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    17 November, 2009
  
   Frelimo victory confirmed
 
 

Mozambique’s National Elections Commission (CNE) on 11 November announced the final results from the 28 October general elections, confirming
 
     
 
    17 November, 2009
  
   Breakdown of parliamentary seats
 
 

Frelimo will have an overwhelming majority of seats in the incoming parliament, holding 191 of the 250 seats
 
     
 
    17 November, 2009
  
   CNE denounces vote tampering
 
 

Speaking at the ceremony where he announced the final election results, the chairperson of the CNE,
 
     
 
    17 November, 2009
  
   Renamo rejects results
 
 

Renamo has continued its long tradition of rejecting the results of Mozambican general elections.
 
     
 
    17 November, 2009
  
   “People who buy furniture aren’t preparing for war”
 
 

Frelimo has dismissed as mere bluster the threat by Afonso Dhlakama, leader of Renamo, that “Mozambique will burn”,
 
     
 
    17 November, 2009
  
   Fisheries cooperation renewed
 
 

The governments of Mozambique, Norway and Iceland have pledged to renew their cooperation in fisheries
 
     
 
    17 November, 2009
  
   Cabo Delgado cholera centre attacked
 
 

Another cholera treatment centre in northern Mozambique has been vandalised by a group of people
 
     
 
    17 November, 2009
  
   Natural gas for Maputo power stations
 
 

The two diesel fired back-up power stations that can provide Maputo with electricity
 
     
 
    12 November, 2009
  
   Final election results
 
 

Mozambique's ruling Frelimo Party will have an overwhelming majority of seats in the incoming parliament, according to the results of the 28 October
 
     
 
    12 November, 2009
  
   Breakdown of parliamentary seats
 
 

Frelimo will hold 191 of the 250 seats. The main opposition party, Renamo, will have 51
 
     
 
    12 November, 2009
  
   Renamo rejects the results
 
 

Renamo has continued its long tradition of rejecting the results of Mozambican general elections.
 
     
 
    12 November, 2009
  
   “The Mozambican people were the main winners” - Frelimo
 
 

The Central Committee Secretary for Mobilisation and Propaganda of Mozambique's ruling Frelimo Party,
 
     
 
    11 November, 2009
  
   CNE confirms Frelimo victory
 
 

Mozambique’s National Elections Commission (CNE) on Wednesday announced the final results from the 28 October general elections,
 
     
 
    11 November, 2009
  
   Final election results
 
 

The final results in the 28 October general elections, announced on Wednesday by Mozambique’s National Elections Commission (CNE),
 
     
 
    11 November, 2009
  
   CNE denounces vote tampering
 
 

The chairperson of Mozambique’s National Elections Commission (CNE), Joao Leopoldo da Costa
 
     
 
    6 November, 2009
  
   Election results: Tete province
 
 

The results from last week’s general elections in the western province of Tete,
 
     
 
    5 November, 2009
  
   Guebuza and Frelimo win landslide victory
 
 

President Armando Guebuza and Frelimo have convincingly won Mozambique’s presidential
 
     
 
    5 November, 2009
  
   Official Provincial Results
 
 

Nampula, Presidential election
 
     
 
    5 November, 2009
  
   Victory for Simango in Beira
 
 

In the city of Beira, the only major urban area in the country that Frelimo did not win
 
     
 
    5 November, 2009
  
   Renamo defeated in Maringue
 
 

Renamo also suffered a defeat in its former stronghold in the district of Maringue
 
     
 
    5 November, 2009
  
   Renamo threatens a return to war
 
 

Former guerrilla fighters of Mozambique’s main opposition party, Renamo,
 
     
 
    5 November, 2009
  
   Holland finances higher education
 
 

The Mozambican and Dutch governments signed an agreement in Maputo on 2 November
 
     
 
    5 November, 2009
  
   Japanese aid for education
 
 

The Mozambican Education Ministry and the Japanese government signed an agreement
 
     
 
    5 November, 2009
  
   Brazil finances forestry centre
 
 

The Mozambican and Brazilian governments signed an agreement on 27 October for the rehabilitation of the Machipanda Forestry Centre
 
     
 
    5 November, 2009
  
   North-South highway to be rehabilitated by 2012
 
 

The 2,500 kilometres of Mozambique’s main north/south highway,
 
     
 
    5 November, 2009
  
   260,000 may need food aid
 
 

The National Disasters Management Institute (INGC) estimates that about 260,000 people
 
     
 
    2 November, 2009
  
   Provisional election results by province, Monday morning
 
 

The latest results from the provisional count of the results sheets from Wednesday's
 
     
 
    2 November, 2009
  
   Provisional election results, Monday morning
 
 

As of Monday morning, the Election Administration Technical Secretariat (STAE)
 
     
 
  16 July, 2017  
 
President Nyusi inaugurates Kuvaninga power station
 
President Filipe Nyusi on 15 July inaugurated a gas fired power plant station in Macarretane in the southern province of Gaza.

 
  13 July, 2017  
 
Mozambican coal to be shipped to Australia
 
The Brazilian mining giant Vale is to export coking coal from its open cast mine in Moatize, in the western Mozambican province of Tete, to Port Kembla in Australia for the first time.

 
  12 July, 2017  
 
Germany to provide €15 million for electricity network
 
Mozambique and Germany on 12 July in Maputo signed an agreement under which €15 million will be made available for the second phase of a project to modernise the electricity network.

 


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