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  • Anadarko Petroleum takes another step in natural gas exploration in Mozambique

    US group Anadarko Petroleum has signed two agreements with the Mozambican government authorising “the design, construction and operation of offshore facilities for the natural gas project in northern Mozambique,” the group said in a statement released in Houston. >>See More

  • World Bank says Mozambique must restructure public debt

    Progress in Mozambique’s debt restructuring negotiations is critical to restoring fiscal stability and curbing the accumulation of arrears to creditors, the World Bank said in a recent report on the country. >>See More

  • Mozambique begins population census on 1 August

    The National Statistics Institute (INE) of Mozambique is due to begin data collection on 1 August to prepare the 4th General Population and Housing Census (RGPH), which should be completed two weeks later and cost US$45 million. >>See More

  • Obtala group expands forest operations in Mozambique

    In the second quarter of the year the Obtala group concluded the acquisition of 10.5 hectares of land for construction of a new sawmill in Nampula, northern Mozambique, which has already begun, according to the group’s quarterly business update report. >>See More

  • Mozambican government sets US$50 price for tourist border visa

    The price of the tourist border visa has been set by the Mozambican government at US$50, according to statements from the country’s Interior Minister Basílio Monteiro, on Tuesday in Maputo, at the end of a Council of Ministers meeting. >>See More

  • South African group builds sugar refinery in Mozambique

    South Africa’s Tongaat Hulett group on Monday laid the first stone of a refinery to be built next to the Xinavane sugar mill in Mozambique’s Maputo province to turn soft brown sugar into white sugar. >>See More