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Southern Africa: Mozambique Peace Accord Icing On Geingob’s SADC Tenure

Windhoek — Outgoing Sadc chairperson, President Hage Geingob of Namibia, on Tuesday hailed the new peace agreement signed by the Mozambique government and opposition Renamo party, which puts an end to years of conflicts in that country. Mozambique’s President Filipe Nyusi and Renamo leader Ossufo Momade, signed on Thursday last week a landmark agreement to […]

Mozambique: Despite Sulphur Spill, Mavuzi River Water Safe to Drink

Maputo — Tete (Mozambique), 15 Aug (AIM) – Laboratory analysis has shown that the water in the Mavuzi river, in the western Mozambican province of Tete, is safe to drink, despite the Tuesday night accident in which a truck carrying sulphur plunged into the river. The Zambezi Regional Water Board (ARA-Zambeze) ordered the laboratory tests […]

Mozambique: Vale-Mozambique Continues to Run At a Loss

Maputo — The Mozambican subsidiary of the Brazilian mining giant Vale registered an operational loss of 145 million US dollars in the second quarter of 2019, a result which the company blames on falling coal prices. Information presented at a Maputo press conference on Wednesday by the Vale-Mozambique financial director, Marcelo Tertuliano Godoy, showed that […]

Mozambique: Health Problems in Factory Caused By Poor Ventilation

Maputo — A preliminary report, drawn up by the multi-sector group of inspectors investigating the repeated fainting of workers and other health problems, at the Darling beauty products factory at Beluluane, on the outskirts of Maputo, says that the problem is internal to the factory, caused mainly by poor ventilation. The inspectors thus contradicted the […]

Mozambique: Parties Propose Candidates for Constitutional Council

Maputo — The former director of the Maputo branch of the Criminal Investigation Police (PIC), Antonio Frangoulis, seems almost certain to become a member of the Constitutional Council, Mozambique’s highest body in matters of constitutional and electoral law. The Council has seven members – a chairperson appointed by the President of the Republic, a member […]

Mozambique: Nyusi Checks On Preparations for Papal Visit

His Holiness Pope Francis Maputo — Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi on Wednesday declared that the signing of a peace and reconciliation agreement with the former rebel movement Renamo, and the impending visit of the head of the Roman Catholic church, Pope Francis, constitute “a blessing for Mozambicans”. He was speaking to reporters in Maputo at […]

Southern Africa: Mozambique Peace Accord Icing On Geingob’s SADC Tenure

Windhoek — Outgoing Sadc chairperson, President Hage Geingob of Namibia, on Tuesday hailed the new peace agreement signed by the Mozambique government and opposition Renamo party, which puts an end to years of conflicts in that country. Mozambique’s President Filipe Nyusi and Renamo leader Ossufo Momade, signed on Thursday last week a landmark agreement to […]

Mozambique: Despite Sulphur Spill, Mavuzi River Water Safe to Drink

Maputo — Tete (Mozambique), 15 Aug (AIM) – Laboratory analysis has shown that the water in the Mavuzi river, in the western Mozambican province of Tete, is safe to drink, despite the Tuesday night accident in which a truck carrying sulphur plunged into the river. The Zambezi Regional Water Board (ARA-Zambeze) ordered the laboratory tests […]

Mozambique: Vale-Mozambique Continues to Run At a Loss

Maputo — The Mozambican subsidiary of the Brazilian mining giant Vale registered an operational loss of 145 million US dollars in the second quarter of 2019, a result which the company blames on falling coal prices. Information presented at a Maputo press conference on Wednesday by the Vale-Mozambique financial director, Marcelo Tertuliano Godoy, showed that […]

Mozambique: Health Problems in Factory Caused By Poor Ventilation

Maputo — A preliminary report, drawn up by the multi-sector group of inspectors investigating the repeated fainting of workers and other health problems, at the Darling beauty products factory at Beluluane, on the outskirts of Maputo, says that the problem is internal to the factory, caused mainly by poor ventilation. The inspectors thus contradicted the […]