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    22 November, 2013
  
   Triton Minerals takes larger stake in graphite project
 
 

The Australian company Triton Minerals announced on 22 November that it is to take a 60 per cent stake in its two graphite projects in the northern Mozambican province of Cabo Delgado.
 
     
 
    21 November, 2013
  
   Beacon Hill loads first coal train
 
 

The London-based mining company Beacon Hill Resources is testing its facilities for transferring coal from its Minas Moatize coalmine onto the Sena railway system.
 
     
 
    18 November, 2013
  
   Huge profits envisaged for graphite project
 
 

The Australian mining company Syrah Resources has announced that a scoping study on its Balama West graphite project, in the northern Mozambican province of Cabo Delgado, shows such an enormous profit margin that it could recoup its costs in less than six months.
 
     
 
  9 April, 2019  
 
Entrepreneur registers design of Community Tablet
 
A Mozambican entrepreneur, Dayn Amade, has successfully registered the design of his Community Tablet vehicle with the United Kingdom Intellectual Property Office. This will protect his design from imitation for up to 25 years and makes taking legal action against infringement of copyright more stra

 
  21 September, 2018  
 
Poachers and illegal loggers jailed
 
The Chigubo district court, in the southern Mozambican province of Gaza, has, over the past three months, sentenced 14 people to jail terms of between 15 days and 12 years for poaching and illegal logging in the Banhine National Park.

 
  19 September, 2018  
 
Government approves water management plan
 
The Mozambican government on 18 September approved a National Water Resource Management Plan for the next 20 years that will cost an estimated US$28 billion.

 


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