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Business Eucalyptus saplings grown by Portucel Moçambique. Photo: Portucel Moçambique
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Portuguese pulp and paper group The Navigator Company has booked another heavy impairment on its Mozambique eucalyptus project, but continues to invest in the country as well as testing the country’s export logistics routes.

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Infrastructure Tolls are already in operation on the highway linking Maputo to South Africa. Photo: TRAC
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Mozambique’s roads authority, the Administração Nacional de Estradas (ANE), has released a tender for companies to manage and toll more than 2,000km of roads running almost the entire length of the country, under a public-private partnership model. [...]

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Politics Afonso Dhlakama addressing a rally in Beira ahead of the 2014 elections. Photo © Tom Bowker / Zitamar News
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Mozambique’s opposition and rebel militia, Renamo, is deliberately opening up new fronts in the armed conflict with the government in retaliation to attacks on its stronghold in Gorongosa, according to Renamo leader Afonso Dhlakama.

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Politics Burnt out truck in Moatize, following attack 1 August
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Armed attacks are continuing in the centre and north of Mozambique , as negotiators take a twelve day break from peace talks.  The fighting, carried out by unidentified men,  have lead to an exchange of accusations from both sides. Early this morning, 1 [...]

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Politics A house in Chicaca, province of Manica, that locals allege was bombed by government troops looking for Renamo soldiers in September 2015. Photo: Tom Bowker
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Conflicts between government forces and the rebel militia of opposition movement Renamo are intensifying in central Mozambique, amid calls for a broadening of the government’s investigation into alleged human rights abuses in the conflict.

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