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    26 February, 2010
  
   Good governance a key part of fight against poverty
 
 

Good governance "occupies a prominent position in our national agenda for the fight against poverty", declared Mozambican President Armando Guebuza on Friday.
 
     
 
    25 February, 2010
  
   LAM announces growth despite international recession
 
 

Despite the international financial crisis, Mozambique Airlines (LAM) increased its business by six per cent on domestic routes
 
     
 
    19 February, 2010
  
   Electricity reaches Zumbo
 
 

Mozambique's publicly-owned electricity company, EDM, has announced that since Tuesday the westernmost town in the country, Zumbo,
 
     
 
    16 February, 2010
  
   Government discusses graphite mines with investors
 
 

The Mozambican government is negotiating with Swiss investors terms for the reopening of the graphite mines in Ancuabe district,
 
     
 
    15 February, 2010
  
   National Unity key in battle against poverty – President Guebuza
 
 

President Armando Guebuza on 3 February declared that national unity remains a key requirement in the battle the country continues to wage to improve the living conditions of its citizens.
 
     
 
    15 February, 2010
  
   Government committed to EITI
 
 

Deputy Minister of Mineral Resources, Abdul Razak Noormahomed, on 12 February reiterated the government’s commitment to the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI).
 
     
 
    15 February, 2010
  
   One dead in cholera riot
 
 

One person died and three others injured in a clash on 12 February between police and a crowd of about 300 people
 
     
 
    15 February, 2010
  
   Five year licences for private water suppliers
 
 

Private water suppliers in Maputo and neighbouring Matola have won their demand for their licences to be awarded for five-year periods.
 
     
 
    15 February, 2010
  
   Dutch funding for export drive
 
 

Mozambique is in a good position to export high quality organic produce to the European market, according to the government’s Export Promotion Institute (IPEX).
 
     
 
    15 February, 2010
  
   Chinese buses were “a very bad idea”
 
 

The publicly owned Maputo bus company, TPM, has recognised that the import in 2008 of five Chinese manufactured buses running on natural gas was “a very bad deal”.
 
     
 
    15 February, 2010
  
   Ten rural filling stations completed
 
 

Ten petroleum filling stations planned for rural areas, under the project named “Geographical Incentive”, have now been completed, according to Energy Minister Salvador Namburete.
 
     
 
    15 February, 2010
  
   Portugal pledges opening of credit lines
 
 

The Portuguese government has pledged that a credit line of €90 million ($124 million) to support investment in Mozambique will be operational within the next two months.
 
     
 
    15 February, 2010
  
   Renamo crisis deepens
 
 

The 16 Renamo parliamentary deputies who took their seats at the first session of the new Mozambican parliament, the Assembly of the Republic, on 12 January,
 
     
 
    15 February, 2010
  
   Funds available for Nampula-Cuamba road
 
 

Funds are now available to start rebuilding the road between the northern cities of Nampula and Cuamba, giving it a tarred surface, according to the Mozambican Ambassador to Japan, Belmiro Malate.
 
     
 
    15 February, 2010
  
   Maize seed for farmers
 
 

The Ministry of Agriculture has announced that it has 500 tonnes of maize seed available to support peasant farmers who have lost their crops, in whole or in part,
 
     
 
    9 February, 2010
  
   Ten rural filling stations completed
 
 

Ten of the 20 filling stations planned for rural areas, under the project named
 
     
 
    3 February, 2010
  
   All-Africa government a gradual process - President Guebuza
 
 

President Armando Guebuza has stated that establishing a "United States of Africa", and hence an all-Africa government,
 
     
 
    3 February, 2010
  
   Katupha reappointed parliamentary spokesperson
 
 

The Standing Commission of the Mozambican parliament, the Assembly of the Republic, on 26 January reappointed Mateus Katupha as its spokesperson for a further five-year term of office.
 
     
 
    3 February, 2010
  
   Renamo boycott in ruins
 
 

The boycott of elected institutions by Mozambique’s main opposition party, Renamo, is continuing to collapse, as Renamo members trickle into the provincial assemblies.
 
     
 
    3 February, 2010
  
   Lowest inflation in a decade
 
 

Mozambican inflation rates in 2009 were the lowest recorded in the past ten years, according to a statement from the Monetary Policy Committee of the Bank of Mozambique.
 
     
 
    3 February, 2010
  
   Money available to electrify 22 districts
 
 

The Mozambican government has $300 million available to supply electricity to 22 more districts across the country during the next five years.
 
     
 
    3 February, 2010
  
   Cashew harvest to reach 95,000 tonnes
 
 

Mozambique’s National Cashew Institute (INAJU) is optimistic that the 2009-2010 cashew harvest will reach 95,000 tonnes.
 
     
 
    3 February, 2010
  
   Trains reach Moatize
 
 

The first train for more than two decades reached the railway station at Moatize, in the western province of Tete
 
     
 
    3 February, 2010
  
   Prime Minister visits flood victims
 
 

Prime Minister Aires Aly on 29 January visited some of the Maputo neighbourhoods worst affected by the torrential rains that hit the capital on 27 January.
 
     
 
    3 February, 2010
  
   Prime Minister visits flood victims
 
 

Prime Minister Aires Aly on 29 January visited some of the Maputo neighbourhoods worst affected by the torrential rains that hit the capital on 27 January.
 
     
 
    3 February, 2010
  
   Fifty more buses for Maputo
 
 

A further 50 buses are being imported this month to strengthen the fleet of the publicly owned Maputo Bus company (TPM).
 
     
 
    3 February, 2010
  
   Vehicle inspections begin
 
 

The National Traffic Institute (INAV) on 1 February began compulsory inspection of vehicles, to increase road safety.
 
     
 
    3 February, 2010
  
   Maputo-Matola maritime route inaugurated
 
 

Transport Minister Paulo Zucula on 23 January inaugurated a maritime transport route between the cities of Maputo and Matola.
 
     
 
    3 February, 2010
  
   New classrooms in operation
 
 

The Mozambican 2010 school year began with a further 1,200 new classrooms coming into operation, many fewer than was planned.
 
     
 
    2 February, 2010
  
   Money available to electrify 22 districts
 
 

The Mozambican government has 300 million US dollars available to supply electricity to 22 more districts across the country during the next five years.
 
     
 
    1 February, 2010
  
   President Guebuza speaks on information technologies
 
 

Mozambican President Armando Guebuza said on Sunday that the country possesses all the conditions to make progress in information
 
     
 
  10 April, 2017  
 
Seized wood to be sold at auction
 
Minister of Land, Environment and Rural Development, Celso Correia, has confirmed that the 150,000 cubic metres of wood seized so far in “Operation Trunk”, in the north and centre of the country, will be sold to the highest bidder at public auction.

 
  5 April, 2017  
 
Date fixed for municipal elections
 
The Mozambican government has fixed 10 October 2018 as the date for the next municipal elections.

 
  4 April, 2017  
 
Central Bank lays down new exchange rate rules
 
The Bank of Mozambique has issued regulations to ensure more transparent exchange rates.

 


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