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Politics From left to right: Filomena Mutoropa, Nampula, PAHUMO; Manuel de Araujo, Quelimane, Renamo; Daviz Simango, Beira, MDM; Eneas Comiche, Maputo, Frelimo
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Next month sees the first time that MDM and Renamo have faced off in municipal elections, so the dynamics of having two significant opposition parties remain to be seen. That said, early indications are that Frelimo will benefit from the split opposition. [...]

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Politics Renamo leader Afonso Dhlakama surrounded by senior party figures at Maputo airport in December 2014. Photo © Tom Bowker / Zitamar News
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The passing this week of the undisputed leader of Mozambique’s political opposition for almost four decades leaves the country’s precarious political settlement on a knife-edge, with no obvious successor waiting in the wings. However, if Renamo takes the [...]

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Politics Renamo leader Afonso Dhlakama surrounded by senior party figures at Maputo airport in December 2014. Photo © Tom Bowker / Zitamar News
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Mozambique’s armed opposition party, Renamo, today welcomed a government proposal to send outside observers to check on the withdrawal of government forces from Gorongosa - but reiterated their contention that the government  reneged on a promise to pull [...]

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Politics Jeremias Pondeca, centre front, flanked by colleagues from the Renamo negotiating team. Photo © Timothy Haccius / Zitamar News
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Negotiators from Mozambique’s main opposition party, Renamo, will today meet with a select group of international mediators to discuss the way forward in Mozambique’s peace talks after one of their number was shot dead over the weekend.

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