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Oil & Gas
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The Government of Mozambique announced on Friday that it had secured foreign funding for several "strategic projects" at the 2019 African Investment Forum (AIF), including $1.2 billion for state oil company  ENH to fund its stake in the Area 1 LNG project in the Rovuma Basin. "The [...]

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Conservation
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Residents and environmental groups in Inhambane are challenging plans by South African energy company Sasol to start exploring for oil and gas near the Bazaruto archipelago. Groups have raised concerns that tourism, fishing and the marine life around the islands - which are an important [...]

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Politics
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A Russian-backed organisation that observed Mozambique’s recent elections and has been suspended from Facebook for alleged “foreign interference” was behind a controversial pre-election opinion poll whose publication may have broken Mozambican law. Afric, a self-styled African affairs think [...]

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Economy
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The restructure of Mozambique’s sovereign bond concluded today — just days after allegations emerged that Mozambique’s ruling party, Frelimo, received $10 million from Privinvest, the company which received the ‘hidden debts’ proceeds that Mozambique is now struggling to repay. Tomorrow, [...]

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Finance minister’s decision to hide debts from the IMF weakened the country’s position vis-a-vis EMATUM bondholders, disgraced banker says Mozambique finance minister Adriano Maleiane’s failure to disclose the ProIndicus and MAM loans to the IMF in 2015 was seen as a weakness that [...]

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