Browsing: Celso Correia

Electricity Zambezi River, at the site of the proposed Mphanda Nkuma Dam. Photo from www.internationalrivers.org/campaigns/mphanda-nkuwa-dam-mozambique
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The Mozambique government could be taken to the international court of arbitration in Geneva if it fails to recognise an Emirati company’s claim to have exclusive rights to develop the $4.6 billion Mphanda Nkuwa hydroelectric dam project in the province of [...]

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Oil & Gas President Filipe Nyusi at Pemba airport, Cabo Delgado
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Mozambican president Filipe Nyusi will tomorrow begin a four-day trip to his home province of Cabo Delgado, including visits to terrorism-hit Mocimboa da Praia and to Palma, the district where the country’s transformative LNG projects will be built. [...]

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Plantations Left: Celso Correia, minister of land, environment, and rural development. Right: Wood produced on Obtala's concessions in Mozambique.
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A private company owned by Mozambique’s Ministry of Land, Environment, and Rural Development (MITADER) is setting up a timber processing joint venture with an international company to process and export timber from small forestry concessions in northern [...]

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Politics & Economy Some of the companies the Mozambican state has a stake in. Photo courtesy www.igepe.org.mz
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The former deputy minister of land, environment and rural development, Ana Isabel Senda Coanai, has been made head of the Mozambique government agency that manages state-owned companies. Coanai replaces Apolinário Panguene, who has headed up the