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  • Piped domestic gas expansion to cost US$470,000

    The Mozambican government intends to invest 30 million meticais (around US$470,000) to pipe cooking gas in several neighbourhoods of Maputo City including Coop, Munhuana and the 25th June neighbourhoods. Currently, work is underway so that by the end of the year at least 200 families will have the gas piped into their homes.

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  • President Nyusi inaugurates electrification of Macuse

    President Filipe Nyusi on 27 July inaugurated the connection to the national electricity grid of the Macuse administrative post in Namacurra district, in the central province of Zambezia.

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  • Security Council: Mozambique will strengthen promotion of peace

    Mozambican Foreign Minister Verónica Macamo has stated that Mozambique, as a newly elected non-permanent member of the United Nations Security Council, will contribute to the maintenance and promotion of peace in Africa and the world in general.

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  • Mozambique elected to UN Security Council

    The United Nations General Assembly on 9 June elected Mozambique to the Security Council, as a non-permanent member.

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  • Norway donates $3.1 million to protect women and children

    The government of Norway has donated $3.1 million to the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) to safeguard the health and protection needs of conflict-affected women and girls in northern Mozambique.

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  • ADB to act as advisor for Mphanda Nkuwa

    The African Development Bank (ADB) on 24 May signed an agreement with the Mphanda Nkuwa Implementation Office under which it will act as advisor for the development of the hydroelectric dam at Mphanda Nkuwa, on the Zambezi River about 60 kilometres downstream from the existing dam at Cahora Bassa in western Mozambique.

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  • Bank Of Mozambique holds interest rates steady

    The Monetary Policy Committee of the Bank of Mozambique (CPMO), meeting in Maputo on 19 May, decided to leave the bank’s reference interest rate unchanged.

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  • World Bank will provide US$300 million

    The World Bank could disburse, by June, US$300 million in support for the Mozambican state budget.

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  • IMF approves US$456 million credit for Mozambique

    The Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on 9 May approved a three-year agreement with Mozambique that will make available US$456 million for the country, of which US$91 million will be available immediately.

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