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Third time lucky: Will Mozambique’s peace deal last?

It’s been a year since Frelimo and Renamo signed the Maputo Accord. This time, the peace might just hold

Mozambique’s government-industrial complex

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

Amended Refugee Act restricts fundamental rights

Minister of Home Affairs Aaron Motsoaledi has defended the new amendments to the Refugees Act that came into effect at the beginning of the...

Mozambique votes in tense election after violent campaign

The Frelimo party, which has ruled thenation since independence in 1975, is widely expected to again beat its former civil war foe Renamo

Mozambique braces for high stakes poll

High levels of violence are expected in the run-up to the October 15 general elections

Hope, peace and reconciliation: Pope Francis in Mozambique

A papal visit will highlight the importance of the recently signed peace agreement between the government and opposition

Mozambique rivals sign peace deal

The leaders of Renamo and Frelimo hail the ‘new era’ ending clashes between the two since 2013

Third time lucky for peace in Mozambique?

Renamo’s hardened fighters are not getting any younger, so this time the deal may stick

2019: Africa heads into an election year

Voters in several African nations, including Nigeria and South Africa, are headed to the ballot box in 2019

Mozambique local polls test peace process

Renamo, the main opposition party is running in the municipal vote for the first time in 10 years

Remembering a warlord democrat

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

Mozambique rebel leader Dhlakama dead, say party sources

Several sources in the Renamo party said the veteran rebel leader passed away after an unconfirmed heart attack

Mozambican war victims embrace their new home in Limpopo

The land is not just the dusty earth on which we stand. It is an affirmation of self. It is the urgent aspiration for dignity and agency.

​The extraordinary Train of Sugar and Salt

Stunning new film about civilians' dangerous trade trip to gain income during Mozambican war.

Shock as Mozambique top lawyer Cistac shot after backing opposition, dies

Cistac reportedly said calls by Renamo for greater autonomy for the north and centre of the country could be justified under the constitution.

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