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    17 July, 2016
  
   New varieties of cassava increase yields in Nampula
 
 

New varieties of cassava introduced into the northern Mozambican province of Nampula by the government’s Agricultural Research Institute (IIAM) have led to astonishing increases in productivity.
 
     
 
    10 July, 2016
  
   Moatize - Macuse railway project to cost US$3 billion
 
 

The project to build a 500-kilometre railway from the Moatize coal basin in the western Mozambican province of Tete and a new deep water port at Macuse, on the coast of Zambezia province, will cost an estimated three billion US dollars.
 
     
 
    10 July, 2016
  
   Sena railway line expansion completed
 
 

Work has been completed on increasing the capacity of the Sena railway line, which runs from the Moatize coal basin in the western Mozambican province of Tete to the port of Beira.
 
     
 
    7 July, 2016
  
   AGRA launches initiative to reduce post harvest losses
 
 

The Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA) has launched a three-year initiative to reduce post-harvest losses of cereals and beans in sub-Saharan Africa through expanding the use of threshers and airtight sacks.
 
     
 
  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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