SE-listed Kenmare Resources has safely completed relocation of the dredge that forms part of the wet concentrator plant (WCP) B mining operation at its Moma titanium minerals mine, in northern Mozambique.
Kenmare previously announced three development projects that together have the objective of
Club of Mozambique, 4 days ago
Attacks in the centre and north of Mozambique which threaten peace and security are already beginning to affect the country's economic situation and, if they continue, will frighten investors and as a consequence, according to Rogério Zandamela, governor of the Bank of Mozambique, may shrink the eco
Club of Mozambique, 5 days ago
More than 4,000 Mozambican mining workers have left South Africa since the Covid-19 confinement was decreed in March, a spokesman for the South African Minerals Council told Lusa on Thursday.
A spokesman for the South African employers' organisation, Alan Fine, said that of a total of 4,111 miner
Club of Mozambique, 27 days ago
The European Union delegation in Mozambique on Tuesday condemned what it said was clearly an arson attack on Sunday on the Canal de Mozambique newspaper, calling on the authorities in the country to undertake a swift investigation into the crime.
"The European Union delegation in Mozambique stron
Club of Mozambique, 29 days ago
Zimbabwe is set to continue playing an advisory role in efforts to help Mozambique fight terrorist groups wreaking havoc in the northern parts of the country, Foreign Affairs minister Sibusiso Moyo (pictured) has said.
This comes as Mozambique recently assumed the Southern African Development Com
Club of Mozambique, 32 days ago
Armed groups that have been leading attacks in Cabo Delgado invaded the Port of Mocímboa da Praia in the early hours of Wednesday according to a source from the Mozambican army.
"Several of our colleagues in the marine force who have died," said the source, adding that there have been clashes bet
Club of Mozambique, 42 days ago
The Mozambican government needs one thousand, four hundred and seventy-two million meticais [over 1.4 billion meticais (around US$20.7 million at current exchange rates)] to revitalise the country's cultural sector over the current five-year mandate.
The amount will be allocated in four priority
Club of Mozambique, 55 days ago
Predicted: People and Culture
Some private transport carriers in Maputo went on strike on Monday in protest at the injustice and the losses they are allegedly suffering as a result of the measure imposing a limit of three passengers per bench seat on minibuses ('chapas').
Carriers maintain that minibuses have been carrying on
Club of Mozambique, 64 days ago
President Filipe Jacinto Nyusi this morning launched, in the city of Matola, Maputo province, the public hearing phase of the National Land Policy review, which will culminate in the revision of Law no. 19/97, of October 1, called the Land Law.
According to a Presidency press release, the review
Club of Mozambique, 69 days ago
An artist who made his living painting batiks, handmade fabrics used for decoration, has now started painting walls and working with children to survive the Covid-19 crisis.
"We get an odd job here, another one there. Sometimes it is a wall to paint" or children who have no school because of the
Club of Mozambique, 71 days ago
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