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Growing African mangrove forests aim to combat climate woes 
May 12, 2022
In a bid to protect coastal communities from climate change and encourage investment, African nations are increasingly turning to mangrove restoration projects, with Mozambique becoming the latest addition to the growing list of countries with large scale mangrove initiatives.  ... read more »
Basketball Africa League To Tip Off Historic Inaugural Season In May
March 29, 2021
Inaugural BAL Season Will Take Place May 16-30 in Kigali, Rwanda ... read more »
Oil Barons Bid Billions For Mozambican Oil While Storm Fatalities Spike
May 10, 2019
The back-to-back cyclones that have ravaged Mozambique are unprecedented in recorded history, the UN said Friday. As more villages are wiped away, a multi-billion dollar bidding war is heating up in foreign board rooms among multinationals eager to extract Mozambican oil. Top bid so far by Occidental Petroleum Corp has reached $57 billion. ... read more »
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Aid Slow to Come to the Rescue of Mozambicans Adrift Since Idai
March 29, 2019
Severe flooding produced by Idai’s strong winds and heavy rains caused the rivers Pungwe and Buzi to break their banks. In the district of Buzi, thousands clung for their lives on trees and rooftops, as their villages turned into an ocean. Even as the rains have subsided and the waters are receding, the risk of flooding remains, as dams upstream reach full capacity. ... read more »
African Critics See Dark Side to China’s ‘Charitable’ Loans
September 14, 2018
At the confab, with representatives from 53 of 54 African countries, sky-high numbers were bandied about. Chinese President Xi Jinping announced $60 billion in funds for eight initiatives over the next three years, in areas ranging from industrial promotion, infrastructure construction and scholarships for young Africans. ... read more »
Mozambique Takes the “Free” Out of Press Freedom, Imposing Hefty Fees on Media
August 24, 2018
Under a new government decree, local and foreign journalists must now pony up thousands of dollars for the right to report in this Southern African country. The little dribble of news about Mozambique in the foreign press could disappear altogether, ending press freedom at a crucial time. ... read more »
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