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Agriculture A woman in drought-hit Mozambique. Photo: CARE
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Meteorological institute says northern provinces may receive more rainfall than usual, but the overall forecast is for normal amounts of rain Mozambique’s northern provinces are likely to experience normal or above average volumes of rainfall this coming rainy season, the country’s [...]

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Coal President Nyusi and minister of mineral resources and energy Pedro Couto visited Jindal's project in May 2016. Photo: Jindal
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Indian industrial corporation Jindal has reneged on a commitment to supply clean water to people living in the area of its coal mine in Tete, Mozambique, while scaling up production at the mine which it says has “increased [its] contribution to the [...]

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Water FIPAG's Intaka water distribution centre
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Construction works on a new $55 million water treatment station at the Corumana Dam, 90 km north of Maputo on the Sabie River, should start within the next three months, which could mean improved access to clean water for around 100,000 households in and around Maputo by early 2020.

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Commerce Shell's Pearl GTL plant in Qatar. Photo: Shell
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Mozambique President Filipe Nyusi is planning a two-day visit to the Netherlands in May - a country which could become one of the biggest investors in Mozambique within the next few years, as it looks to export gas and brewing expertise.

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Development FIPAG's Intaka water distribution centre
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Portuguese water utility Águas de Portugal (AdP) is believed to be eyeing a return to water provision in Mozambique, under a rumoured plan by national water utility FIPAG to re-privatise provision in parts of the country on a regional basis.
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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Development A water pipeline in Maputo Province. Photo: ADeM
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Residents of Mozambique’s capital, Maputo, and the neighbouring city of Matola, will have its water supply turned off every other day starting from Tuesday, 10 January, due to a severe reduction in the water level at the dam that serves the city.

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