Mozambique's Govt Offers 35,000 Houses For Youth
As part of a drive to address the housing deficit for the youth which is still a major concern in Mozambique, the government signed an agreement with a Chinese company, that will see 35,000 houses built for the youth and public officials throughout the country starting in June 2020. But as the southern African country will hold presidential, legislative and provincial elections on October 15 2019, Mozambicans wonder if the promise will be fulfilled.
A new peace deal was signed between the Frelimo government and its Renamo opponents on August 7, the third in the decades-long conflict between the two. While there was scarcely a ... Read more »
A long-term peace pledge has been signed by Mozambique's president and the leader of the opposition Renamo party. The deal foresees disarmament and ex-rebels taking part in ... Read more »
The manipulation of the registration process could give the ruling Frelimo candidate Filipe Nyusi up to 370,000 extra votes - 6% of the expected total vote on October 15 - ... Read more »
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