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Ellputo drops a massive collaboration raising the Mozambique flag
The Geobek Records award winning versatile producer, Ellputo makes a major move by bringing together 10 of Mozambique’s finest artists, Wazimbo, Neyma, Laylizzy, Anita Macuacua, Blaze, TwentyFingers, Ubaka, Hernâni, Julia Duarte and Roberto Chitsonzo Jr on “NãoOuve Dizer”.
An all-female flight crew makes history in Mozambique
It is a historic day: that is how many Mozambicans regard December 14, 2018 when, for the first time in the country's civil aviation history, an airplane was operated solely by women.
Triton secures mining approval from Mozambique’s government
Mozambique Ministry of Mines has given a green card to Triton’s mining concession application submitted for Ancuabe Graphite Project in Mozambique, East Africa. The news sent the Triton’s share price to jump 12.821% to last trade at $0.044 on 14 December 2018.
Study examines post-discharge pediatric mortality rate in Mozambique
1. About 1 in 25 children younger than age 15 years died within 90 days of hospital discharge in Southern Mozambique; over half of all mortalities occurred within 30 days of discharge.
Wentworth pulls out of Tembo block in Mozambique
Wentworth Resources has announced that it will relinquish its Tembo onshore exploration block in northern Mozambique on 30 April 2019. Although the company gave no reason for its exit, it is believed it is pulling out because of violence in the region. An Islamist insurgency has led to ongoing attac
15 of the best places to go for a winter beach getaway
Even in the winter months, there are destinations around the world to enjoy lounging on a beach chair. According to Priceline's Work-Life Balance Report, 29% of Americans have regrets about how they used their paid time off in 2018. Squeezing in even a short trip during cold, gloomy winter months is
Tackling Flooding Through Climate-Resilient Agriculture
Smart agriculture in Mozambique allows farmers to produce in any season. Thanks to the combined actions of the African Development Bank, the Climate Investment Funds - for which the Bank is one of the implementing agencies - and other development partners, Mozambique, the third-ranked African countr
13 of the most underrated honeymoon destinations, according to an expert
Couples are looking for more off-the-beaten-path destinations when it comes to honeymoon planning. Outdoor lovers will be blown away by trips to places like Lapland, Patagonia, or Mongolia.
Qatar Buys Mexican Oil Stakes From Eni
(Bloomberg) -- Qatar Petroleum is buying stakes in three offshore oil blocks in Mexico from Eni SpA, as the Arab country signs another global expansion deal after leaving OPEC.
A little safari, a little beach, a little honeymoon and a whole lot to remember for all the wrong reasons
In life we are assured all too often that it is not the destination but the journey that matters. I’m not so sure. Consider my honeymoon in Mozambique. At the time, Mozambique was not a destination high on the honeymoon hit list. It certainly was no Florence or Hawaii. But the idea had been simple:
Mozambique names ex-rebels to army command
Maputo (AFP) - Mozambique has appointed three top commanders from Renamo, the largest opposition party and a former rebel movement, to key army command posts as part of peace-building efforts.
Did a Drone Collide With a Boeing 737 in Mexico? No Facts Support This
Many drone collisions or near misses with passenger jets have been reported in the past, but so far, all those cases were dismissed after serious investigation. The latest speculation reports that a drone slammed into a Mexican airliner two days ago.
Mozambique: More than 40,000 people receive seeds to help rebuild their lives
The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and Mozambique Red Cross Society (CVM) distributed seeds to help displaced communities in Maringue district to rebuild their lives. These communities were affected by armed violence in central Mozambique and returned home to little or nothing. Duri
SPECIAL REPORT: Using SAM to Align Financing Needs, Social Impact in Mozambique
Francisco Cuamba, the Finance Director of Mozambique’s Microbanco Confianca (pictured at left), came to Luxembourg for European Microfinance Week in November, he was very pleased to win a free registration to the 2019 SAM, which will be held in late October in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso. Reflecting
Forests of Mozambique: A Snapshot
Mozambique is a country with significant natural forest cover. Native forests and woodlands cover 43% of land-mass, harboring extensive biodiversity and unique landscapes. Forests are critical to the country’s social, environmental and economic well-being. Rapid deforestation, however, is threatenin
Cambodia Nabs More Than 3 Tons Of Illegal Ivory
The tusks were hidden among marble in an abandoned shipping container in Cambodia's Phnom Penh port. Sent from Mozambique, these yellowing prizes arrived last year, AFP reports. The owner of the shipment never arrived to pick up the cargo, and a tip from the U.S. embassy alerted Cambodian authoritie
Nedbank repeatedly breaks antiterrorism laws in Mozambique, but who calls it out?
Editor’s note: The opinions in this article are the author’s, as published by our content partner, and do not represent the views of MSN or Microsoft. Nedbank was fined twice in 2018 by the Central Bank of Mozambique for violating laws against financial terrorism, but there appears to be a lack of a
Mozambique spends $250 million on ‘ghost’ workers
Mozambique has spent $250 million paying non-existent public sector workers usually referred to as ‘ghost’ workers. The payments were made to these ghost workers in the last two years.
Copa: Malawi knocked out as Mozambique wins
Malawi have been knocked out of the ongoing Copa Coca-Cola Africa Cup of Nations after losing 2-0 to Mozambique in an entertaining match played at the Nakuru High School in Kenya on Tuesday 11th December.
RBR Group gets a foot in the door at mammoth LNG project in Mozambique
Labour hire company RBR Group has won a contract for an undisclosed amount assessing potential workers for a giant Mozambique LNG project. Investors loved the news, sending the RBR (ASX:RBR) share price up 25 per cent to 1.5c.