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Daily Briefing Photo © Tom Bowker / Zitamar News
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Welcome to Zitamar’s daily Mozambique briefing for 22 February, 2019 Agenda:
  • Today: President Filipe Nyusi inaugurates the rehabilitated headquarters of the Ministry of Agriculture and Food Security (Ministério de Agricultura e Segurança de Alimentar, MASA), [...]

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Kroll Report Prime Minister Carlos Agostinho do Rosário and Deputy Finance Minister Maria Isaltina Lucas at a briefing on 1 March 2017. Photo © Alexandre Nhampossa  / Zitamar News
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Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi yesterday dismissed Maria Isaltina Lucas as deputy finance minister, potentially clearing the way for her to face prosecution for her role in the $2.2 billion ‘hidden debts’ scandal. The dismissal is an “appropriate measure” which removes her immunity as a [...]

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Kroll Report The pavilion at the Frelimo Central School in Matola.
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The Political Commission of Mozambican ruling party Frelimo may be moving to support non-payment of the so-called ‘hidden debts’, saying last Friday that the government’s focus should be on “identifying solutions which safeguard the interests of [...]

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Politics Renamo soldiers pose in Gorongosa during the party's Congress in January 2019. Photo © Tom Bowker / Zitamar News
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Supporters of Ossufo Momade are celebrating this weekend after their candidate pulled off a victory that was far from guaranteed over Elias Dhlakama, to be elected Renamo leader at the party’s congress in Gorongosa. Outside of Renamo, however, the man who [...]

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Politics President Filipe Nyusi. Photo © Timothy Haccius / Zitamar News
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Renamo is to blame for the current impasse in the Mozambican peace process, president Filipe Nyusi said in his state of the nation address to parliament on Wednesday - saying the opposition party is expecting him “to do the impossible”.

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