Mozambique

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Food insecurity ratio among Mozambique's population narrows to 24 percent

Food insecurity ratio among Mozambique's population narrows to 24 percent

Mozambique

Mozambique's Ministry of Agriculture announced on Monday in Maputo that the country has reduced the number of people vulnerable to food insecurity from 50 percent to 24 percent in the last ten years despite the challenges that the country continues facing in this sector. "Mozambique has taken signi
Club of Mozambique, 14 hours ago

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Japanese company signs deal for Mozambican gas

Japanese company signs deal for Mozambican gas

Mozambique

The Japanese company Tohoku Electric said on Monday it has signed a sales and purchase agreement to buy up to 280,000 metric tonnes a year of liquefied natural gas (LNG) a year from Mozambique. The gas will come from the LNG project developed by the consortium headed by the US company Anadarko in
Club of Mozambique, 3 days ago

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WATCH: Renamo and MDM join to denounce Matola result - CIP, Mozambique Elections

WATCH: Renamo and MDM join to denounce Matola result - CIP, Mozambique Elections

Mozambique

Renamo and MDM nominated members of the Matola City Elections Commission (CEC) gave a joint press conference to say the results had been fraudulently altered to give Frelimo a narrow victory. They also showed the press three different result sheets (editais) all signed and stamped by the CEC preside
Club of Mozambique, 4 days ago

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Shelves empty as spectre of hyperinflation stalks Zimbabwe

Shelves empty as spectre of hyperinflation stalks Zimbabwe

Mozambique

Austin Mushanguri shakes his head in dejection and walks away from the fridges in an affluent supermarket in Zimbabwe’s capital after reading a sign saying he can only buy one bottle of beer instead of the dozen he’d hoped for. Similar scenes are playing out across the southern African nation, wh
Club of Mozambique, 5 days ago

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Production at Balama graphite mine in Mozambique rises by 83% in third quarter

Production at Balama graphite mine in Mozambique rises by 83% in third quarter

Mozambique

Production of the Balama graphite mine in Cabo Delgado province, northern Mozambique, increased 83.0% in the third quarter compared to the second, Australian company Syrah Resources said in a statement to the market. The company, in a report on its activities in the quarter, also reported that th
Club of Mozambique, 5 days ago

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Natural gas will make Mozambique’s economy grow by 11.1% in 2023, IMF

Natural gas will make Mozambique’s economy grow by 11.1% in 2023, IMF

Mozambique

Mozambique’s economy is expected to grow at a rate of 11.1 percent by 2023, by which time the exploitation of natural gas deposits in the north of the country is expected to have begun, according to the latest forecasts by the International Monetary Fund. The World Economic Outlook for the Autumn
Club of Mozambique, 7 days ago

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Mozambique: Renamo says extra ballot papers given to Frelimo members - AIM report

Mozambique: Renamo says extra ballot papers given to Frelimo members - AIM report

Mozambique

Mozambique’s main opposition party, the former rebel movement Renamo, on Wednesday denounced fraud in the current municipal elections in the town of Maganja da Costa, in the central province of Zambezia. “An hour after the polling stations had opened, we began to receive worrying information that
Club of Mozambique, 8 days ago

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Oil explorers to spend $900 million in Mozambique

Oil explorers to spend $900 million in Mozambique

Mozambique

Companies exploring for oil and gas in Mozambique will spend at least $900 million, boosting the nation’s hopes of becoming a major exporter, Mineral Resources Minister Max Tonela said. Empresa Nacional de Hidrocarbonetos, the state-owned oil company, will have stakes of 15% to 30% in the project
Club of Mozambique, 9 days ago

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Mozambique: Targets 422K tonnes of marine products

Mozambique: Targets 422K tonnes of marine products

Mozambique

Mozambique hopes to produce 422,000 tonnes of marine products in 2019, with the artisanal fishing sector being the largest contributor. The Ministry of Fisheries made the forecast in the Economic and Social Plan for 2019, with the level of fish catches foreseen representing an increase of around 6 p
Club of Mozambique, 10 days ago

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Mozambique Elections: MDM accuses SERNIC of working for Frelimo - AIM report

Mozambique Elections: MDM accuses SERNIC of working for Frelimo - AIM report

Mozambique

Daviz Simango, the Mayor of Beira, and leader of the Mozambique Democratic Movement (MDM), on Friday accused the National Criminal Investigation Service (SERNIC) of interfering in the forthcoming municipal elections at the service of the ruling Frelimo Party. At a Wednesday press conference in Ma
Club of Mozambique, 13 days ago

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