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  • Triton Minerals signs binding agreement for graphite production

    The Australian mining company Triton Minerals, which holds the rights to graphite deposits in the northern Mozambican province of Cabo Delgado, on 9 November announced that it has signed a binding agreement for the sale of its product.

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  • ENI confirms LNG production will begin mid-2022

    The Italian energy company ENI has confirmed that it will start the production and export of liquefied natural gas (LNG), from its floating platform off the coast of the northern Mozambican province of Cab Delgado, as from mid-2022.

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  • Former British PM calls for just transition for Africa

    Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has called for a just transition to net zero greenhouse emissions for Africa as countries prepare to meet in Glasgow in November for the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26).

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  • Mozambique receives funds for reducing carbon emissions

    Mozambique has become the first country in the world to receive a payment from the Forest Carbon Partnership Facility (FCPF) for reducing carbon emissions.

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  • Mozambique removed from UK red list travel restrictions

    The British government on 7 October announced that from 11 October Mozambique will be removed from the red list of countries that have the highest level of Covid-19 travel restrictions.

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  • Only three cases of Covid-19 reported

    The Mozambican Health Ministry reported on 4 October that the number of positive cases of the Covid-19 respiratory disease identified in the previous 24 hours had fallen to just three.

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  • West International Holding to invest $800 million in Mozambique

    West International Holding (WIH), the Chinese majority shareholder in the “Dugongo” cement company operating in the Mozambican province of Maputo, has promised to invest $800 million to boost industrial development across the country.

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  • Tchumene junction eases traffic around Maputo

    The Tchumene junction, which links the EN4 motorway from South Africa to the Maputo Ring Road, was officially opened to traffic on 23 September. The junction which cost US$16 million has five access ramps to ensure the free flow of traffic from the outer Maputo suburb of Zimpeto to Matola and Moamba on the EN4 motorway.

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  • Inflation of 0.19 per cent in August

    The average level of prices in Mozambique rose by 0.19 per cent in August, according to the latest figures from the National Statistics Institute (INE). This is based on the consumer price indices for the three largest cities (Maputo, Nampula and Beira).

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