Mozambique's government intends on mooting a Bill that will criminalise "insulting" SMSs, emails, and internet posts.
Despite ongoing peace talks, Mozambique's government has blamed revived rebel movement Renamo for an attack on a strategically important railway line.
Mozambique's national disaster management institute has called on citizens to leave southern parts of the country that are badly affected by flooding.
Claims that SA female prisoners are mistreated in Mozambique's jails will be brought up with authorities, says the international relations department.
Mozambique's ruling party picks defence minister Filipe Nyussi as its presidential candidate in polls set for October 15.
The Development Bank of Southern Africa works with countries in the Southern African Development Community to bring power and positive change.
Observers say elections in Southern Africa this year are vulnerable to manipulation and misuse of the military to clamp down on opponents.
Bafana Bafana coach Gordon Igesund says he knows the players are ready ahead of their Group A opener against Mozambique on Saturday.
Mozambiquan authorities have "categorically" denied reports that arrests have been made after the death of former Rwandan spy boss Patrick Karegeya.
The plane's captain had a "clear intention" to crash an airplane that went down in Namibia at the end of November, according to an investigation.
There are believed to be no survivors from the 34 passengers on board the plane that left Mozambique Friday morning and was found burnt on Saturday.
The proposed Mphanda Nkuwa dam will affect the livelihoods of 200 000 Mozambicans and force 1 400 households to relocate, writes James Morrissey.
As Mozambicans prepare to cast their ballots in local elections, there have been concerns that an upsurge in political violence will affect voting.
Clashes between rival party supporters and police have spurred tension ahead of local elections that will test opposition to the Frelimo government.
Mozambique has attempted to reassure investors that a state-backed bond to pay for tuna trawlers is not being used to buy military equipment.
Mozambique's government has confirmed skirmishes with revived rebel group Renamo.
Zimbabwe's warnings of military action in Mozambique have raised questions about the Zimbabwean army's abilities.
Mozambique is making great strides in efforts to safeguard marine life in its coastal reserves, but there’s much more to do.
Amid the worst political violence the country has seen since its 16-year civil war, Mozambique's president says a war is unlikely to break out.
The latest attack -- which killed one and injured 10 -- has raised concerns that Mozambique could slip back into conflict.