Recently-announced World Bank and EU-funded rural road projects in northern Mozambique are unlikely to result in real improvements unless the way the country’s roads are managed is radically overhauled, a veteran of the sector has told
Environmentalists have warned that a new port that Zimbabwe and Botswana want to see built in southern Mozambique would have a damaging environmental impact and disqualify the area from becoming a UNESCO World Heritage site.
The owners of the fuel pipeline running from Mozambique’s Beira port to Zimbabwe are planning a major fuel depot close to the Zimbabwean border to supply fuel to Mozambique’s landlocked neighbours including Zambia and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). [...]
The Mozambique government is negotiating three separate public-private partnerships on the country’s main north-south highway, requiring total investment of $415 million to be repaid through road tolls, the country’s Prime Minister said last week. [...]