As global race for LNG intensifies, Tanzania, holder of East Africa’s biggest natural-gas reserves after Mozambique has completed its first draft of host government agreement, a first step, in sett
PANIC and fear gripped the Zambezi region after people felt the tremor from the earthquake that hit Botswana at around 19h40 on Monday night.
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Dozens of Spiny Devils have been captured by villagers in the Changara District, Tete province, where lack of food and access to clean water are already threatening the lives of many.
Neighbouring Mozambique last week identified three cases of cholera and has brought renewed fears of cholera outbreak among travelers, and some parts of the districts in the southern region of Mala
Maputo - More than 550 000 people were affected by Cyclone Dineo which struck the southern Mozambican province of Inhambane on 15 February.
According to the UN Country team, $10.2 million is required to reach 150,000 people with life-saving assistance and protection over the next three months.
An overview of the crisis
Maputo — Mozambican Prime Minister Carlos Agostinho do Rosario is making a two day working visit to the southern province of Inhambane to assess the damage done by cyclone Dineo which hit the provi
A tropical storm — named Dineo — has swept in from the Indian Ocean, causing extensive flooding as it made landfall in Mozambique. More damage is threatened as it swings south and west.
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