Govt to Translocate 2 000 Wild Animals to Mozambique
[The Herald] Zimbabwe has approved the translocation of 2 000 wild animals from Save Valley Conservancy in the Lowveld to a park in Mozambique as part of ongoing efforts to strengthen co-operation in the Great Limpopo Transfrontier park.
Govt Appeals for Refugee Assistance
[263Chat] Government has appealed to local and international stakeholders for assistance to help refugees in the country saying the Mozambican crisis has put a strain on the country's already stretched resources.
'Refugee Influx Puts Strain On State Resources'
[The Herald] Zimbabwe is currently hosting a total of 10 860 registered refugees and asylum seekers and the country's emergency response to the Mozambican crisis has put a strain on already stretched resources, Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa has said. The conflict in Mozambique has led to the influx of more than 6 000 asylum seekers in the eastern border area of Zimbabwe.
Nyusi Calls for Business Partnerships With U.S. Companies
[AIM] Washington, DC -President Filipe Nyusi on Tuesday urged Mozambican business people to rise to the challenge of demonstrating the potential of Mozambique on the United States market, in order to establish sustainable partnerships with American companies.
Nyusi At U.S.-Africa Business Summit
[AIM] Washington, DC - Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi declared in Washington on Wednesday that Mozambique "is back on the path to economic growth and development", showing clear signs of overcoming the obstacles it has faced recently.
Anadarko LNG Project "On The Right Path", Says Nyusi
[AIM] Washington, DC -Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi said in Washington on Thursday that the liquefied natural gas project undertaken by a consortium headed by the American company Anadarko in the Rovuma Basin, off the coast of the northern province of Cabo Delgado, is on the right path, and by the end of the year key decisions should be taken so that the consortium can advance with financing an implementation.
China to Increase Support in Training of Mozambican Youths
[Focac] Maputo -Chinese Ambassador to Mozambique Sun Jian said Monday that China will increase its support in the training of Mozambican youths, providing scholarships for more than 100 Mozambican students to study in Chinese universities in 2017.
Largest Ever Wildlife Relocation Project to Resettle 7,500 Animals
[News24Wire] Trailed by great clouds of dust, a massive convoy of noisy diesel trucks rumbles out of Zimbabwe this week starting on Monday to begin one of Africa's largest-ever wildlife relocation projects.
Poverty, Witchcraft Make Mozambique Risky for Bald Men
[VOA] Last week, police in Mozambique warned bald men in the country to be vigilant, after at least two such men were killed for the use of their body parts in witchcraft rituals.
Mozambicans Embrace Bond Notes, Trade Them in Black Market
[New Zimbabwe] As Zimbabwe continues to grapple with cash shortages with banks limiting daily withdrawals to as little as $80 per week, bond notes have flooded the Mozambican markets.
'Traditional Healers' May Be Behind Killings of Bald People
[AIM] Maputo -The Mozambican police on Tuesday raised the possibility that "traditional healers" (the polite term which often includes sorcerers and witch-doctors) may be involved in the recent murder of bald people, in the central province of Zambezia, apparently to extract their body parts.
Nyusi Concerned About Thefts From Trains
[AIM] Maputo -Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi on Wednesday expressed concern at the frequent thefts suffered by goods trains in the region of Entre-Lagos, on the border between Mozambique and Malawi.
Attorney-General Wants to Stamp Out Inatter Corruption
[AIM] Maputo -Mozambican Attorney-General Beatriz Buchili on Tuesday demanded a tougher stance against corruption from the National Overland Transport Institute (INATTER), the boy that is responsible for issuing driving licences.
Army Officers in the Dock
[AIM] Maputo -The trial began on Tuesday, before the Maputo City Court, of four military officers and five civilians, charged with stealing 36 million meticais from the accounts of the Army Command over a six year period (2010-2015).
Nyusi Lays First Stone On Cuamba-Lichinga Road
[AIM] Maputo -Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi declared on Tuesday that a tarred road between the two main cities in the northern province of Niassa, Cuamba and Lichinga, was no longer a dream but is becoming a reality.
Govt Bans Poultry Imports From Zimbabwe
[AIM] Maputo -The Mozambican government has banned the import of all birds and their derivatives from Zimbabwe, following an outbreak of avian flu in that country.
Surveillance Cameras in Fight Against Theft of Medicines
[AIM] Maputo -The Health Directorate in the central Mozambican province of Manica is working to strengthen security systems to end the thefts of drugs from medical stores of the National Health Service.
Governor Calls for Action Against Theft of Medicines
[AIM] Maputo -The governor of Maputo city, Iolanda Cintura, on Wednesday demanded vigorous action for an implacable struggle against the sale of medicines stolen from the Mozambican National Health Service in the sprawling informal markets of the capital.
Fines for Traffic Offences Mostly Unpaid
[AIM] Maputo -The Mozambican police only collect a small minority of the fines issued by traffic police for a variety of motoring offences.
Niassa Maize Sold in Malawi and Tanzania
[AIM] Maputo -Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi on Monday expressed displeasure at the fact that farmers in the northernmost province of Niassa are continuing to sell their surplus crops in Malawi and Tanzania, even while there are food shortages in other parts of Mozambique.