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Plantations Massingir Dam. Photo © Eleanor Muller, Transfrontier Parks Destinations
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South African investor, which quit last year, says it still believes in the agricultural potential of Massingir - but local constraints mean the project may never be economic South African sugar giant TSB, a [...]

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Extractives A map of Savannah Resources' and Rio Tinto's tenements in Inhambane province.
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Mining giant Rio Tinto has entered into a new consortium agreement with junior Savannah Resources to co-operate on developing their neighbouring heavy minerals sands mining projects in Mozambique, even though government approval to combine their projects [...]

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Metals & Minerals Savannah's operation in Inhambane province. Photo: Savannah Resources
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British-Australian mining giant Rio Tinto and London-listed junior Savannah Resources have extended the deadline for the Mozambique government to approve their heavy sands mining joint venture by 10 days, raising hopes that a decision could be imminent. The two companies plan to start [...]

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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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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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