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    19 May, 2011
  
   Mozambique and Namibia scrap entry visas
 
 

The Mozambican and Namibian governments on 18 May signed an agreement in Windhoek to abolish entry visas for the citizens of the two countries.
 
     
 
    18 May, 2011
  
   Construction of Nacala airport to create 700 jobs
 
 

The construction of an international airport in the northern Mozambican port of Nacala will create a total of 700 jobs, according to the official government spokesperson, Deputy Justice Minister Alberto Nkutumula.
 
     
 
    12 May, 2011
  
   112,000 tonnes of cashew nuts marketed
 
 

The Mozambican cashew sector showed its continuing recovery by marketing 112,000 tonnes of cashew nuts in the 2010-2011 campaign, much higher than anything in the previous three decades.
 
     
 
    10 May, 2011
  
   Vale awards contract to APR Energy
 
 

The US-based company APR Energy announced on Tuesday that the Brazilian mining giant Vale has awarded it a contract to provide electricity to Vale’s mine at Moatize, in the central Mozambican province of Tete, which began operation on Monday.
 
     
 
    9 May, 2011
  
   Coal production starts at Moatize
 
 

Mozambican President Armando Guebuza and the chairperson of the Brazilian mining giant Vale, Roger Agnelli, on Sunday detonated the first charge of explosives initiating coal production at Vale’s open cast mine in Moatize, in the western Mozambican province of Tete.
 
     
 
  13 May, 2019  
 
Anadarko reaches agreement with JERA and CPC
 
The Anadarko Petroleum Corporation on Monday announced that the Mozambique LNG1 Company, owned by Anadarko and its partners in exploiting the natural gas in Area One of the Rovuma Basin, off the coast of the northern Mozambican province of Cabo Delgado, has signed a Sale and Purchase Agreement (SPA)

 
  13 May, 2019  
 
Cyclone Idai wiped out over 80,000 hectares of crops
 
A complete assessment of the impact of cyclone Idai on Mozambican agriculture shows that it devastated 813,000 hectares of crops in the 71 districts affected by the cyclone, according to Agriculture Minister Higino de Marrule.

 
  10 May, 2019  
 
More than a quarter of a million new electricity connections
 
New connections to the national electricity grid benefitted 257,490 households in 2018, according to the chairperson of Mozambique’s publicly-owned electricity company, EDM, Aly Sicola.

 


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