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Coal The flood-damaged bridge over the River Revuboe. Photo © Fungai Caetano / Zitamar News
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Nine people have died and thousands have been left homeless by the flooding in Tete that has caused almost MZN 1 billion ($16 million) worth of damage to infrastructure in the province. The bridge over the Revubue, which connects Moatize with the city of [...]

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Coal Vale and community representatives signing the agreement on 20 February 2019. Photo © Fungai Caetano / Zitamar News
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Brazilian mining company Vale has agreed to make a $1.67 million payout to compensate a community of brick-makers in Moatize, who lost their livelihoods when work began at the mine ten years ago. Representatives of the two parties signed a memorandum of understanding in Moatize on Wednesday, [...]

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Politics Young men farming in Nkondezi, Tete province, in January 2019. Photo © Fungai Caetano / Zitamar News
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Claims that Renamo has been mistreating Mozambicans returning to Tete province from a refugee camp in Malawi have been met with scepticism from the United Nations’ refugee agency, the UNHCR, that manages the camp. In January Mozambique’s National Defence and Security Council (Conselho [...]

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Coal Protesters on Vale's Moatize II mine on 4 October 2018. Photo © Fungai Caetano / Zitamar News
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A shutdown at one of Vale’s mines in Mozambique’s Tete province that began a week ago still shows no sign of ending, after protesters rejected a request from a government minister to allow the mine to resume operations. The protesters, from the Nhantchere neighbourhood of the village of [...]

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