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Mozambique’s government-industrial complex

Dangerously close links between government officials and the private sector encourage corruption

Mozambique’s brutal war on free speech

Proposed high fees will make it impossible for those reporting at grassroots level to continue

Remembering a warlord democrat

Afonso Dhlakama, the Mozambican rebel leader, was a quixotic, charismatic figure

‘Madagascar should allow Ravalomanana back’

The mediator in Madagascar's long-running political crisis has said exiled former leader Marc Ravalomanana should be allowed to return home from SA.

Madagascar to be discussed at SADC summit

Jacob Zuma goes to Gabarone to attend the SADC summit where Madagascar's political problems is expected to be discussed.

SA-Mozambique pipeline fuels regional growth

Four years on, a Mozambique-South African gas pipeline is fuelling economic growth and regional cooperation in Southern Africa. It challenges Western assumptions of a natural-resources "curse" in Africa and offers evidence that the New Partnership for Africa's Development is beginning to deliver on its promises.

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