Escrito por Special Correspondent   
Terça, 05 Março 2019 11:41

In mid-February, Ndambi Guebuza, the son of a former president of Mozambique, was arrested for alleged links to a $2 billion government debt scandal. It followed the arrest in January in New York of Jean Boustani, a Lebanese national. Also arrested that same month in London were three Credit Suisse bankers, Andrew Pearse, Surjan Singh and Detelina Subeva, of New Zealand, British and Bulgarian nationality respectively. In late December, Mozambique’s former finance minister Manuel Chang was arrested in South Africa.

Actualizado em Terça, 05 Março 2019 15:04
Escrito por Adérito Caldeira   
Terça, 09 Outubro 2018 08:00

Foto de Adérito CaldeiraThe fee for issuing or renewing a biometric driving license in Mozambique will be increased by 500%. Other services provided by INATTER will also be subject to exorbitant increases this week, such as the issuing of a vehicle registration certificates [‘livrete’], which will go up to 1,850 meticais, and driving tests, which will be taxed at 2,185 meticais.

Escrito por Adérito Caldeira   
Sexta, 18 Maio 2018 07:39

Foto de Adrien BarbierThe unanimity of Renamo’s National Commission in the election of Ossufo Momade to temporarily lead the largest opposition party in Mozambique seems to indicate that this veteran soldier and politician, a Muslim hailing from the largest constituency in Mozambique, could be the successor to Afonso Dhlakama, whose confidence he had.

Actualizado em Sexta, 18 Maio 2018 15:27
Escrito por Adérito Caldeira   
Terça, 03 Abril 2018 16:56

The Minister of Economy and Finance, Adriano Maleiane, clarified on Monday (12) to A Verdade that the government had not reached any agreement with Russia’s Vnesh Torg Bank (VTB) regarding debts of more than 1 billion US dollars illegally contracted by Proinducus, EMATUM and MAM.

Escrito por AIM   
Terça, 11 Outubro 2016 17:38

@VerdadeThe independent Mozambican website “A Verdade” has confirmed that the person who signed the government guarantees for over two billion US dollars worth of loans for the quasi public companies EMATUM (Mozambique Tuna Company), Proindicus and MAM (Mozambique Asset Management) in 2013 and 2014 was the then Finance Minister, Manuel Chang.

Terça, 26 Julho 2016 09:56

@VerdadeWhen Mozambique’s civil war ended in1992, outside money began to trickle in. Foreign investors eyed mines, game reserves, islands and oil and gas deposits. Now, international financiers have turned to a new opportunity: farmland, especially in northern Mozambique’s Nacala Corridor. More than 95 percent of Mozambique’s cultivated land is worked by millions of families that farm for food and income. But that land may be at stake if one of the largest agricultural development deals in Africa valued at $4.2 billion, the Lurio River Valley Development project - is realised with up to 100 000 people displaced. Details leaked from the Panama Papers database show the project in Mozambique being orchestrated behind a web of opaque offshore companies with little in the way of credible track records, financing information or even brick-and-mortar offices.

Actualizado em Quinta, 13 Setembro 2018 08:46
Escrito por Redação   
Quarta, 06 Abril 2016 17:00

As we face the challenges of the 21st century there is more that unites Africa and Europe than divides us. We share a common history of thousands of years. Today more than ever we need to work together to build our common future and to work jointly on the defining global issues of our age.

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