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Call to action for a green economy

Gas power to assist SA, Mozambique

Plans for a gas-fired power plant to supply electricity to South Africa and Mozambique for two years have been unveiled by UK-based power specialist Aggreko and South African investment company Shanduka.
Zuma calls for more SA

Zuma calls for more SA, Moz investment

President Jacob Zuma has called on South African and Mozambican companies to partner in investing and in sharing knowledge and expertise for the benefit of the people of both countries.

South African farmer helps Mozambican neighbours

A South African farmer is tackling the plight of his Mozambican counterparts, by working with an NGO to revive a disused coconut plantation and help generate work in the region.
New bridge to boost African trade

'Unprecedented' interest in Africa news

$1.7bn coal mining investment for Moz

Brazilian mining giant Vale has opened a new US$1.7-billion (R11.39-billion) coal mine in Mozambique - the largest single investment in the southern African country to date.

Building bridges in communities

The newly completed Zambezi Bridge in central Mozambique, the second-longest in Africa, has been both a feat of technical engineering and a valuable lesson in limiting the negative impact of huge infrastructure projects on vulnerable communities.

Brewery spreads African reach

South Africa-born multinational SABMiller, the world’s second-largest brewery, is to tap into an African market worth over US$3-billion by opening four new brewing plants in Mozambique, Tanzania, Sudan and Angola.  

African rats sniff out landmines

Fields of unexploded landmines in once war-torn African countries wreak havoc on both lives and economies, and are costly and difficult to defuse. Now a Belgian engineer has devised a quick, safe and low-tech method of demining these fields – using rats.


SA-Moz pipeline ‘ready by 2009’

The planned R4.2-billion liquid-fuels pipeline linking Mozambique and South Africa should be completed by the end of 2009, says public-private pipeline consortium Petroline.
SA citrus boost for Maputo port

Moz port to boost SA exports

A US$4-million expansion of the ferrochrome terminal at the port of Maputo in Mozambique is set to boost South Africa's exports of the alloy to over a million tons a year.
Parks that transcend borders

Africa’s ‘super-park’ takes shape

South Africa, Mozambique and Zimbabwe have opened a new border crossing as the project to create the world's biggest animal kingdom - a 35 000 square kilometre transfrontier park spanning all three countries - picks up momentum.


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