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Mozambique

Joaquim Alberto Chissano

Date of Birth: 22 October 1939
Place of Birth: Malehice, Chibuto district


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Brand new Zuma washes whiter

He also proposed that a contingent of Africa's elder statesmen such as Botswana's Quett Masire Mozambique's Joaquim Chissano and Tanzania's Benjamin Mkapa should visit Zimbabwe to urge the two sides to work together as in the troubled mediation efforts in post-election Kenya...


The peace deal that wasn't

The diplomats led by Tim Shortley Senior Advisor on Conflict to the United States’ Assistant Secretary of State Jendayi Frazer were furious that neither Riek Machar nor Joaquim Chissano the former Mozambican President who is now UN Special Envoy for the LRA had spoken to Kony since October last year...


The peace process teams

Mozambican former President Joaquim Chissano is the United Nations Special Envoy to the LRA-affected areas and the UN’s point of contact for the talks...


The sick man of the south

Now after Machel and his reforming successor Joaquim Chissano Guebuza is a leader with whom Mugabe can do business: a ruthless political boss with a wide portfolio of commercial interests and a strong sense of national sovereignty...


On the brink of a deal

The talks were mediated by Joaquim Chissano the former President of Mozambique who signed that country's 1992 peace deal and South Sudan's Vice-President Riek Machar Teny Dhurgon...


Higher level

Those are the formidable goals set for the ADB in a report launched in Tunis on 22 January by a high-level panel led by former President of Mozambique Joaquim Chissano; former Prime Minister of Canada Paul Martin; Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz; President of the West African Economic and Monetary Union Soumaila Cissé; and Uganda’s Central Bank Governor Emmanuel Tumusiime-Mutebile...


The Africa Forum

Muluzi long a friend to Mozambique's Frente de Libertação de Moçambique was commissioned to represent the Forum at the funeral of Nyimpine eldest son of Mozambican former President Joaquim Chissano...


The Mo Laureate

For those unable to bear the suspense we hear the frontrunner to be Mo's Laureate is Mozambique's former President Joaquim Chissano who left power in 2005 as criticism mounted against his government for adopting a 'deixa andar' ('let it walk') attitude towards corruption and human rights abuse (AC Vol 47 No 20)...


The clock turns back

Gone are the moderate consensual policies of ex-President Joaquim Chissano who negotiated an end to the civil war and oversaw the tough economic and political choices that underpinned 15 years of peace and growing prosperity...


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