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Economy EMATUM's fleet in Maputo harbour, March 2018. Photo © Tom Bowker / Zitamar News
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Mozambique is currently in negotiations with the International Monetary Fund for an unfunded staff-monitored programme (SMP) to start at the beginning of 2019, which could lead to the financial support restarting later that year.

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Politics The Constitutional Council giving its verdict on the 2018 municipal election results. Photo © Tom Bowker / Zitamar News
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The result of municipal elections in 52 of Mozambique’s 53 municipalities was confirmed by Mozambique’s Constitutional Council today - although the body ordered that part of the election in the town of Marromeu to be re-run.

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Business The shuttered former Usave store in Dondo, Sofala. Photo © Raindinho Geriano
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UPDATE, 15 November 2018, 09:20: Shoprite has confirmed it has closed the Usave store in Dondo, "but no firm decisions have yet been made on the other two Usave branches in the country." South African supermarket chain Shoprite is closing  a number of its smaller retail outlets in [...]

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Extractives New Energy Minerals' Caula graphite and vanadium project is located in Cabo Delgado. Image: NEM
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New Energy Minerals (NEM) expects Chinese demand for reinforced steel to underpin its vanadium mining project at Cuala in Cabo Delgado, and has secured a $3.6 million investment from a Hong Kong investment group to push the development [...]

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Economy Chart by Sauti. Estimates by Zitamar
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Mozambique’s total repayment for the $850 million borrowed by tuna fishing company EMATUM could top $2.4 billion, under a new restructure proposal revealed by the government this week. Annual payments would be between $36-40 million for the first five years - and would remain below $60m [...]

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Storage & Warehousing The Nacala railway. Photo: Mitsui
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- Gunvor is paying for the $20 million refurbishment of Nacala fuel terminal, and is negotiating rights to all non-coal capacity on the Nacala rail line, sources say - Traders fear the deal will give the Swiss-based commodities trader control of fuel sales to Mozambique’s [...]

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Extractives Work at Battery Minerals' graphite project in Cabo Delgado. Photo: Battery Minerals
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An Australian who made millions selling Mozambican coal mining prospects to Riversdale and then Rio Tinto, is selling a ruby mine concession in Cabo Delgado for $2 million - and is linked to an Australian listed company developing a graphite mine in the [...]

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Economy EMATUM's fishing boats rusting in Maputo harbour. Photo © Timothy Haccius / Zitamar News
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Mozambique has reached a restructure agreement for its $726.5m sovereign bond with a group of creditors, offering to repay all of the principal, most of the interest, and give a gas-linked bonus of up to $500 million. Agreement has already been [...]

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