Hundreds of Mozambicans flee to Malawi

2015-07-27 21:04

Hundreds of Mozambicans have fled to Malawi to escape fighting between the Frelimo government and Renamo forces.

Niassa lions benefit from elephant poaching

2015-07-09 18:07

An expert says severe elephant poaching in a Mozambique park has provided lions with plenty to eat.

Mozambique to destroy seized ivory, rhino horn

2015-07-04 22:05

A New York-based conservation group says Mozambique plans to destroy more than one ton of confiscated ivory as well as 53 rhino horns to show its resolve in the fight against poaching.

Mozambique on strong growth path, says IMF

2015-07-03 19:50

The IMF has lauded Mozambique for its low inflation and strong economic growth, saying the country is on a strong growth path helped by robust investments.

Mozambique scraps colonial-era homosexuality ban

2015-06-29 14:05

Mozambique has decriminalised homosexuality after a new penal code came into force that swept away old Portuguese colonial laws, in a victory for campaigners for gay rights in Africa.

Minister defends Mugabe's endless trips abroad

2015-06-25 16:04

Zimbabwe’s Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa has reportedly defended President Mugabe’s numerous trips abroad, saying he was a “diligent person discharging his duties as head of African regional blocs.

Mozambique renegotiating $850m tuna bond

2015-06-22 14:30

Mozambique is renegotiating the terms of a controversial $850m bond issued in 2013 to build a state tuna-fishing fleet and bolster maritime security.

Mozambique marks massacre ahead of independence anniversary

2015-06-17 17:47

Ahead of 40th independence anniversary celebrations next week, Mozambique has marked the 1960 Muenda massacre when up to 600 protesters were gunned down by Portuguese troops.

Vet moved to tears by rhino Hope's suffering

2015-06-09 19:05

As veterinarians tended to the gaping wound where a large portion of 4-year-old rhino Hope's face was severed by poachers, one vet was so distressed by the animal's suffering, that he stepped away briefly, his eyes glassy with tears.

Stolen rhino horns replaced with replicas

2015-05-27 21:29

Mozambican police have revealed that some of the rhino horns seized in what has been described as the biggest bust in the country, were replaced with replicas while being kept in a strong-room.


World Bank funds sport hunting to 'preserve wildlife'

2015-07-14 13:00

The World Bank has allocated $700 000 to bolster trophy hunting of elephants and lions in Mozambique as a way to preserve wildlife.

Mozambique burns seized ivory, rhino horn

2015-07-06 19:44

Mozambique has burned 2.5 tons of seized ivory and rhino horn as part of a campaign to end an illicit trade that is fuelling a wave of big animal poaching.

Mixed reaction to scrapping of anti-gay law in Mozambique

2015-07-03 20:24

Mozambicans have reacted with caution, celebration and rejection to the recent scrapping of a colonial anti-gay law.

‘We have to understand how rhino-poaching syndicates operate’

2015-06-30 14:30

Mozambican conservationists have targeted syndicates poaching in SA and try to provide alternatives to crime.

Mozambique turns 40, high on gas prospects

2015-06-25 20:31

Mozambique has turned 40 mixing formal military parades with exuberant African dancing as it turned from a generation of civil war and poverty to look to a more prosperous future.

Mugabe to speak at Mozambique's independence celebrations

2015-06-25 12:51

Mozambique is celebrating 40 years of independence at Machaba stadium in Maputo, with African Union chair Robert Mugabe expected to give a speech.

DNA sleuthing pinpoints two African elephant poaching hot spots

2015-06-19 08:05

DNA testing on tons of ivory seized from traffickers has identified two elephant poaching "hot spots" in Africa.

Mozambique cops cashing in on poaching

2015-06-11 16:26

Authorities in Mozambique have arrested five police officers for colluding with a poacher in the illegal sale of a rhino horn.

Elephant numbers plunge in Mozambique

2015-05-28 14:35

Conservationists say the elephant population in Mozambique has dropped nearly 50% in the last five years because of poaching, but cite good news from Uganda, where the elephant population is increasing.

Rhino horns seized in Mozambique's 'biggest bust' stolen

2015-05-26 22:45

Sixty-five rhino horns that were seized in an operation heralded as "Mozambique's biggest breakthrough in the war on illegal wildlife trafficking", have been stolen.

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