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Mozambique will be stripped of its forests 'in just a few years'
Mozambique will be stripped of its forests 'in just a few years'
Nito Silva wipes the wood shavings from his sweaty face while his chainsaw still growls. "I log about 40 trees per day," he says, leaning on a tree...
Mozambique peace deal a nod to democracy
Mozambique peace deal a nod to democracy
President Jacob Zuma on Monday welcomed the signing of a peace agreement between Mozambique's President Armando Guebuza and Renamo, the South...
UN pushes for peace talks in Mozambique
UN pushes for peace talks in Mozambique
UN chief Ban Ki-moon called on Mozambique's government and the former Renamo rebels to stop the violence and engage in dialogue amid an...
Moz sticks to voting plans despite threats of boycott
Moz sticks to voting plans despite threats of boycott
The government intends to stick to the schedule even though the main opposition party warns it will boycott the process.
New power station to help alleviate SADC crisis
New power station to help alleviate SADC crisis
A new coal thermal power project already approved by the Mozambican government in the north-western province of Tete could provide solutions to the...
Bottleneck at Mozambique border causes alarm
Bottleneck at Mozambique border causes alarm
Inefficiency at one of the border posts between South Africa and Mozambique is a key constraint to accelerated growth of trade and investment...
Mozambique needs $8m for cyclone repairs
Mozambique needs $8m for cyclone repairs
The Nampula provincial government in Mozambique will need at least $8-million to reconstruct infrastructure in five districts destroyed by Cyclone...
Wild animals kill more than 130 in Mozambique
Wild animals kill more than 130 in Mozambique
Wild animals killed at least 133 people and seriously injured 50 in Mozambique last year, the Agriculture Ministry said Tuesday.
Mozambique seeks urgent food aid after cyclone
Mozambique seeks urgent food aid after cyclone
The Mozambican government has made an urgent appeal to the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) to help more than 60 000 people left...
Campaign against Zim arms gains momentum
Campaign against Zim arms gains momentum
A campaign to prevent arms currently aboard a Chinese ship from reaching Zimbabwe gained momentum on Monday with trade unions calling on their...
SA's stature battered by migrant killings
SA's stature battered by migrant killings
South Africa's aspirations to lead the continent are being shredded by the xenophobic mobs who have hacked, shot and beaten to death at least 42...

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