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    18 October, 2012
  
   President inaugurates domestic terminal
 
 

President Armando Guebuza on Wednesday inaugurated a new domestic terminal at Maputo airport, which can handle 580 passengers an hour at peak times.
 
     
 
    15 October, 2012
  
   Mozambican coal on way to Britain
 
 

A shipment of 35,000 tonnes of coking coal from the Benga open cast coal mine in the Mozambican province of Tete is on its way to Britain to feed Tata Steel’s furnaces in the eastern town of Scunthorpe.
 
     
 
    8 October, 2012
  
   President reshuffles government
 
 

President Armando Guebuza has removed Prime Minister Aires Ali and replaced him with Alberto Vaquina.
 
     
 
    5 October, 2012
  
   Beacon Hill negotiating Sena Line quota
 
 

The London-based mining company Beacon Hill Resources has announced that formal negotiations have begun with Mozambique’s publicly owned ports and rail company, CFM, to finalise an allocation on the Sena rail line to take the company’s coal from the Moatize coal basin in the western prov
 
     
 
  4 September, 2017  
 
Over twenty thousand farmers benefit from mechanisation programme
 
From October 2016 to July this year, 21,045 Mozambican farmers benefitted from tractors to plough their lands, and other technological packages to improve agricultural production and productivity.

 
  2 September, 2017  
 
Moatize – Macuse project to begin in late 2018
 
The Mozambican Ministry of Transport and Communications announced in Maputo on 1 September that the construction of a new railway from the western province of Tete to Macuse, on the coast of Zambezia province, should begin in late 2018, and be concluded in the first quarter of 2021.

 
  23 August, 2017  
 
Five billion meticais for road maintenance
 
The Ministry of Public Works expects to spend five billion meticais on routine road maintenance this year.

 


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