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Welcome to a special catch-up briefing as Zitamar returns after the New Year break. Below, we summarise and analyse the developments from the big story breaking in Mozambique over the New Year - the arrest of former finance minister Manuel Chang and four others in connection with the [...]

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Mozambique’s former labour minister - currently the country’s ambassador to Angola - has been accused by state prosecutors of receiving MZN 100 million ($1.64m) in corrupt payments while serving in the government of Armando Guebuza up to the end of 2014, [...]

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Politics Namoto Chipande at the 11th Frelimo Congress in Matola, 1 October 2017. Photo © Tom Bowker / Zitamar News
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Frelimo elected a new Central Committee on Saturday, in a protracted process that saw the results announced on Sunday afternoon, laying the groundwork for the selection of a Political Commission strengthening incumbent President Filipe Nyusi. [...]

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Politics Frelimo's 11th Congress in Matola, 26 September - 2 October 2017. Photo © Tom Bowker / Zitamar News
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Filipe Nyusi was unanimously elected Frelimo’s candidate for Mozambique’s 2019 presidential elections, at the close of the party’s week-long Congress which ended in the early hours of Monday morning in Matola, the neighbouring city to the capital, Maputo. [...]

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Politics S-125 air defense system, similar to Mozambique's, on display at Batajnica airbase, Serbia, in 2012. Photo: Srđan Popović on Wikimedia
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The Mozambique government said on Tuesday it is working with the United Nations to clarify allegations that a state-owned company linked to the ‘hidden debt’ scandals bought military hardware from North Korea, violating UN sanctions.

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Kroll Report Filipe Nyusi addressing the Frelimo parliamentary party, 27 February 2017. Photo © Alexandre Nhampossa / Zitamar News
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Mozambique’s ruling party, Frelimo, ended its latest Central Committee meeting in Maputo on Friday with promises to let justice take its course in the “potentially criminal” case of the so-called ‘hidden debts’. The [...]

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