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Population: 32.07m
GDP: $15.78bn
Debt: 102.6% of GDP (2023 forecast)

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The Cahora Bassa takeover

The great hydroelectric barrage at Cahora Bassa, on the Zambezi River, has a rated capacity of 2,075 megawatts, is one of Africa's largest dams and has been a centre of contention ...

Born again Stalinism

President Guebuza combines liberal economics with hard-line politics

Treading the boards at the World Economic Forum in Cape Town last week, President Armando Guebuza, impressed the delegates as a witty and thoroughly modern business-minded reformer...

Guebuza's day

Frelimo has won a huge but tarnished victory in this month's elections

The result was not quite what Mozambique's young, post-war generation would have hoped for. President-elect Armando Emilio Guebuza, poised to succeed Joaquim Chissano after the ele...

Man with a past

Armando Emilio Guebuza (61), from Nampula, was associated with the worst abuses of Frente de Libertação de Moçambique (Frelimo). As Interior Minister during th...

Tension at the top

Greatly strengthened by November's local elections (AC Vol 44 No 24), the Secretary General of Frente de Libertaçao de Moçambique (Frelimo), Armando Guebuza, is prepa...

Urban guerrillas

As it plots a path beyond President Joaquim Chissano's retirement at 2004's general elections, the ruling Frente de Libertação de Moçambique has emerged from N...

Guebuza blues

The prospect of a new president is forcing Frelimo's divisions to the surface

With the December 2004 elections now in sight and President Joaquim Chissano stepping down after 18 years in power, the long-running battle for power in the ruling Frente de Libert...

Who loses under Guebuza

Helder Muteia: the Minister of Agriculture. A Young Turk reformer, he naively accepted the mantle of the Chissano camp in the leadership contest where Guebuza decisively beat him. ...

A flood of mud

The President's son is not on trial but he's on the spot

The trial of those accused of killing crusading journalist Carlos Cardoso (AC Vol 41 No 24), broadcast live and likely to last at least until the New Year, is followed avidly throu...

Scot free

The escape from a 'maximum security' prison in Maputo of a man held for killing crusading editor Carlos Cardoso adds to suspicions that the government is concealing high level invo...

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