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The death of Mozambican opposition leader Alfonso Dhlakama could affect the progress made to end hostilities in the country, writes The Conversation.
Forensic investigators have concluded their audit into secret loans worth $2bn the Mozambican government secured that prompted an IMF and World Bank aid cutoff, the government has said.
At least 10 000 people have fled Mozambique and sought refuge in Malawi, testifying to attacks perpetrated mostly by government soldiers, writes Justin Pearce.
Observers for the southern African regional block have declared Mozambique’s national elections free and fair, a day after the main opposition Renamo party rejected provisional results.
Mozambicans have started voting in an election seen as a test for peace following a deal between the government and the armed opposition party Renamo to end a two-year insurgency.
Mozambique’s former rebel leader Afonso Dhlakama is pulling huge crowds on his presidential election campaign, to the surprise of observers who wrote him off after his long exile in the bush.
President Jacob Zuma has welcomed the signing of a peace agreement between Mozambican President Armando Guebuza and Renamo.
Botswana is set to lead a team of 23 foreign military observers who will monitor the implementation of the peace accord between Renamo and ruling Frelimo in Mozambique ahead of a crucial election.
Mozambique opposition Renamo leader Afonso Dhlakama will come out of hiding and return to the capital Maputo for face-to-face talks with the country’s president, his spokesperson says.
A peace deal signed by the Mozambican government and the armed political party Renamo is allowing people who had fled fighting to return home.
Several African dignitaries are in Botswana for the memorial and funeral service of former president Sir Ketumile Masire, who died in hospital last week at the age of 91, a report says.
Former Mozambican president Armando Guebuza's daughter Valentina Guebuza has reportedly been shot dead by her husband, Zófimo Muiuane, in Maputo.
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.
Mozambique’s ruling party Frelimo appears headed for a strong victory in presidential elections as a vote count gets under way.
Mozambicans are about to vote in elections which could hold the key to war or peace following an agreement signed by the government and the armed opposition party Renamo in August.
Mozambique's president has returned a luxury Mercedes-Benz given to him by a business association.
The Mozambican parliament has ratified a peace deal aimed at ending nearly two years of low-level warfare between the government and Renamo.
The leader of Mozambique's armed opposition party Renamo has come out of hiding in order to contest the 15 October elections.
Mozambique President Armando Guebuza and his rival Afonso Dhlakama are set to meet face-to-face this week to cement a peace deal aimed at ending two years of hostilities and clear the way for elections.
Mozambique's Frelimo government and the Renamo main opposition party have signed a formal end to hostilities.
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