...]
China has chosen Mozambique as one of three “priority partners” for its investment in Africa, along with Angola and Egypt – a second tier of beneficiaries behind four “pioneer and demonstration countries”, namely Tanzania, Ethiopia, Kenya, and the Republic of [...]
The European Union looks set to become the next major donor to suspend aid to Mozambique after a spokesman told Zitamar News that Brussels is working on a co-ordinated response with EU member states and the World Bank. The EU is the second biggest donor to Mozambique’s budget after [...]
South African energy company Sasol is tendering for construction companies to build a new training centre southern Mozambique to provide locals with the skills to needed to work on its oil and gas project in the province of Inhambane.
Mozambique’s President Filipe Nyusi is today meeting with German businesspeople in Berlin to convince them that it is safe to invest in Mozambique, ahead of a series of meetings with German and European politicians to discuss his country’s current [...]
International aid agencies are planning to launch emergency food supply operations in Mozambique after the government put the country on a Red Alert – with the
The United Nations’ refugee agency, the UNHCR, has finally begun taking Mozambican refugees to a proper accommodation camp in Malawi – but heavy rains mean 10,000 will have to remain where they are until at least next week.
The World Bank is set to stop all lending to Mozambique in the light of new revelations about naval defence spending, a move which is likely to be followed by Mozambique’s major aid donors, Zitamar
Mozambican defence forces stand accused of trying to prevent would-be refugees from crossing from Tete into western Malawi, while reports have also emerged of refugees fleeing from Zambézia province into south-eastern Malawi.
Indian mining company Jindal and the Cahora Bassa hydroelectric power plant appear to have resolved their differences over a long-delayed joint project to provide water to communities living in the Cahora Bassa district. However another foreign-owned [...]