Mozambique: Rivals Commit to Regaining Peace

[CAJ News] The government of Mozambique is confident of a breakthrough in the ongoing talks to end renewed terror that has led to thousands fleeing to neighbouring countries. President Filipe Nyusi, is hopeful a deal will be concluded this week with the opposition Mozambique National Resistance (Renamo), whose insurgents have carried out some banditry following a contentious election outcome in 2014. Renamo claims Nyusi’s Mozambique Liberation Front (Frelimo) rigged the election.

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Mozambique: Brazilian Aircraft Firm Accused of Bribing Govt Officials

[AIM] US Assistant Attorney General Leslie R. Caldwell announced on Monday that the Brazilian aircraft manufacturer Embraer has agreed to pay a penalty of more than 107 million US dollars in connection with schemes involving the bribery of government officials in Mozambique, the Dominican Republic, and Saudi Arabia, and to pay millions more in falsely recorded payments in India via a sham agency agreement.

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Mozambique: Nyau – Pure and Mysterious African Culture

[Verdade]Just as it is in other continents, in Africa, dance binds itself to human life, accompanying people throughout life, especially those moments of happiness, harvest and birth. In certain cultures, people dance in times of sadness; commemorating a death, for example. However, some dances are characterized by mystifying traditions and purity of spirit, which safeguard the dances’ cultural preservation

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Mozambique: Catandica Residents Call for Guebuza-Dhlakama Meeting

[AIM]Maputo -Residents in the central Mozambican town of Catandica, capital of Barue district, on Thursday demanded that a date be fixed as soon as possible for the long awaited meeting between President Armando Guebuza, and Afonso Dhlakama, leader of the former rebel movement Renamo, in order to bring an end to the politico-military tensions in the country

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