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The passing on of Retired Air Chief Marshal Josiah Tungamirai robbed the nation of an astute veteran guerrilla leader and military strategist.
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Orlando Albinho spent much of his 40 years collecting coconuts from the tops of leafy palm trees and selling them in the local market or to nearby factories that made soap and oil from the dried white flesh.
In a busy Mozambique clinic, a 25-year-old mother says she won't tell her estranged husband she has HIV for fear she will be blamed and beaten.
The hospital cost 13.8 million US dollars to build and equip. It has 400 beds and can treat a thousand patients a day.
Zambia Railways Limited requires US$50 million to re-establish an inter-mine railway link to haul an estimated three million tonnes of cargo per annum.
We are not alone. Here is a news item about Mozambique: "Mozambican civil society organisations on 16 June praised President Armando Guebuza for exercising his veto against bills passed by the Assembly of the Republic which would have increased the pension rights and other privileges of former parliamentary deputies and former heads of state.
Jul 3, 2014--Regus, the global workspace provider, has opened its first business centre in Mozambique, at Edificio Millennium Park in Maputo.
Mozambique is one of the few African countries that for a long time defied the negative after-effects of a lengthy civil war.
Just as it is in other continents, in Africa, dance binds itself to human life, accompanying people throughout life, especially those moments of happiness, harvest and birth.
The Centre for Investment Promotion , in coordination with the Japanese International Cooperation Agency , is preparing a set of tools to promote investments in Mozambique.
The brief statement from Guebuza's office said that Paulino had offered his resignation for reasons of health.
The Maputo City Law Court on Wednesday confirmed the detention of Antonio Muchanga, spokesperson for Afonso Dhlakama, leader of the former rebel movement Renamo.
The tobacco processing company Mozambique Leaf Tobacco , based in the western city of Tete, is to open a second production line in September.
Updated: Mon Jul 21, 2014 06:13 pm
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