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  • Restrictive measures in place to avoid third wave of pandemic

    The deputy general director of Mozambique’s National Health Institute (INS), Eduardo Samo Gudo, on 6 April said the government’s decision to keep in force all the restrictive measures imposed to halt the spread of the Covid-19 respiratory disease was the prudent course to take.

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  • Japan suspends Mozambique's debt service

    The Japanese government has suspended the servicing of Mozambique’s debt to Japan, amounting to 92 million meticais (about US$1.3 million).

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  • Fisheries ministry to collect over US$6 million in revenue

    Mozambique’s Ministry of the Sea, Inland Waters and Fisheries (MIMAIP) plans to collect 425 million meticais (over US$6 million) in revenue during the 2021 fishing campaign, which was recently opened across the country.

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  • Matsangaissa Junior surrenders to security forces

    André Matsangaíssa Junior, one of the key figures in the dissident Renamo Military Junta, has surrendered to the Mozambican defence and security forces.

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  • Sweden finances access to contraception and safe abortion

    The Swedish Embassy in Maputo announced on 1 March that it is providing additional funds of slightly more than a million US dollars to a project on expanding access by women and girls to safe abortion and to contraceptive care in the Mozambican provinces of Nampula and Zambezia.

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  • Health Ministry prepares for vaccination programme

    The Mozambican Ministry of Health needs a further ten days to complete its preparations for vaccinating health professionals against the Covid-19 respiratory disease, according to Health Minister Armindo Tiago.

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  • President Nyusi calls for implacable fight against terrorists

    Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi on 15 January urged the Mozambican forces fighting against terrorism in the northern province of Cabo Delgado to act in a hard-hitting manner, so as to discourage foreigners from coming to destabilize Mozambique.

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  • Another cyclone may hit Mozambique

    Another tropical cyclone has formed in the western Indian Ocean and might hit the central Mozambican coast in about a week’s time – although it must first pass over Madagascar.

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  • Sudden jump in number of Covid-19 deaths

    The number of deaths in Mozambique from the Covid-19 respiratory disease made a sudden jump on 16 January, when the health authorities reported 18 victims.

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