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Daily Briefing Photo © Tom Bowker / Zitamar News
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Welcome to a special catch-up briefing as Zitamar returns after the New Year break. Below, we summarise and analyse the developments from the big story breaking in Mozambique over the New Year - the arrest of former finance minister Manuel Chang and four others in connection with the [...]

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Economy EMATUM's fleet in Maputo harbour, March 2018. Photo © Tom Bowker / Zitamar News
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Mozambique is currently in negotiations with the International Monetary Fund for an unfunded staff-monitored programme (SMP) to start at the beginning of 2019, which could lead to the financial support restarting later that year.

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Economy The Bank of Mozambique. Photo © Timothy Haccius / Zitamar News
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The government borrowed nearly $200 million from the Bank of Mozambique in three separate loans in 2016 to cover repayments on the EMATUM bonds and ProIndicus syndicated loan, according to a recently released audit of the government’s accounts from that [...]

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Kroll Report A ProIndicus maritime defence vessel in the port of Pemba, northern Mozambique. Photo © Zitamar News
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The full audit by Kroll into Mozambique’s $2 billion hidden debt scandal, intended by Mozambique’s Attorney General to be seen by select figures only at this stage, has been put online by journalist Joseph Hanlon and
Kroll Report EMATUM's fishing boats rusting in Maputo harbour. Photo © Timothy Haccius / Zitamar News
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Mozambican Defence Minister Salvador M’tumuke said over the weekend that his ministry has seen neither the $500 million some claim was diverted from the $850m EMATUM bond, nor any military equipment that might have been purchased with the money. [...]

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