What seems to have informed South African Development Community’s new approach is the need to enhance the gains made in controlling the insurgency
Armando Guebuza gave evidence in a corruption trial that has transfixed the nation
With regional forces retaking Cabo Delgado, insurgents turn their attention inland
Informal banking and trade are both a lifeline for local communities and a grey area for terror financing, requiring progressive efforts to develop rather than de-risk
But anger over human rights abuses in the ruby-rich province fuels resentment and insurgency
The countries offering training are the SADC, Italy, France, Portugal, Spain and the United States while it appears that Rwanda ‘has plans to deploy’
Mozambique grows impatient for SA justice minister to rule whether former finance minister will be extradited to Mozambique or US to face corruption charges
Mozambique is starting to accept it needs more than private military aid to fight the Islamic State insurgency
A humanitarian crisis looms as a violent insurgency continues to sweep over northern Mozambique. As many flee to safety, the question remains: who, or what, fuels the fire?
Can Frelimo and its backers continue to profit from a failing state while an armed insurgency rages in northern Mozambique? And will South Africa help prop them up?
It’s been a year since Frelimo and Renamo signed the Maputo Accord. This time, the peace might just hold
Mozambique needs to restructure its defence force and build an alliance with its neighbour Tanzania in preparation for a drawn-out struggle against ‘jihadists’
One of Mozambique’s most senior journalists escaped a kidnapping attempt in Maputo on New Year’s Eve. Matias Guente, the executive editor of Canal de Moçambique, was accosted in the afternoon of December 31 by three men while in the capital’s Alto Maé area, right behind the headquarters of the Mozambique Defence Armed Forces. The men […]