April 14

April 13

  • Tail of Plane Hits OR Tambo Tarmac


    The tail of a Bombardier Q400 aircraft belonging to the Mozambican airline (LAM) made contact with the runway during its landing at OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg,... Read more »

  • Swazi Police Arrest Mozambicans on Way to Registration


    The Swazi police have arrested Mozambicans who were allegedly in Swaziland illegally, while they were on their way to register as voters, according to a report in Saturday's issue... Read more »

  • Nacaroa Electricity Inaugurated


    Mozambican President Armando Guebuza on Saturday inaugurated the expansion of the country's electricity grid, based on the Cahora Bassa dam on the Zambezi, to Nacaroa district, in... Read more »

  • Guebuza Inaugurates Namialo-Lurio Road


    Mozambican President Armando Guebuza on Saturday inaugurated the rebuilt stretch of the main south-south highway between the town of Namialo, in the northern province of Nampula,... Read more »

April 12

April 11

  • Air Companies Still On EU Black List


    The European Commission on Wednesday updated the list of airlines banned from flying in European Union airspace - and kept all 17 Mozambican air companies, including the national... Read more »

  • Guebuza Urges Renamo to Lay Down Its Weapons


    Mozambican President Armando Guebuza on Thursday challenged the gunmen of the former rebel movement Renamo to cease their armed attacks, and to exchange their weapons for hoes, so... Read more »

  • Report On Corruption to Go Before Govt


    Mozambique's Minister for the Public Service, Vitoria Diogo, announced on Thursday that next week the full Council of Ministers (Cabinet) will analyse a report on state employees... Read more »

  • STAE Deputy Directors Sworn Into Office


    Six senior officials of Mozambique's Electoral Administration Technical Secretariat (STAE), all appointed by political parties, took office in Maputo on Friday. Read more »

  • Govt Will Not Attain Education Millennium Goals


    The Mozambican Ministry of Education has admitted that the country will not attain the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) for education by the cut-off date of next year. Read more »

  • Rapists Go Unpunished As Parliament Does Not Review the Penal Code in Mozambique


    While the Mozambican government treats rape as a petty crime with no urgency for seeking a solution and while the Assembly of the Republic approves a proposed Penal Code fraught... Read more »

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