Browsing: Carlos Mesquita

Aid World Food Programme staff load and unload aid at Beira airport. Photo © Deborah Nguyen/WFP
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The head of the private company chosen by the Mozambique government to work with the World Food Programme (WFP) in distributing aid to cyclone and flood victims in central Mozambique lost his job at the Port of Beira in 2014 for failing to prevent [...]

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Infrastructure Beira Port. Photo: Cornelder de Moçambique
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Cornelder de Moçambique, a Mozambican company part-owned by the Dutch Port of Rotterdam, is in line for an extension to its concession to run the Port of Beira on the condition that it upgrades the port’s cargo loading capacity.

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Infrastructure Vilankulo airport
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Mozambique’s minister of transport, Carlos Mesquita, has quashed talk of closing Mozambique’s smaller airports to international traffic, ending years of speculation that international flights to important tourism and business destinations would have to [...]

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Transport Ana Comoana. Photo © Alexandre Nhampossa / Zitamar News
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The Mozambican government on Tuesday approved a decree terminating the Quelimane Port concession contract and returning it to the original authority, state-owned ports and rail company Portos e Caminhos de Ferro de Moçambique (CFM).

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Oil & Gas A early visualisation of how Mozambique's onshore LNG project could be laid out. Image: Anadarko
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The Mozambique government has announced its intention to build a commercial port at Palma, the future home of the country’s first onshore LNG project - putting it on a collision course with the gas companies who believe they have exclusive rights to use [...]

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