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Mozambique's Northern Insurgency Screengrab of police officer Liberatus Sabas speaking to Tanzania's Azam News, September 2018
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Tanzanian police have publicly acknowledged that Tanzanian youth are joining the Islamist insurgency in Mozambique’s Cabo Delgado province and may be providing refuge to Mozambican militants just across the border. In a statement made to Tanzanian television [...]

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Extractives Aerial view of the Moma mine pond, processing plant and jetty. Photo: Kenmare Resources
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Human rights organisations are planning to investigate two recent deaths at Kenmare Resources’ heavy sands mine in northern Mozambique, amid ongoing calls for the company to share more of its growing revenues with the local community and the Mozambican [...]

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Business Chanfuta timber, one of the woods whose export has been restricted. Photo: Obtala
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The chairman of forestry company Obtala spent more than $14 million last week buying shares in the company’s forestry subsidiary, less than two weeks after the company suggested Obtala could abandon its Mozambique forestry concessions which are proving “a [...]

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Politics The Praça da Independência, Maputo, features a statue of Mozambique's first president, Samora Machel, in front of the city hall. Photo © Tom Bowker / Zitamar News
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Mozambique’s Constitutional Council (CC) today upheld a decision by the National Election Commission (CNE) to exclude the organisation headed by the son of Mozambique’s first President from the Maputo municipal election next month.

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Agriculture Pigeon peas, Cjanus cajan. Copyright C.L. Ramjohn
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Pigeon pea exporters are looking forward to greater transparency next year in the allocation of quotas to export the crop to India, following a meeting in Nacala yesterday prompted by complaints about how the system has been run up to now.

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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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Infrastructure Mcel and Huawei logos in Maputo, 2016. The mcel logo on the '33 Andares' building has since been replaced by Vodacom's. Photo © Timothy Haccius / Zitamar News
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Mozambique’s state-owned telecoms company TDM-mcel signed a memorandum of understanding with Chinese telecoms giant Huawei to help it develop a 4G and 5G mobile network in the country, as the company’s new board tries to steer the recently combined company to financial stability.

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Extractives Anadarko operations in the Gulf of Mexico. Photo: Anadarko
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Mozambique’s immigration service says it sees no need to make special preparations for the start of work on the $20 billion LNG projects next year - despite fears that it will be overwhelmed by demand for visas and work permits for foreign [...]

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