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Chapas for Dummies or Top Tips for Shelving Shitty Chapa Shenanigans and Getting on the Boss Bus!

It’s taken me two long months but I can finally say ‘Up Your’s’ with confidence to all those expats and naysayers who predicted oh-so-confidently, that, once I had arrived in Mozambique and seen for myself, I would rather rub… 2,042 more words

Mozambique Oil & Gas: Natural gas extraction likely to begin in 2021

The beginning of the extraction of natural gas in the Area 1 block, northern Mozambique, where Indian companies have a combined stake of 30 percent, should only begin in 2021, which is later than initially planned, according to Indian newspaper the Economic Times. 261 more words

Mozambique Oil And Gas Industry

Drought Severely Affects Malawi and Zimbabwe

Severe food shortages in southern Africa worsening dramatically

Severe drought said to be related to El Nino weather pattern is affecting southern and eastern Africa. Drought follows extreme rain events and severe flooding that had previously inundated parts of the region… 454 more words

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Aluta Continua for Mozambique

Mozambique is usually referred to as one of Africa’s poorest countries. Ironically, it is one of its richest. Nature certainly smiled on the country when an estimated 277 trillion metric cubes of gas deposits and mineral coal with reserves estimated at 20 billion tonnes were discovered.  538 more words


Mozambique Oil & Gas: Rush to service natural gas projects leads to sovereign default

Mozambique Asset Management, the state-backed company from Mozambique will default on a $535 million loan to build new shipyards to service the country’s budding offshore natural gas industry. 160 more words

Mozambique Oil And Gas Industry

Malawi eyeing several interconnectors to solve power woes - Mining & Trade Review (May 2016)

The piece “Malawi eyeing several interconnectors to solve power woes” featured below was initially published in Malawi’s Mining & Trade Review Issue Number 37 that is circulating this May 2016. 638 more words

Malawian Government

Rhinos, Horns, and Compounding Complications

I was working this morning when a story about the legalization of the rhino horn trade in South Africa drifted across my computer screen. The South African Supreme Court yesterday struck down a ban on domestic sales of rhinoceros horns. 861 more words