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Virus fears as Mozambique conflict fuels overcrowding, hunger

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Three months ago, Sofia Bombina and her family of 11 had to flee their home on the Mozambique coast after their town was attacked...

EU assistance for Mozambique

The European Union granted Mozambique’s request for assistance in tackling attacks in the country’s north by rebels with links to Islamic State, the EU...

ISS: What peace in Cabo Delgado means for Mozambique and its...

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In its assessment of the liquid natural gas (LNG) projects in northern Mozambique, the African Development Bank (ADB) says the investment could fuel industrial...

Feature: Mozambique insurgency a result of years of marginalisation and discontent

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The violent revolt against the Mozambican government in the northern Cabo Delgado province has been brought on by local social, economic and political inequalities,...

Mozambique violence leaves 300 000 plus reliant on assistance

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An already precarious humanitarian situation added to increasing conflict has forced over 300 000 people from homes and villages in Mozambique’s Cabo Delgado province, according...

Insurgency in Mozambique threatens food security, says World Food Programme

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Worsening violence by militants with links to Islamic State in northern Mozambique are causing thousands to go hungry as they flee their homes and...

Mozambique condemns shooting of naked woman

Mozambique’s army condemned the apparent execution of a naked woman by men in military uniform, shown in video footage, where she is beaten with...

Atrocity allegations in Cabo Delgado denied

Mozambique denies accusations by rights group Amnesty International of soldiers committing atrocities, saying the acts were carried out by Islamist insurgents impersonating troops. Militants with...

Mozambique insurgency remains rooted in local discontent, for now

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In October 2017, insurgents in northern Mozambique’s Cabo Delgado province began a violent revolt against their government that continues today. The insurgency has left...

Defence committee to visit SA’s borders

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Parliament's Joint Standing Committee on Defence (JSCD) has committed to visiting South Africa’s borders to see first-hand areas of concern, after the head of...

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Question for Public Works and Infrastructure Minister uses defenceWeb information

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Public Works and Infrastructure Minister Patricia de Lille’s R37 million Beit Bridge fence upgrade as part of government efforts to prevent the spread of...