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International Monetary Fund
Press Release: IMF Conference Highlights Central Africa's Investment Needs in Infrastructure
The Government of Cameroon and the International Monetary Fund jointly organized a high-level conference entitled " Financing the Future: Infrastructure Development in Central Africa " in Yaounde, Cameroon on March 10, 2014 The conference brought together ministers, governors and more than 250 senior officials, academics, and representatives of ... (more)
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Wed Mar 12, 2014
Moz rejects 'sex-for-soap' claims by SA inmates
Gambia will drop English as its official language, President Yahya Jammeh says in his latest diatribe against former colonial power Britain.
Inter Press Service
Brazilian Innovation for Under-financed Mozambican Agriculture
But it is not enough to compensate for the underfinancing of the sector. Last year, Erasmo LaldA s, a 37-year-old farmer who has worked for 15 years in Namaacha, a village 75 kilometres from Mozambique's capital Maputo, planted 15,000 seedlings of Festival, a new strawberry variety originated in the United States.
Mozambique: Report Claims South Africans Sexually Abused in Maputo Jail
The South African authorities are investigating claims made by the Johannesburg "Sunday Times" newspaper that South African women prisoners, arrested in Mozambique for drugs offences, are being sexually abused by prison guards.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Mozambique: Guebuza Lays First Stone for New Prison Complex
Mozambican President Armando Guebuza on Friday laid the first stone for the construction of a new prison complex at Moamba, about 60 kilometres northwest of Maputo.
SA prisoners 'used as sex slaves'
Jacob Zuma's tenure should be marked by a foreign policy that can at best be described as being schizophrenic, writes Kameel Premhid .
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Mozambique: Frelimo Sets Up Election Office
Mozambique's ruling Frelimo Party on Friday announced the creation of an Office to Prepare for the General Elections scheduled for 15 October.
South Africa: Motorists to Travel With Ease On N4
Motorists travelling between Mpumalanga's capital city and Gauteng through the N4 can expect to reach their destinations in time, following the completion of the Schoemanskloof Rehabilitation Project.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Thousands of Mozambicans displaced by fighting
The Danish government has reportedly blamed Zimbabwe's failing economy on the under-utilisation of huge tracts of land by the beneficiaries of the country's land reform programme.
Mozambique: Can the New Kids On the Block Usher in a New Era of Politics?
On first glance at the results from Mozambique's November 2013 municipal elections, the ruling party Frelimo appears to be riding sky high.
Mozambique braces for more flooding
Mozambican Prime Minister Alberto Vaquina flew over central Mozambique Friday to assess the situation and to urge people to avoid risky areas and to move to higher ground where possible.
Empowering Women Will End Hunger: Celebrating Women's Role in Meeting the Zero Hunger Challenge
MAPUTO Every year, the United Nations World Food Programme provides more than eleven million schoolgirls with food to help keep them in education and around three million vulnerable women with special nutritional support.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Mozambique Forces Accused of Attacks on Renamo
Mozambique's main opposition party and former rebel movement, Renamo, has accused government forces of attacking its positions in the central province of Sofala.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Mozambique: French Loan for Maputo Runway
The French government has granted Mozambique a soft loan of 44 million US dollars to finance the rehabilitation of the runway at Maputo International Airport.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Frelimo, Renamo see need for peace
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has reportedly thrown his weight behind Ugandan leader Yoweri Museveni who signed a "draconian" anti-gay law last week.
More than 300,000 people in Mozambique facing famine this year, agriculture minister says
MAPUTO, Mozambique - Mozambique agriculture minister Jose Pacheco says that more than 300,000 people in the southern African state face famine this year.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Mozambique: Guebuza Pays Tribute to Footballing Legend
Mozambican President Armando Guebuza on Friday paid tribute to one of the country's greatest sportsmen, footballer Mario Coluna, who died of a heart attack in Maputo on Tuesday at the age of 78. Born in 1935 on the island of Inhaca, in the Bay of Maputo, Coluna was one of the black Mozambican footballers recruited by Portuguese clubs during the ... (more)
Mozambique: BCI Awards Campaign Winners
Last week, the administration of BCI has awarded prizes to the winners of the campaign: "It's good to be a local customer" which took place from August 1st to December 31st 2013.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Moz's ruling party meets to pick next leader
Matola - Members of Mozambique's ruling party gathered on Thursday to pick a new leader, likely the country's next president, amid signs incumbent Armando Guebuza may struggle to impose his candidate of choice.
Mozambique: 2 000 civilians flee across border
Ugandans have shrugged off foreign aid cuts and international criticism of its tough new anti-gay law, saying it could do without Western aid.