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Politics Renamo leadership candidates (front row l-r) Manuel Bissopo, Elias Dhlakama, Ossufo Momade, Juliano Picardo, and Herminio Morais, at the party’s Congress in Gorongosa on 15 January. Photo © Fungai Caetano / Zitamar News
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Renamo’s new leader Ossufo Momade yesterday closed the Renamo Congress in Gorongosa without selecting a new Secretary General - the second highest position in the party - following a thinly veiled threat from his main rival for the leadership, Elias Dhlakama, that excluding him from the [...]

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Politics From left to right: Filomena Mutoropa, Nampula, PAHUMO; Manuel de Araujo, Quelimane, Renamo; Daviz Simango, Beira, MDM; Eneas Comiche, Maputo, Frelimo
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Next month sees the first time that MDM and Renamo have faced off in municipal elections, so the dynamics of having two significant opposition parties remain to be seen. That said, early indications are that Frelimo will benefit from the split opposition. [...]

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Politics Renamo's Venancio Mondlane on the campaign in Maputo
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The leader of Mozambique’s main opposition party, Renamo, said the ruling party is using Mozambique’s police force, the PRM, to prevent Renamo candidates contesting municipal elections in six weeks’ time. These actions are undermining the ongoing peace [...]

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Politics Manuel de Araujo addressing supporters after the municipal assembly voted for his dismissal, August 2018. Photo © Savana
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Mozambique’s Council of Ministers on Tuesday decided to dismiss the mayor of Quelimane, Manuel de Araujo, upholding a motion passed by the Quelimane municipal assembly last week - but apparently not following the procedure set out in law.

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