6 hrs ago
Mozambique visitors warned against bribes
Travellers to Mozambique have been warned against paying bribes to police or traffic officials.
15 hrs ago
AfDB Technical Assistance Aims to Optimize Development of Mozambique's Energy Resources
TUNIS, Tunisia , Dec. 20 -- The African Development Bank issued the following news release: The Board of the African Development Bank Group approved a US $15.3 million African Development Fund loan for technical assistance to the Government of the Republic of Mozambique .
Fri Dec 20, 2013
Ministers Agree to Use High Commodity Prices Window for Africa's Transformation
African Ministers responsible for mineral resources development concluded their third Ordinary Session with a resounding determination to seize opportunities in high commodity prices and increased competition for Africa's mineral resources to transform the continent.
Mozambique: Frelimo Urges Renamo to Return to Dialogue
Margarida Talapa, head of the parliamentary group of Mozambique's ruling Frelimo Party, on Friday challenged the main opposition party, the former rebel movement Renamo, "to return to the dialogue with the government".
Dramatic air rescue brings children home
Two eManzimtoti children suspected of contracting a mystery bacterial infection while on holiday in Mozambique are being treated at a Durban hospital after a dramatic air rescue mission on Thursday.
Thu Dec 19, 2013
'We don't want war in Mozambique'
SA troops in the DRC may soon withdraw from that country following the signing of declarations between Kinshasa and M23 rebels, a report says.
Malaysian National News Agency
Kidnappings Have Shaken Society, Says Mozambique President
The wave of kidnappings in Mozambican cities over the past two years "have shaken our society because of the heinous and barbaric manner in which they have been perpetrated", says President Armando Guebuza.
Wed Dec 18, 2013
UPDATE 1-Vale seeks fertilizer partner; potash to top 4 mln T/yr
Brazilian miner Vale SA expects to more than replace the 4 million tonnes a year of potash it stands to lose from the cancellation of its Rio Colorado project in Argentina as it opens mines in Brazil and Canada, its top executive said on Wednesday.
Tue Dec 17, 2013
Syrah Resources Ltd. - $35 million Institutional Equity Placement
ENP Newswire - 17 December 2013 Release date- 13122013 - Syrah Resources Ltd announced today that it has launched an institutional equity placement of approximately 13.7 million new SYR fully paid ordinary shares to raise approximately $35 million of additional capital.
Mozambique: Renamo Gunmen Attack Bus
Gunmen of Mozambique's former rebel movement Renamo attacked a bus on Sunday on the country's main north-south highway, killing one person and injuring five others.
Mozambique: Government Accuses Renamo of Intransigence
The Mozambican government on Monday accused the main opposition party, the former rebel movement Renamo of intransigence in the fruitless dialogue between the government and Renamo, which has been under way since April.
Sappi to ship products via Maputo port
South African paper manufacturer Sappi has chosen to ship some of its products through the Maputo port in Mozambique, which is considered a gateway to Southern Africa's economic hubs.
Mozambique: Maputo Readies for Ministerial Segment of AU Mining Conference
The ministerial segment of the 3rd AU Conference of Ministers Responsible for Mineral Resources Development will be held in Maputo, Mozambique from 16-18 December on the theme: Leveraging the Africa Mining Vision for Africa's Renaissance towards broader ownership.
Mon Dec 16, 2013
Specialist Maritime Engineer Joins Arup's Houston Office
Arup, the multidisciplinary engineering and consulting firm, has been joined by Larry Wise as an associate and maritime engineer in the firm's Houston office.
Fugro Opens New office in Mozambique, East Africa
Fugro recently opened new office premises in Mozambique's Port of Maputo, and has also established the only internationally accredited laboratory in the country.
Sun Dec 15, 2013
Mozambique: Nampula - Probable Causes of Siueia's Defeat
How was the MDM victory in Nampula made possible without the mobilization of young people to "supervise" the vote at polling stations? Moreover, how was it possible to achieve a victory without a drop of bloodshed and without the Rapid Intervention Forces staining the process? The issues that can be raised about the process are varied and lead to ... (more)
Mozambique: Paralysed Textile Factory May Reopen in March
Mozambique's Minister of Industry and Trade, Armando Inroga, announced on Wednesday that the Riopele textile factory, paralysed for the past decade, may reopen next March to produce thread and cloth.
Mozambique: National Mourning for Victims of Air Crash
The Mozambican government has announced a three day period of national mourning for the 33 people who died when an Embraer-190 aircraft of Mozambique Airlines crashed in northern Namibia on 29 November.
Mozambique: Government Pledges to Improve Business Environment
Mozambican President Armando Guebuza declared on Thursday that his government remains committed to improving the business environment in the country by removing the various legal obstacles and constraints which still hinder the full functioning of market forces.
Sat Dec 14, 2013
Australian firm to funnel U$31m into Mozambique's minerals
Australia s mineral mining firm, Syrah Resources says it has raised US$431 million for its Balama graphite project in the northern Mozambican province of Cabo Delgado , sources said Saturday.Syrah Resources officials said the capital was raised through issuing 13.7 million shares to institutional investors.