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Population: 32.07m
GDP: $12.33 bn.
Debt: $12.01 bn.

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Chang's extradition to the US looms

Former Finance Minister Manuel Chang would rather be tried in the US than his own country, sources have told Africa Confidential

The United States and Mozambican governments have been fighting for the right to extradite former finance minister Manuel Chang from South Africa to face money-laundering and fraud...

Onshore war versus offshore gains

Cabo Delgado insurgents have lost key positions but look set for a long war, while Maputo pleads with the operators to get the LNG project restarted

Officials applaud operations by the Rwandan Defence Force (RDF) and Southern African Development Community (SADC) troops to clear roads and transport hubs in troubled Cabo Delgado ...

Nyusi schemes to stay on

The President is marshalling his political resources for a third term in office, starting with a battle for factional supremacy within the ruling party

President Filipe Nyusi hopes to yoke the ruling Frente de Libertação de Moçambique to his bid to change the constitution so he can have a third term of office....

Nyusi kicks to the long grass

President Filipe Nyusi is believed to be using delaying tactics to minimise disclosure of his role in Mozambique’s $2 billion hidden loans scheme as the ruling Frente de Libertação...

I spy a third term

President Filipe Nyusi has been handing out rewards, ahead of the ruling Frente de Libertaçao de Moçambique (Frelimo) party congress in September, to proven loyalists...

Nyusi tries to shake off the mud

The loans trial is over and an IMF deal is nearly final. The President wants a reset but he’ll need more than a ministerial reshuffle to clear the air

Now the proceedings against those charged with beggaring Mozambique's future by covertly borrowing US$2 billion are over, the main question is how far the public airing of the deep...

In debt to my colleague

The prosecution in the trial of 19 people accused of profiting from the $2 billion in hidden loans closed on 18 February with testimony from its most illustrious witness yet, ex-Pr...

The jihadists show staying power

A badly coordinated foreign intervention has made it easier for insurgents to keep fighting, and spread into new areas despite losing many recruits

The fighting between a regional alliance and Islamist rebels in the northernmost Cabo Delgado region of Mozambique looks far from over. In January, heads of state from the Southern...

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