Mozambique

 
Poor Mozambicans accuse Sasol of bleeding them
Poor Mozambicans accuse Sasol of bleeding them
Petrochemical giant Sasol should be forced to pay the Mozambican government more money for gas and stop selling it to itself at grossly reduced...
Landmark human trafficking, sexual slavery judgment upheld
Landmark human trafficking, sexual slavery judgment upheld
The landmark 2014 judgment that sent a wealthy Mpumalanga timber tycoon, Lloyd Mabuza, to prison for eight life terms, has been upheld by the North...
Where to begin: Trump, the Paris Agreement and Africa's poverty
Where to begin: Trump, the Paris Agreement and Africa's poverty
Where do you start in understanding both the poverty of Africa, and Donald Trump pulling out of the Paris accord on climate change.
​The Swazi and Mozambican migrant scholars of Mpumalanga’s border towns
​The Swazi and Mozambican migrant scholars of Mpumalanga’s border towns
Hundreds, possibly thousands, of Swazi children rent dingy, unfurnished rooms in Mpumalanga so that they can attend school because the cost of...
SA schools boot out Swazi, Moz children over missing IDs
SA schools boot out Swazi, Moz children over missing IDs
Schools close to the Mozambique and Swaziland borders in Mpumalanga are refusing to admit hundreds — and possibly thousands — of...
Maputo’s new port will struggle to weather the coming storm
Maputo’s new port will struggle to weather the coming storm
Temperatures sit in the mid-30s and Maputo’s humidity levels makes breathing feel like a small amount of water is being inhaled with each breath....
Tropical cyclone Dineo kills four in Mozambique
Tropical cyclone Dineo kills four in Mozambique
Mozambican media are reporting that four people, including a child, have died as a result of tropical cyclone Dineo.
Celebrating queer survival
Celebrating queer survival
Lining the walls of Johannesburg’s Goethe-Institut, large-scale black-and-white images offer an intimate, seductive and ultimately celebratory...
Dreams turn to dust for Mozambicans moved for Vale pit
Dreams turn to dust for Mozambicans moved for Vale pit
Under a lone baobab tree, a group of Mozambican men tell of their struggles in a new settlement, having been moved from their village to make way...
​Lambda queers get feather in the cap but not from Mozambique government
​Lambda queers get feather in the cap but not from Mozambique government
Eight years after its inception the Mozambican Association for the Defence of Sexual Minorities (Lambda) — the only organisation in the...
​The extraordinary Train of Sugar and Salt
​The extraordinary Train of Sugar and Salt
It was no usual journey. During the eighties, ordinary Mozambicans, brought to brink of desperation by the post-independence civil war that ravaged...
LGBTI people in the DRC and Mozambique take to the air to foster understanding
LGBTI people in the DRC and Mozambique take to the air to foster understanding
In the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and Mozambique, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) people have taken to the...

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