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Synonyms for Maputo

the capital and largest city of Mozambique

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Nyusi was quoted by Thursday's issue of the Maputo daily paper Noticias as saying that he was open to talk to Dhlakama.
Two decades on, the country is peaceful, and thanks to recent discoveries of gas and coal the country's capital, Maputo, is also modernising at startling speed.
Most visitors to Mozambique confine themselves to the upmarket coastal strip and downtown, but it is impossible to get a real sense of Maputo without spending at least half a day in Mafalala.
About the Study In the blinded, cross-sectional study, 827 HIV-exposed infants between one and 18 months of age were enrolled in four public primary health clinics in and around Maputo and Maputo Central Hospital, between February and September 2012.
We recently found an unexpectedly high level of RVFV activity in cattle in Namaacha District in Maputo Province (4), a region where there had been no recorded evidence of the virus since 1969 (1).
The SADC Council of Ministers are meeting in Maputo, Republic of Mozambique.
Top destinations on offer include New York, Singapore, London, Cairo, Tokyo, Johannesburg, Dubai and Madrid, together with recent route additions such as Maputo, Kilimanjaro and Perth.
Ethiopian 787 Dreamliner touches down in Maputo being the first outside Japan Ethiopian is the first airline in the world outside Japan to operate the most technologically advanced commercial aircraft.
Thrice-weekly flights will operate from Doha to Maputo, Mozambique's capital city, via Johannesburg.
African Conference on Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering (15th: 2011: Maputo, South Africa) Ed.
MAPUTO (TAP) - Tunisian judokas won four gold medals in the first-day judo tournament of the 2011 Maputo All-Africa Games, on Thursday, we learned from the Tunisian Judo Federation (FTJ).
The project will make use of the Maputo Corridor linking the Republic of South Africa and Mozambique to secure wood chips for use in paper manufacturing, whose demand is expected to increase even further.
Ian, who is regional manager of Southern Africa, took us on a tour of the capital Maputo to highlight the divide between rural and urban life in this country.
From 2003 to 2009 he was Marketing Director for the Port of Maputo which involved $70m of investment and a fourfold increase in turnover, establishing Maputo once again as one of the principal trade gateways on the East African coast.
Coupled with this, the agglomeration of these brands into shopping centres is rare, with the exception of four Shoprite centres in Maputo, Matola, Chimoio and Beira as well as the MBS Centre in downtown Maputo and a few smaller strip malls.