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Development The Limpopo River in Mozambique during severe flooding in 2000
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The water system administration for southern Mozambique, Ara-Sul, is tendering for a consultant to come up with a financing strategy for a proposed dam on the River Limpopo in Gaza province, and other investment opportunities for the private sector that [...]

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Extractives An LNG plant in Australia. © ConocoPhillips
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Mozambique may introduce an LNG-specific tax regime if its newly updated petroleum tax regulations prove too tough for Rovuma Basin gas developers in today’s $30 oil environment, a leading Maputo-based energy lawyer told a conference in the capital on 21 [...]

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Development A well at Nivali, Nampula Province. Photo by Stig Nygaard
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Mozambique’s national directorate for water supply and sanitation, the DNAAS, is tendering for consultants to come up with a new and improved strategy to widen access to clean water and sanitation in rural areas [SEE TENDER NOTICE BELOW]. [...]

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Politics Manuel Bissopo addresses a press conference in Maputo in September 2015
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The Secretary General of Mozambique’s main opposition party, Manuel Bissopo, was yesterday shot in the port city of Beira in an apparent assassination attempt which left his bodyguard dead and Bissopo in hospital. The shooting took place at around 2:30pm, according to reports, and was [...]

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Agriculture
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While northern Mozambique is again contending with floods, parts of southern Mozambique could need food aid for another 12 months if rains do not reach them soon Communities in Gaza province in southern Mozambique who have been worst-hit by failed rains for a second consecutive year [...]

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Extractives Drilling offshore Mozambique. Photo: Anadarko
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The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has drastically revised its estimates of Mozambique’s future LNG capacity from around 20 million tonnes per annum (mtpa) to 89 mtpa, a total that would make the country the world’s third largest LNG producer by 2028, behind Australia and the United [...]

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Coal The Benga coal mine in Tete. Photo: Rio Tinto
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Indian coal mining consortium ICVL, which took over Rio Tinto’s coal mines in Tete province after Rio wrote off its $3 billion investment there, is understood to have stopped mining while it selects a new contractor to operate its Benga mine after the previous contract ended at the end of 2015. [...]

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