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Rhino bush war a losing battle

2014-04-20 08:45

Soldiers and game rangers waging a bloody war along the border of the Kruger National Park and Mozambique are fast losing their battle as they struggle to save our rhino, according to a report.

SA, Mozambique reach deal to fight rhino poaching

2014-04-18 05:30

South Africa has signed an anti-poaching agreement with Mozambique, a major transit route for rhino horn trafficked to Asia.

Mozambique's inflation quickens

2014-04-04 14:43

Mozambique's consumer inflation has quickened year-on-year in March, data from the statistics agency shows.

Zambia moves swiftly to save Kariba Dam

2014-03-24 08:51

The Zambian government has reportedly moved swiftly to try and mobilise funds to help prevent the imminent collapse of the Kariba Dam.

3.5m in danger as Kariba Dam 'faces collapse'

2014-03-20 12:49
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At least 3.5 million people in Zimbabwe, Malawi, Mozambique and Zambia are reportedly in danger, after revelations that the Kariba Dam wall has developed “serious structural weaknesses”.

Moz rejects 'sex-for-soap' claims by SA inmates

2014-03-12 14:58

Mozambican prison authorities have dismissed claims that guards were sexually exploiting female SA prisoners in exchange for basics, such as soap.

Govt 'concerned' about SA prisoners in Moz

2014-03-10 10:17

The international relations department says it will follow up with Mozambican authorities after reports emerged that SA female prisoners in the country are being sexually abused.

Mozambique opposition wants foreign mediation

2014-03-06 20:53

Renamo has revived its demand for foreign mediation of ongoing talks with the government aimed at ending renewed hostilities between the two old foes.

4 Moz cops killed by suspected ex-rebels

2014-03-04 17:06

Suspected members of Mozambique's ex-rebel movement turned opposition Renamo killed four policemen and wounded five others at the weekend, a report says.

300 000+ face famine in Mozambique

2014-03-03 16:07

Mozambique agriculture minister Jose Pacheco says more than 300 000 people in the southern African state face famine this year.

Moz's ruling party meets to pick next leader

2014-02-28 07:48

Mozambique’s ruling party has gathered to pick a new leader, likely the country’s next president, amid signs incumbent Armando Guebuza may struggle to impose his candidate of choice.

Moz makes election reforms to end violence

2014-02-22 16:24

Mozambican lawmakers have voted to reform the body that will oversee upcoming presidential elections, in a bid to end violent skirmishes with a revived rebel movement that have destabilised the country.

BMW's next X5 for SA

2014-02-06 07:27

BMW storms into the lead in the SA family 4x4 business with its third-generation X5.

Zim woman held for 'drug smuggling' in India

2014-02-04 13:01

A Zimbabwean woman has reportedly been arrested at Indira Gandhi International Airport in India as she allegedly tried to smuggle narcotics worth about $96 000.

Rwandan ex-spy murder suspects may be in Moz

2014-01-16 10:38

Mozambican police say they are investigating the possibility that suspects in the murder of Rwanda’s former intelligence chief are in the country.

Moz unrest did not deter holidaymakers

2014-01-15 09:00

Some guest house owners in Mozambique said they were fully booked for the December holidays despite media reports about violence and kidnappings in the country.

Japan PM eyes Mozambique energy sector

2014-01-13 07:02

Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who is on his first visit to Africa, has pledged to boost ties with resource-rich Mozambique, signing a raft of agreements on key sectors including energy.

Mozambican workers go on strike

2014-01-08 19:47

More than 200 Mozambican construction workers have downed tools in protest at alleged beatings by their Chinese employers.

Hawks deny arrests in Karegeya case

2014-01-08 12:54

The Hawks have refuted reports that arrests have been made in connection with the murder of Rwanda's former spy chief Patrick Karegeya, saying the case is at a sensitive stage.

Mozambique clash leaves at least 2 dead

2014-01-08 07:47

At least two gunmen linked to Mozambique's main opposition party Renamo have been killed in an exchange of fire with government forces in the small town of Pembe.

 

Moz rebels inch toward deal on joining army

2014-04-18 10:03

Mozambican rebel group Renamo says it has reached an understanding with the govt to integrate its fighters into the national army and police.

Travellers warned of delays on N4 during Easter

2014-04-10 12:30

Extremely high traffic volumes on the N4, starting in Pretoria and ending in Maputo Mozambique, are expected to be made worse by roadwork stop/go routes during the Easter period.

Unrest threatens Moz demining target

2014-04-01 07:46

Mozambique will likely miss a deadline to rid the country of landmines laid during the bloody civil war due to skirmishes between the army and former rebels, an official says.

Pressure on Moz over anti-rhino poaching approach

2014-03-23 22:11

Mozambique could face a ban on the trade in wildlife products after failing to meet a year-long deadline to submit a report to Cites, urgently outlining measures to curb the escalating rhino poaching crisis.

Foreign observers to monitor Mozambique talks

2014-03-18 21:10

Mozambique's government has accepted a demand by the opposition Renamo for foreign observers to monitor talks aimed at ending clashes that have destabilised the country.

Mozambique hit by flooding, evacuation called

2014-03-10 18:10

Flooding has struck parts of southern Mozambique prompting authorities to call on people to evacuate low lying areas.

SA prisoners 'used as sex slaves'

2014-03-09 09:13
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At least 12 local women are being treated as sex slaves in a Mozambique prison while the South African government reportedly does nothing to protect them, say reports.

Mozambique braces for more flooding

2014-03-07 20:55

Mozambique is bracing for further flooding in the central and southern parts of the country.

Moz forces accused of attacks on Renamo

2014-03-06 17:27

Mozambique’s main opposition party and former rebel movement, Renamo, has accused government forces of attacking its positions in the central province of Sofala.

Frelimo, Renamo see need for peace

2014-03-03 21:16

The Mozambican government and the main opposition agree on the need to end fighting.

Frelimo picks presidential candidate

2014-03-02 09:29

Mozambique's ruling Frelimo party picked Filipe Nyussi as its presidential candidate ahead of October polls.

Mozambique: 2 000 civilians flee across border

2014-02-27 19:31

Media in Mozambique say about 2 000 people have fled into Malawi because of reports that gunmen from a former rebel movement were operating in the province.

PIC eyes investment in Mozambique

2014-02-21 10:18

The Public investment Corporation is seeking to work with Mozambican state shares-management agency Igepe to explore various investment opportunities.

BMW's X5 meisterwagens storm Moz

2014-02-06 07:17

BMW has moved firmly into the lead in the SA family 4x4 business with its third-generation X5 “sport activity vehicle” - BMW-speak for luxury SUV. LES STEPHENSON drove three to Mozambique.

Talks to end Mozambique skirmishes resume

2014-01-28 05:30

Mozambique's Frelimo-led government and the main opposition party, Renamo, have resumed stalled talks, amid deepening military tensions between the two sides.

Unrest no deterrent for Mozambican tourists

2014-01-15 09:21

Owners say some guest house owners in Mozambique were fully booked for the December holidays, despite media reports about violence.

Japan loans Mozambique $672m

2014-01-13 19:00

Japan, anxious to access Mozambique's vast mineral resources, has offered to lend the country $672m to help boost its economy.

Moz denies Rwandan spy murder arrests

2014-01-09 11:35

Mozambican authorities have denied reports that they arrested Rwandans suspected of killing former Rwandan spy chief Patrick Karegeya, a report says.

Moz cops question Rwandan about spy chief

2014-01-08 17:47

Mozambican police have questioned a Rwandan military officer in connection with the spymaster's killing.

3 held for Rwandan spy chief's murder - report

2014-01-08 09:56

Three Rwandan nationals have been arrested at a hotel in Maputo for the murder of former Rwandan intelligence head Patrick Karegeya, according to a report - which was later refuted by the Hawks.

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