Archive for the ‘Mozambique’ Category

Exxon paga 350 milhões USD

23 March, 2017

por 25% do bloco de gás offshore da ENI.

The acquisition gives momentum to one of the world’s largest liquefied natural gas projects, and follows BP Plc’s October announcement that it will buy all production from Eni’s Coral South Floating LNG plant over a period of 20 years. The concession, where Eni discovered gas in 2011, includes both the Coral and Mamba gas fields, with reserves estimated at 85 trillion cubic feet. (source)


gold panners / garimpeiros em Moçambique

3 May, 2006

72 garimpeiros Zimbabweanos expulsos de Moçambique (província de Manica) (more…)

american interests in Mozambique

25 April, 2006

Artigo sobre interesses americanos em Moçambique, a propósito da visita de uma delegação empresarial norte-americana. In Portuguese.

In Macau Hub, April 24. 


legalized gold panning in Mozambique?

25 April, 2006

Este artigo é para mim. Ouro, tráfico e garimpagem (i)legal.

In All Africa, April 24: "Mozambique: Gold Prospectors to Be Legalised in Sofala" 


quem manda na terra em Moçambique?

25 April, 2006

Um artigo que volta a uma questão fundamental: quem manda na terra de Moçambique? Gestão de propriedade do solo em Moçambique.

Who's in charge of Mozambican lands? "Frelimo warns: mozambican land is state property"

Artigo de A União, 25 de Abril


Soccer is magic: Australia team & witchdoctor

20 April, 2006

Telegraph India (04/19/06):

Socceroos’ magical trek to finals
"The Australians had asked the witchdoctor to put a curse on their opponents but when they could not afford to pay him, he turned the curse on them.When Warren told the story to an Australian television comedian in 2004, the host agreed to go to back to Mozambique. The witchdoctor had died but he found another who said he could lift the curse."


Chapas return to work

20 April, 2006


The privately-owned minibus taxis, which provide much of Maputo's passenger transport, decided to resume their activities in the capital and the adjoining city of Matola as from Wednesday morning after a 24 hour strike on Tuesday.


immigrants from Zimbabwe accuse ill-treatment

20 April, 2006

Crossing the border for petty-business, these migrants / visitors accuse local Mozambican authorities of mistreatment and ill-conduct. Irregular imprisonments and sexual harassment are among the most common accusations.


Railway Nacala – Malawi back on track

20 April, 2006

"Rail traffic resumes in Mozambique's northern corridor"  

Maputo – Railway traffic between the northern Mozambican port of Nacala and landlocked Malawi has resumed, albeit two days later than expected, said railway officials.

The traffic had been suspended due to torrential rains on 9 March, which created a large crater between the stations of Malema and Nataleia, 421 km from Nacala. (more…)