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Business Chanfuta timber, one of the woods whose export has been restricted. Photo: Obtala
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The chairman of forestry company Obtala spent more than $14 million last week buying shares in the company’s forestry subsidiary, less than two weeks after the company suggested Obtala could abandon its Mozambique forestry concessions which are proving “a [...]

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Conservation Nkula logs in the district of Macanga, Tete Province, July 2018. Photo © Fungai Caetano / Zitamar News
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Nkula trees, known for the valuable wood they produce, are on the verge of extinction in Tete province due to illegal timber harvesting by Chinese companies, often working in collaboration with local authorities. Mozambique’s Ministry of Land, Environment and [...]

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Conservation The Niassa National Reserve. Photo © Wildlife Conservation Society
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Niassa Reserve in northern Mozambique, one of the last great wilderness areas on the continent, has the potential to support a population of tens of thousands of elephants - but wildlife experts warn that if current poaching trends continue, numbers could drop so low by the end of this year as [...]

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Plantations Left: Celso Correia, minister of land, environment, and rural development. Right: Wood produced on Obtala's concessions in Mozambique.
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A private company owned by Mozambique’s Ministry of Land, Environment, and Rural Development (MITADER) is setting up a timber processing joint venture with an international company to process and export timber from small forestry concessions in northern [...]

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