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2 hrs ago | Business World

Kenmare post operating loss of USD17.9m

Irish-based, Mozambique focussed miner, Kenmare Resources, today an operating loss of USD17.9 million for the first six months of this year compared to a profit of USD6.9m a year ago.

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6 hrs ago | AllAfrica.com

Mozambique: Armed Forces Will Not Pull Out of Gorongosa

The Mozambican armed forces have no intention of abandoning their positions in the central district of Gorongosa, according to Defence Minister Agostinho Mondlane, cited in Tuesday's issue of the independent newsheet "Mediafax".

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Tue Aug 26, 2014

Iol.co.za

Questions remain after Mozambique deal

Mozambique rebel movement Renamo's agreement to a ceasefire is seen as aimed at keeping its political aspirations alive ahead of national and presidential elections on October 15. Analysts say many questions remain after Sunday's deal that will see Renamo guerrillas integrated into government forces as well as the handover of the rebel movement's ... (more)

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Mon Aug 25, 2014

AllAfrica.com

South Africa: South African Products, Services On Show in Maputo

A delegation of South African companies has begun showcasing their products and services at the 50th Maputo International Trade Fair, which got under way in the Mozambican capital on Monday.

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Resource Investing News

Graphite in Africa: Madagascar, Mozambique, Namibia and Tanzania

Many companies have found such deposits in Africa, particularly in Madagascar, Mozambique, Namibia and Tanzania.

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Sun Aug 24, 2014

Yahoo!

Renamo rebels say ceasefire signed with Mozambique government

Mozambique's government and former rebel movement Renamo have signed a ceasefire ending two years of armed conflict, Renamo said on Sunday.

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AllAfrica.com

Mozambique: Concession Contracts Signed for Two New Dams

Maputo - The Mozambican government on Friday signed contracts with companies dominated by Mauritian capital for the construction of two new dams on the Zambezi river at Lupata and Boroma, in Tete province The Lupata dam will produce 210 megawatts, and is costed at 1.072 billion US dollars.

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Sat Aug 23, 2014

AllAfrica.com

Mozambique: Mozambique Hopes to Slash Rice Import Bill

Maputo - The Mozambican government hopes that by 2020 the country will produce 80 per cent of the rice it consumes and import only 20 per cent Currently Mozambique is importing about 350,000 tonnes of rice a yea, at a cost of 140 million US dollars.

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Fri Aug 22, 2014

AllAfrica.com

Mozambique: Parliament Approves Amnesty for Citizens

Mozambican parliament has debated and approved the Amnesty Law that grants and guarantees pardon to all citizens who committed crimes against people, property or against state security during the violence that erupted on June 21, 2013 and continued until recently.

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Bloomberg

Mozambique's Likely Next Leader Invites Investors to Build Roads

Mozambican Defense Minister Filipe Nyusi, the frontrunner to become president after Oct. 15 elections, invited investors to help develop a country in need of railways and roads to export its coal reserves.

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Thu Aug 21, 2014

In-depth Africa

George Marange: Nationalist, sub-chief and man of the people

A VETERAN politician and nationalist, Cde George Marange died on August 20, 1997 in Mutare, at 67. He was diabetic.

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Wed Aug 20, 2014

In-depth Africa

Vukoxa 'washing' away violence in Chokwe

Roselyne Sachiti Features Editor Domestic violence knows no age, profession, gender or nationality.

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The Wall Street Journal

What Do the 2,400 People Who Work for the IMF Actually Do?

Let's face it. This is a question that most people have never asked, but sometimes the best reads are answers to questions you never thought to ask.

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Tue Aug 19, 2014

Examiner.com

Giant rats used to sniff out TB in Africa

Using giant rats to sniff out landmines in Africa is nothing new. However, the idea of using them to detect whether someone is infected with tuberculosis new concept being ecplored by the Belgian non-profit group APOPO, which actually began using them to detect TB at 21 medical centers in Dar es Salaam Tanzania in 2008.

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AME Info

New business deals announced between Dubai and Africa

The Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry has intensified the momentum of its preparations for the 2nd Africa Global Business Forum being held on Oct.1 and 2 at Atlantis The Palm, with the confirmation of President Armando Guebuza of Mozambique, President Paul Kagame of Rwanda, and Amama Mbabazi, Prime Minister of Uganda as well as Aliko Dangote, ... (more)

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Mon Aug 18, 2014

In-depth Africa

SADC resolutions should be meaningful - Mugabe

President Robert Mugabe says the decisions made by the Southern African Development Community Heads of State and Government at the just-ended 34th Summit will only be meaningful to the people if they are implemented.

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AllAfrica.com

Mozambique: Vale-Mozambique Announces More Heavy Losses

The Brazilian mining company Vale has announced heavy losses for its operations in Mozambique, for the second quarter of the year.

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Sun Aug 17, 2014

In-depth Africa

34th SADC leaders Summit opens in Zimbabwe

A lot of pomp and splendour is expected to characterized the official opening ceremony of the 34th SADC Heads of State and Government Summit, this morning.

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Sat Aug 16, 2014

National Geographic

Giant Rats Trained to Sniff Out Tuberculosis in Africa

MAPUTO, Mozambique -On a recent Friday morning, at a laboratory in southern Africa, Tariq correctly identified all six spit samples known to be positive for tuberculosis, the world's second most fatal infectious disease.

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In-depth Africa

Former Mozambique President Chisano expected in Zambia

Former Mozambique President Joaquim Alberto Chissano is expected in the country for a three day visit to commemorate Zambia's golden jubilee independence anniversary.

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