Mozambique is a country particularly hard-hit by the HIV/AIDS epidemic. In fact, according to 2008 UNAIDS estimates, this southeast African nation has the 8th highest HIV rate in the world, it sees almost 900 youngsters infected per week. The country has the 3rd highest pediatric infestations in the world. To reduce HIV/AIDS within the country, Mozambique has partnered with numerous global organizations to provide...
A Trans African Concessions (TRAC) tem o prazer de anunciar que a grande obra de reabilitação e alargamento da Estrada Nacional número quatro (N4) entre o cruzamento do Shoprite da Matola e a Praça 16 de Junho, na cidade de Maputo (Secções 19 e 20) em Moçambique está praticamente concluída. Os principais trabalhos terminam no dia 18 de Junho,...
Passengers responsible for exceeding the capacity for passenger transport vehicles will be fined from August. In urban transport, fines for excess capacity are levied on the passenger in the amount of the cost of a ticket on the route for which the vehicle is licensed, and the passenger is required to disembark,” paragraph 4 of article 106 of the new...
Mozambican Muslims celebrated the Eid al-Fitr,feast marking the end of Ramadan in northern Mozambique, repudiating actions by armed groups who “use the mantle of Islam” to carry out atrocities. On the day that Muslims celebrate the end of the holy month of Ramadan, Fatima Momade, a Muslim living in the city of Pemba, sends a message of peace: “Civilisation is...
The announcement on Monday of events celebrating Mozambique’s National Administration of Conservation Areas’ eighth birthday on Saturday, June 1, formed the backdrop for the revelation that Niassa Special Reserve, the country’s largest, is also celebrating a milestone – a year without a single elephant dying at the hand of poachers. The ANAC noted in the statement a “significant reduction in...
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Mozambique chief of police says that armed attacks in the north of the country have been financed by illegal miners in response to authorities’ attempts to curb their activities. “‘Garimpeiros’ here in Montepuez are among those promoting unrest in some parts of Cabo Delgado. They are acting as ringleaders for the criminals who take precious stones, rubies and others,...
JOHANNESBURG, May 2 (Reuters) - Officials declared a cholera outbreak in northern Mozambique on Thursday, a week after cyclone winds, floods and heavy rains hit the area. Source: Newsdeck: Cholera outbreak declared in cyclone-hit northern Mozambique Cyclone Kenneth crashed into the province of Cabo Delgado on Thursday last week, flattening entire villages with winds of up to 280 kph (174 mph)...
NASA's AIRS Images Cyclone Kenneth over Mozambique Just weeks after Cyclone Idai left a path of destruction through Mozambique, Cyclone Kenneth is now battering the country in southeast Africa. It is likely the strongest storm on record to hit Mozambique, with wind speeds equivalent to a Category 4 hurricane at landfall. It is also the first time in recent history...
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