ANALYSIS | Fighting terrorism in Mozambique will need stern leadership, and SA can't help

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The town of Palma in Mozambique is said to be deserted.
The town of Palma in Mozambique is said to be deserted.
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For much of last year, petroleum giant Total and Mozambique celebrated a memorandum of understanding for liquified natural gas (LNG) operations off the coast of the southern African country, which had the potential to yield benefits for the company, the country and the region.

In August, the agreement was inked and with it came the promise of manifold benefits for the economy and the people of Mozambique.

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