Cracks Form in Mozambique's Latest Push for Peace

Although Mozambique's government and the former rebel organisation, Renamo, finally signed a peace pact, the southern African country is haunted by a splinter group within Renamo which has threatened to use armed attacks to make the October 15 elections impossible. Meanwhile, despite the increased Defence and Security Forces presence in Cabo Delgado, insurgents in the province continue to carry out raids.

  • Mozambique:  Cracks Form in Latest Push for Peace

    The New Humanitarian, 3 September 2019

    A landmark peace accord to end decades of conflict in Mozambique is facing setbacks just a month after being signed, as splits form in the rebel-turned-opposition party that… Read more »

President Filipe Nyusi and Renamo leader Ossufo Momade (top left) Renamo Military Junta leader Mariano Nhongo (top right), Cabo Delgado (bottom left) and Renamo military Junta militia (bottom right).


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