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    30 June, 2011
  
   Vale increases 2011 Moatize coal forecast
 
 

The Brazilian mining company Vale has announced that it intends to produce 1.5 million tonnes of coal this year from its open cast mine at Moatize, in the western Mozambican province of Tete.
 
     
 
    29 June, 2011
  
   Beacon Hill ready to send coal to Beira in July
 
 

The British company Beacon Hill Resources on Wednesday announced that it has begun to produce export grade coking coal from its open cast mine at Moatize, in the western Mozambican province of Tete.
 
     
 
    24 June, 2011
  
   New business leadership takes office
 
 

The new leadership of the Confederation of Mozambican Business Associations (CTA), elected on 16 June, took office in Maputo on Thursday, and promised to continue the work of their predecessors.
 
     
 
    24 June, 2011
  
   Ncondezi to begin exporting coal in 2014
 
 

The British based coal company Ncondezi has announced that it hopes to begin exporting coal from its concession in the western Mozambican province of Tete in the second half of 2014.
 
     
 
    14 June, 2011
  
   Indian company plans iron and steel terminal at Beira
 
 

The Indian conglomerate Essar Global is planning to build what could be the world’s longest slurry pipeline from its iron mines in Zimbabwe to the Mozambican port of Beira, according to the financial services company “Securities Africa”.
 
     
 
    14 June, 2011
  
   Anadarko seeking natural gas
 
 

The piece of grey sandstone in my hands does not look very special – but it is 40 million years old, and came from about three and a half kilometres under my feet. I am standing on the deck of the drilling vessel, the “Belford Dolphin” about 30 kilometres east of the small northern
 
     
 
    8 June, 2011
  
   Maputo receives over 300,000 tourists annually
 
 

More than 300,000 tourists visit the Mozambican capital of Maputo each year, bringing in revenue of about $95 million.
 
     
 
    8 June, 2011
  
   Tourism generates over 4,000 jobs in Maputo city
 
 

Tourism in Maputo city generated 4,116 direct jobs last year, according to figures released by the Maputo Tourism Observatory, based on projections from the Study of Value Chain 2009.
 
     
 
    6 June, 2011
  
   Licences for heavy sands combined
 
 

The London-based company Pathfinder Minerals has announced that the Mozambican Ministry of Mineral Resources has notified it that the Ministry intends to combine into one licence the two separate licences currently held by Pathfinder in the central province of Zambezia.
 
     
 
    2 June, 2011
  
   Globe Metals announces rare earth finds
 
 

The Australia-based company Globe Metals and Mining has released encouraging results from its exploration for rare earths in the western Mozambican province of Tete.
 
     
 
  13 January, 2017  
 
Flood alert on some rivers, but Umbeluzi remains low
 
Although several major Mozambican rivers are at or approaching flood alert level, in the far south the Umbeluzi River, on which Maputo depends for its water supply, remains dangerously low.

 
  5 January, 2017  
 
Dedicated electricity line for new hospital
 
Electricity company announces independent, medium voltage transmission line exclusively to provide power for the country’s newest health unit, the Quelimane Central Hospital.

 
  3 January, 2017  
 
New Deputy Governor of Central Bank
 
President Filipe Nyusi has urged the new Deputy Governor of the Bank of Mozambique, Victor Pedro Gomes, to make every effort to help stabilize the country’s economy.

 


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