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Mozambique

SVI armouring trains for Mozambique

SVI Engineering is in the process of manufacturing and fitting armour protection to over 100 Mozambican locomotives after a spate of attacks against the vehicles.

Mozambique peace deal by November

Mozambican opposition Renamo leader, Afonso Dhlakama, said he would sign a peace deal with government by early November in a bid to end almost three years of sporadic violence.

Mozambique president meets opposition leader

Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi and opposition leader Afonso Dhlakama met at the weekend for the first time since 2015, raising hopes of an end to violence following a disputed election three years ago.

Feature: Protecting South Africa’s vital external interests

South Africa has external interests that are important or vital to the economy, some vulnerable to disruption and requiring protection commensurate with risk and threat levels that may arise in the future.

ISS: AU summit 29 - Why are some crises not on the agenda?

While the situations in South Sudan, Somalia and the Lake Chad Basin dominate the agenda of the African Union (AU), other crises seem to have been forgotten by the AU. In fact, no one seems willing to label them as such.

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