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Mozambique's Northern Insurgency A forest in Ancuabe district, Cabo Delgado. Photo © Ton Rulkens
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The drive north from Pemba to Palma is a lesson in the ecology of insurgency. Leaving the provincial capital and venturing into the southern part of the province that have not yet seen any attacks in the present conflict, the land is largely open and flat and it [...]

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Coal The flood-damaged bridge over the River Revuboe. Photo © Fungai Caetano / Zitamar News
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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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Mozambique's Northern Insurgency An image of the aftermath of the 21 February attack near Palma.
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On 21 February, insurgents in Cabo Delgado shot at a convoy belonging to Anadarko, the American company set to take the lead in exploiting the natural gas deposits in Mozambique’s Rovuma Basin. The shooting injured six, and an Anadarko subcontractor who left his car when he came upon the [...]

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Electricity A billboard in central Maputo protesting against the planned Mphanda Nkuwa hydropower project. Photo: Dercio Tsandzana / Twitter
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A company owned by a member of the Dubai royal family expects to end up taking a majority stake in the Mphanda Nkuwa hydropower project on the Zambezi River in central Mozambique, despite the government having handed control of the project to two state-owned entities. The ministry of mineral [...]

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Economy Some of the patrol boats bought by EMATUM or ProIndicus. Photo © Tom Bowker  / Zitamar News
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Mozambique is calling for a British court to rule the guarantee granted by the Ministry of Finance to the offshore security company ProIndicus illegal, the office of the Prosecutor-General (PGR) said on Friday. The country also wants to be compensated, with interest, for all losses it has [...]

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Agriculture The Xinavane sugar refinery. Photo: Tongaat Hulett
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South African sugar producer Tongaat Hulett, which operates two sugar plantations in Mozambique, is entering talks with its creditors after warning investors it made a $90 million loss over the last year - a drastic turnaround from the $44 million profit the company made the year [...]

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Mozambique's Northern Insurgency A house burned by insurgents in the village of Namaneco, Cabo Delgado, in August 2018.
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A driver for Portuguese construction company Gabriel Couto was beheaded in one of two attacks on contractors working for Anadarko in Cabo Delgado on Thursday. Anadarko confirmed on Friday afternoon that there was one fatality in the two attacks, which took place at around 17:00 around 20 km [...]

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Coal Vale and community representatives signing the agreement on 20 February 2019. Photo © Fungai Caetano / Zitamar News
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Brazilian mining company Vale has agreed to make a $1.67 million payout to compensate a community of brick-makers in Moatize, who lost their livelihoods when work began at the mine ten years ago. Representatives of the two parties signed a memorandum of understanding in Moatize on Wednesday, [...]

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