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Vale To Sell Down Stakes In Coal, Fertilizer And Steel Businesses For Cash
Vale is planning to sell partial stakes in its coal, fertilizer and steel businesses to reduce its own costs and decrease capital spending in the years ahead.
Travel World News
Anantara Bazaruto Island in Mozambique Becomes the Brand's First Property in Africa
Just 20 miles east of mainland Mozambique on Africa's east coast, the Bazaruto Archipelago of protected national park islands lie scattered across the turquoise Indian Ocean.
Mozambique: Four FIR Agents Die in Gunfire Exchange in Nampula Province
Four elements belonging to the Rapid Intervention Force lost their lives this Monday at daybreak in the village of Mutholo, at Namiata administrative post in Rapale District, Nampula Province, during a confrontation with alleged Renamo gunmen.
Malaysian National News Agency
Mozambique Airline Crash: DNA Collected To Identify Bodies
Work has begun to collect DNA samples from relatives of those who died when the Mozambique Airlines flight from Maputo to Luanda crashed on Nov 29 in northern Namibia, killing all 33 people on board.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Mozambique: National Health Week Successful, Says Ministry
The Mozambican Health Ministry has announced that the second phase of "National Health Week", which ended on Friday, reached the targets set.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Mozambique: Embraer Black Boxes in U.S for Analysis
The Mozambican authorities announced on Thursday that the "black box" flight recorders from the Mozambique Airlines Embraer-190 that crashed in northern Namibia on 29 November have been recovered and sent to the United States for decoding.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
researchers find merit in sub-Saharan Africans buying water from neighbors
In sub-Saharan Africa, about one in five people purchase water from neighbors connected to public or private utility lines.
Water pollution in Mozambique
Mozambique is a developing country where the majority of the population still lacks access to safe drinking water, in spite of the fact that there is sufficient water to cover their needs.
Madiba legacy 'will never be forgotten'
Former president Nelson Mandela strengthened ties between South Africa and Mozambique, the Maputo Corridor Logistics Initiative said on Friday.
SADC stakeholders to combat poaching
SADC ministers responsible for Environment and Natural Resources Management have called upon key stakeholders and local communities to fully participate in efforts to strengthen the management of the region's natural resources in particular, combating illegal harvesting of elephants and rhino.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Malaysian National News Agency
Mozambique Releases List Of Air Crash Victims
Mozambican authorities have released a list of passengers on board a Mozambique Airlines plane that crashed in Namibia en route to Angola last Friday, Xinhua news agency reported.
United Methodist Church
Remembering Nelson Mandela: 1918-2013
Bishop Janice Huie escorts Nelson Mandela and his wife, Graca Machel, as Bishop Joao Somane Machado leads the way.
UPDATE 2-Miner Vale to sell 15-25 pct stake in coal operations
Brazilian miner Vale plans to sell a 15 to 25 percent stake in its coal operations, including projects and mines in Australia and Mozambique, and has had interest from potential partners including coal buyers, it said on Thursday.
Hotel News Resource
Anantara Bazaruto Island Opens in Mozambique
The resort formerly operated as the award-winning Indigo Bay Resort & Spa, which Minor Hotel Group, Anantara's owning company, took over management of earlier this year, with the intention to rebrand to Anantara.
BHR Enters into Mozambique Iron Ore/ Pig Iron Transaction
Beacon Hill Resources plc, the AIM and ASX listed coal producer, is pleased to announce that it has entered into an agreement to acquire, in stages, up to a 70% interest in the prospecting and exploration licence 3788L which has strong potential for Pig Iron mineralisation located in the Tete Province of Mozambique .
Wed Dec 04, 2013
New fossil species found in Mozambique reveals new data on ancient mammal relatives
In the remote province of Niassa, Mozambique, a new species and genus of fossil vertebrate was found.
Mozambique: Why Has Renamo Gone Back to the Bush?
The former rebel movement has renounced the peace deal it signed to end the war in 1992 and has issued a raft of demands to the government, raising fears of resumption of the war.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Mozambique: No Date Yet for Transfer of Air Crash Victims' Remains
Mozambique Airlines does not yet have a firm date for the transfer back to Maputo of the bodies of those who died when the LAM flight from Maputo to Luanda last Friday crashed in northern Namibia.
Mozambique: Little Benefit to Mozambique From Moma Heavy Sands
Mozambique is deriving very little benefit from the titanium-bearing heavy mineral sands deposits in the northern province of Nampula, thanks to the excessively favourable terms granted to the operator, the Irish company, Kenmare Resources.
Report: Vale to sell stakes in VLI, Mozambique railway-port project
CEO Murilo Ferreira said the company will double its efforts to sell noncore assets in 2014 in a bid to further lower capital expenditures, Dow Jones Newswires reported Dec. 3. A deal to sell a 26% stake in Vale's VLI logistics unit is "near completion" and is expected to be bring in around US$800 million.