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Mozambique Seeks Bigger Stake in Anadarko, Eni Gas Fields

Mozambique ’s national oil company plans to increase its share in fields operated by Anadarko Petroleum Corp. (APC) and Eni SpA (ENI) as the country seeks a greater share of profit from the largest natural gas find in a decade.
Marracuene and Maputo, Mozambique, get natural gas distribution network

- 5 days ago @ macauhub.com.mo: The Gas Distribution Project of Maputo and Marracuene (PDGM), which is intended to supply natural gas to households and businesses in those areas, was inaugurated Thursday, according to Mozambican daily newspaper Notícias. A concession for ...

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Mozambique dining plan, car lifts rejected; Rock'n Fish rooftop deck OK'd

Mozambique's fleet of complimentary cars for transporting guests are shown parked at the restaurant in the lower parking lot. ( Don Leach, Coastline Pilot / September 3 , 2014 )

Mozambique: Ground-Breaking Audit Report On Criminal Justice System Launched

[OSISA]The Centre for Human Rights at Eduardo Mondlane University and the Mozambican Human Rights League, with support from the Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa (OSISA) and the Open Society Foundations Human Rights Initiative (HRI) last week launched the long-awaited audit report on the Mozambican criminal justice system.

Mozambique: Ground-Breaking Audit Report On Mozambican Criminal Justice

AllAfrica.com: Over 120 delegates from inter alia the Ministry of Justice, the Mozambique Prison Service, the Judiciary and civil society groups from across the country attended the seminar. In addition, Open Society Foundations partners from Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe ...

Sasol lets contract for Mozambique gas processing plant

Sasol Petroleum International, the upstream unit of Sasol Ltd., has let a services-related contract to a subsidiary of Foster Wheeler's global engineering and construction group for an electrical expansion project at Sasol's gas processing plant in ...

An Army of Giant African Pouched Rats Are Clearing Mozambique's Minefields

VICE: Demining NGO Apopo recruits and trains local deminers from affected communities. All photos courtesy of Apopo. Land mines, unexploded artillery shells, and cluster munitions are every bit as effective during peacetime as they are during war. An ...

Mozambique and China Sign Beira Fishing Port Agreement

AllAfrica.com: He added that the rehabilitation of the Beira fishing port will stimulate the economy of central Mozambique, and particularly of Sofala province. When the work was complete, the port will handle 70,000 tonnes of fishery produce a year, he predicted.

Foreign Military Observers Arrive

AllAfrica.com: The head of the team of international military observers which will monitor the cessation of hostilities in Mozambique arrived in Maputo on 14 September, according to Agriculture Minister Jose Pacheco, head of the government delegation in the dialogue ...

Mozambique: CNE and EU Sign Memorandum on Observers

[AIM]Mozambique's National Elections Commission (CNE) and the European Union on 5 September signed a memorandum in Maputo establishing legal mechanisms for a mission of EU observers to come and witness the presidential, parliamentary and provincial elections scheduled for 15 October.

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SIX SUSPECTED POACHERS ON A VAST..

Mozambique logs a rare victory against poachers

Deseret News: The recent arrests of six suspected poachers on a vast wildlife reserve in Mozambique are seen by conservationist as rare good news in a country that long viewed as lacking the will and resources to stem the slaughter of elephants and other species ...

Mozambique: Scouts with little air support struggle to stop poachers in vast

Hamilton Spectator: JOHANNESBURG - The recent arrests of six suspected poachers on a vast wildlife reserve in Mozambique are seen by conservationist as rare good news in a country that long viewed as lacking the will and resources to stem the slaughter of elephants and ...

Mozambique Logs a Rare Victory Against Poachers

ABC News: The recent arrests of six suspected poachers on a vast wildlife reserve in Mozambique are seen by conservationists as rare good news in a country where elephants and other species are under extreme threat. The poaching ring had been operating in the ...

Mozambique logs a rare victory against poachers

JOHANNESBURG (AP) — The recent arrests of six suspected poachers on a vast wildlife reserve in Mozambique are seen by conservationists as rare good news in a country where elephants and other species are under extreme threat.

Mozambique: Scouts with little air support struggle to stop poachers in vast, remote park

The recent arrests of six suspected poachers on a vast wildlife reserve in Mozambique are seen by conservationists as rare good news in a country long seen as lacking the will and resources to stem the slaughter of elephants and other species under threat.

LENDING RATE UNCHANGED AT 8.25 PERCENT..

Mozambique leaves key lending rate unchanged at 8.25 percent

Reuters Africa: JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Mozambique's central bank left its key lending rate unchanged at 8.25 percent on Monday, noting risks to global economic growth but saying recent inflation data was conducive to its year-end inflation target of 6 percent.

Mozambique leaves key lending rate unchanged at 8.25 percent

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Mozambique's central bank left its key lending rate unchanged at 8.25 percent on Monday, noting risks to global economic growth but saying recent inflation data was conducive to its year-end inflation target of 6 percent.

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Minibuses On Strike in Beira

AllAfrica.com: Maputo — Operators of the privately owned minibuses (known as “chapas”) that provide much of Mozambique's urban passenger transport went on strike in the central city of Beira on Monday in protest against the fines imposed by the municipal police.

Thai PTTEP to Spend $1B for Mozambique Project in Next 5-6 Years

Rigzone: BANGKOK, Sept 15 (Reuters) - Thailand's top oil and gas explorer, PTT Exploration an Production Pcl, said on Monday it planned to spend up to $1 billion for a Mozambique project over the next five to six years starting from 2015. The project, which ...

Thai PTTEP to spend $1 bln for Mozambique project in next 5-6 years

Reuters Africa: BANGKOK, Sept 15 (Reuters) - Thailand's top oil and gas explorer, PTT Exploration an Production Pcl, said on Monday it planned to spend up to $1 billion for a Mozambique project over the next five to six years starting from 2015. The project, which ...

Mozambique: Minibuses On Strike in Beira

[AIM]Maputo -Operators of the privately owned minibuses (known as “chapas”) that provide much of Mozambique's urban passenger transport went on strike in the central city of Beira on Monday in protest against the fines imposed by the municipal police.

Thai PTTEP To Spend $1B for Mozambique Project In Next 5-6 Years

BANGKOK, Sept 15 (Reuters) - Thailand's top oil and gas explorer, PTT Exploration an Production Pcl, said on Monday it planned to spend up to $1 billion for a Mozambique project over the next ...

MILITARY OBSERVERS..

Foreign Military Observers Begin to Arrive

AllAfrica.com: Maputo — The head of the team of international military observers which will monitor the cessation of hostilities in Mozambique arrived in Maputo on Sunday, according to Agriculture Minister Jose Pacheco, head of the government delegation in the ...

Mozambique: Foreign Military Observers Arrive

[AIM]The head of the team of international military observers which will monitor the cessation of hostilities in Mozambique arrived in Maputo on 14 September, according to Agriculture Minister Jose Pacheco, head of the government delegation in the dialogue between the government and the opposition party Renamo.

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Rare Victory Against Poachers In Mozambique As Country Fights To Save Species

Huffington Post: Some 200 scouts supported by a spotter plane and intermittent helicopter flights work in Niassa, an area of 42,000 square kilometers (16,200 square miles) that is home to about two-thirds of Mozambique's elephants. Park managers have ruled out using ...

Mozambique logs rare victory against elephant poachers

CTV News: Some 200 scouts supported by a spotter plane and intermittent helicopter flights work in Niassa, an area of 42,000 square kilometres (16,200 square miles) that is home to about two-thirds of Mozambique's elephants. Park managers have ruled out using ...

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Poachers' arrests in Mozambique called a victory

Some 200 scouts supported by a spotter plane and intermittent helicopter flights work in Niassa, an area of 16,200 square miles that is home to about two-thirds of Mozambique's elephants. Park managers have ruled out using aerial drones as a form of ...

Six Elephant Poachers From a Notorious Ring Have Been Arrested in

RYOT: In this photo supplied by the Wildlife Conservation Society, (WCS) WCS members inspect the scene where a poached elephant lays dead in the Niassa Reserve, Mozambique. (Photo: AP/Wildlife Coversation Society International-Alastair Nelson).

Six Poachers Arrested Near Mozambique

The Epoch Times: A joint force of the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) and government authorities are in the midst of carrying out a series of raids against poachers in Mozambique aimed at halting the illegal killing of elephants in Niassa National Reserve, the ...

Mozambique Moves to Make Elephant Poachers an Endangered Species

TakePart: That admission came in a bid to obtain repatriation to Tanzania, where four of the alleged poachers are based, according to Alastair Nelson, director of the Wildlife Conservation Society Mozambique program, which comanages Niassa with the national ...

Mozambique Moves to Make Elephant Poachers an Endangered Species

The arrest of a deadly six-man poaching gang this past Sunday in Niassa National Reserve, on Mozambique’s border with Tanzania, could mark a turning point in the war on elephants for two African nations critical to the survival of the species.

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