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Business A worker at Vale's Moatize coal mining project. Photo: Vale
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Workers in the mining and energy sectors will benefit most from new minimum wages announced yesterday by Mozambique’s council of ministers, under which large mining, electricity, water and gas companies must now pay workers more than 6,000 meticais per [...]

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Construction The existing Escola Industrial e Comercial in Inhassoro
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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.

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Electricity Nampula. Photo: Zitamar News
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Seven of Mozambique’s 11 provinces were without mains electricity for most of Sunday, 24 April due to work on a substation in the province of Tete – despite a new floating power plant in Nacala bay which President Filipe Nyusi claimed in March would bring [...]

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Politics A lorry ablaze on the EN7, Sunday 17 April 2016
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Traffic on Mozambique’s EN7 highway between Chimoio and Tete was interrupted for over 15 hours over the past weekend following heavy fighting between government forces and the armed wing of the country’s main opposition party, Renamo, according to sources on the ground. Zitamar News [...]

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Coal HCB, Jindal, and ENRC agree to provide water to Chitima in 2013. Photo © HCB
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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 [...]

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Agriculture Nampula. Photo: Zitamar News
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The government of Mozambique has launched a tender for consultants to design and manage a project to build a new higher education college in the north of the country, to be financed by the Arab Bank for Economic Development (BADEA).

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Extractives A map of the first section of the proposed pipeline. Image: SSRPC
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The Sub-Saharan Regional Pipeline Corporation (SSRPC) is trying to revive interest in a project to import fuel from the Macuze Port in Mozambique to hinterland countries, which has been languishing since 2013 when governments initially signed letters of [...]

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