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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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Development Tomás Vieira Mário presenting at the conference in Maputo on 6 September 2018. Photo from CIP Facebook page
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The Mozambican government is limiting information to the public regarding extractive industries in the country because it fears citizens will demand greater levels of accountability, the recently-departed head of the Centre for Public Integrity said on [...]

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Extractives A gold mine at Kassossole, Tete province. Photo © Fungai Caetano / Zitamar News
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The legislation that governs the licensing of mining resources in Mozambique has gaps that "politicise" the process, a situation that could lead to serious corruption, according to a report published in Maputo on Wednesday by transparency NGO the Centre [...]

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Politics Renamo interim leader Ossufo Momade in Beira, 5 May 2018. Photo: Adrien Barbier / Twitter
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A group of leading Mozambican civil society organisations has called on opposition movement Renamo to stick to commitments made by its interim leader almost two weeks ago to take steps towards demilitarisation as part of a complex peace agreement with the [...]

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Extractives Left to right: Sasol Mozambique country manager Peter Manoogian, joint-CEO Stephen Cornell, joint-CEO Bongani Nqwababa, VP international exploration and production Gilbert Yevi. 
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South African gas and petrochemicals company Sasol is considering going back on a commitment to to build a liquid petroleum gas (LPG) production facility in Mozambique  - an issue which is causing tension between the company and the [...]

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