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The Philippine Consulate in Mozambique is on alert in the event of a mass evacuation following the military takeover of neighboring Zimbabwe. Although the situation in the southern African nation is relatively calm at present, the consulate is still ready in case an evacuation becomes necessary, News To Go reported, citing Consul Donald Tulcidas. 67 more words


Mozambique Oil & Gas: Country still lacks national qualified staff for gas projects

As it prepares to start up its production project in the Rovuma basin, Italian multinational ENI has expressed misgivings over the lack of specialist Mozambican oil and gas technical personnel. 242 more words

Mozambique Oil And Gas Industry

Tell The Truth album

My album is actually done hey, now we’re just working on final details and you know what! I’m so excited to share this masterpiece with you guys. 222 more words

Addressing Climate Change: Why Forests Matter?


  • Over 100 countries included actions related to land-use change and forests in their nationally determined contributions to fight climate change

  • The World Bank is supporting countries in their efforts to harness the potential of forests to reduce poverty, better integrate forests into their economies, and protect and strengthen the environmental role they play…
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World Bank Group

Africa Oil & Gas: Wentworth Resources Relocating Head Office to London

Wentworth Resources Limited has announced that it is relocating its head office and executive management team from Calgary, Canada, to London, UK, as part of a ‘restructuring process’. 164 more words

Mozambique Oil And Gas Industry

Mozambique Logistics: Vale diverts its coal exports to Nacala-a-Velha terminal

Vale Mocambique SA, the largest coal exporter company at Beira Port, has decided to switch all its exports to Nacala-a-Velha leading to decline by more than half of mineral exports via central Mozambican port of Beira. 442 more words

Mozambique Mining Industry

A Map, an App and a Portuguese Phrase Book: Getting to Mozambique

Leaving Madagascar, our life was impacted by three biblical events – a plague, a flood and a tempest – within 24 hours. After braving two hours of traffic in Antananarivo, we arrived at the airport only to be told that our flight had been cancelled because of a suspected case in the Seychelles had been traced back to Madagascar’s outbreak so they were no longer allowing entry from Mada. 1,644 more words