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Welcome to Zitamar’s daily Mozambique briefing for 24 October, 2018. Agenda
  • Today: Election authority the Comissao Nacional de Eleicoes (CNE) to announce official results for the country’s 53 municipalities, at a press conference in Maputo this [...]

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Aid An unpaved road in Tete province. Photo: Eva Fritzbøger/Zitamar News
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Recently-announced World Bank and EU-funded rural road projects in northern Mozambique are unlikely to result in real improvements unless the way the country’s roads are managed is radically overhauled, a veteran of the sector has told

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Coal A bauxite mine. Photo: http://bauxite.world-aluminium.org/mining/process.html
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Mozambique’s Ministry of Mineral Resources and Energy, MIREME, unveiled on Thursday a venture to improve how the government addresses the negative impacts of large-scale mining and oil and gas projects, with support from the World Bank. 

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Extractives A early visualisation of how Mozambique's onshore LNG project could be laid out. Image: Anadarko
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Mozambique’s Ministry of Mineral Resources and Energy (MIREME) is recruiting an individual consultant to help the ministry design its gas and LNG strategy, as well as provide support negotiating concessions with oil and gas companies in Mozambique. [...]

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Water FIPAG's Intaka water distribution centre
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Construction works on a new $55 million water treatment station at the Corumana Dam, 90 km north of Maputo on the Sabie River, should start within the next three months, which could mean improved access to clean water for around 100,000 households in and around Maputo by early 2020.

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