Browsing: Mota Engil
Welcome to Zitamar’s daily Mozambique briefing for 28 September, 2017. The latest from Zitamar News:
Portuguese civil engineering contractor Mota Engil announced this week it has signed a $2.4 billion deal to build the Moatize-Macuse rail and port project, in partnership with China National Complete Engineering Corporation, a subsidiary of China Machinery [...]
Mozambican defence forces stand accused of trying to prevent would-be refugees from crossing from Tete into western Malawi, while reports have also emerged of refugees fleeing from Zambézia province into south-eastern Malawi.
The engineering consultancy accused of having approved the Zimpeto Olympic swimming pool building, which collapsed on 20 February killing Mozambique's national swimming coach, has denied it was responsible for checking the quality of the building work. [...]
The rail line taking coal from Mozambique's coal-rich province of Tete to the Indian Ocean port of Beira should be expanded to 20 million tonnes per annum this year - but the size of Beira's coal terminal means export capacity remains constrained
- Government official says [...]
Brazilian mining giant Vale dispatched its first shipment of coal from its new purpose-built coal terminal at Nacala-a-Velha on 30 November, but challenges remain for it to make its integrated mining and export project profitable [...]