Mozambique

July 11, 2022

Mozambique: Beira Minibus Drivers Go On Strike

The operators of the minibuses (known as "chapas") that provide much of the passenger transport in the central Mozambican city of Beira pulled their vehicles off the roads on Monday morning, demanding that new fares take effect immediately.
July 11, 2022

Mozambique: Trade Unions Denounce Government's Transport Plans

The main Mozambican trade union federation, the OTM (Mozambican Workers' Organisation), has denounced the government's plans for passenger transport, in unusually strong language.
July 11, 2022

Mozambique: Hundreds fear over preparations to close Hulene garbage dump

“That could be chaos on one hand. It could increase the level of prostitution, because we have a lot of ladies here and a lot of young women.. We also have a lot of young people. On the other hand, they could have access to free courses, it could be carpentry, metalworking, or mechanics.
July 10, 2022

West Africa – Democracy 'A Constant Process' Top UN Official Tells Security Council

As Mozambique looks to move on from its violent past, a UN-led programme is supporting efforts to reintegrate former combatants, and give them a chance to lead productive, peaceful lives in their communities.
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