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Rehabilitated Palma Airstrip to open in December under new concessionaire

The public airstrip in Palma, Cabo Delgado, in northern Mozambique, should reopen by the end of December following the rehabilitation of the runway by a Kenyan-owned aviation company. Palma district administrator Valige [...]

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Maputo Port denies ‘hidden debts’ payment claim

The Maputo Port Development Company has said it has full confidence in its chief executive, Osorio Lucas, who was last week accused of taking money from Lebanese shipbuilder Privinvest as part of the ‘hidden debts’ deals done by that company in Mozambique. The [...]

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Coal
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Construction of Macuse port and rail to start next year, concessionaire says

A $3.2 billion project to build new port in Zambezia province and a 639-kilometre railway linking it with coalfields in Tete will begin at the end of next year, Orlando Marques, the CEO of Thai Mozambique Logistics (TML) told Zitamar News. However, the concessionaire and the Ministry of [...]

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Privinvest continues offshore logistics operation in Mozambique despite litigation

Privinvest, the contractor which supplied Mozambique’s controversial ‘hidden debts’ security companies, continues to do business in the country through a logistics subsidiary which provides services to offshore oil and gas operations, despite ongoing legal action [...]

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Coal
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Floods leave thousands homeless, and halt Vale coal exports from Tete

Nine people have died and thousands have been left homeless by the flooding in Tete that has caused almost MZN 1 billion ($16 million) worth of damage to infrastructure in the province. The bridge over the Revubue, which connects Moatize with the city of [...]

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