Latest articles on Mozambique Cyclone

Southern Africa’s dangerous information gap exacerbates natural disasters

During Cyclone Idai, responses were hampered by a shortage of reliable information. This has worrying implications for dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic

Conflict and cost hamper Mozambique cyclone response

Cyclone recovery has been further complicated by the cost of humanitarian and reconstruction efforts as well as a mysterious insurgency

Mozambique braces for violent floods after Cyclone Kenneth

The first floods have already been seen in some parts of Pemba, the capital of Cabo Delgado province, as well as in surrounding areas

SA Twitter jokes about deadly Dineo

The humour invoked the chaos at the State of the Nation address and corrupt politicians

Maputo’s new port will struggle to weather the coming storm

Rising temperatures cause cyclones that will batter the new port built to ship coal to countries who plan to move from this energy source

Cyclone Funso causes floods in Malawi, 5 000 displaced

Villagers in south Malawi have fled their flooded homes as the Shire and Ruo rivers burst their banks due to Mozambique's deadly cyclone.

Deadly tropical cyclone hits Mozambique

After torrential rains in southern Mozambique last week, the country has been hit by a tropical cyclone in the north, killing at least 12 people.

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