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The President made the comments yesterday as he witnessed the signing of the Peace and Reconciliation Agreement between the Government of Mozambique and the Mozambican National Resistance (RENAMO).
It further helps to encourage Malawians and Mozambicans in South Africa engage in the initiative and return to their places of origin and rebuild their lives with their families, and help their communities grow, said Armando Pedro Muiuane Junior, National Director of the National Institute of Mozambicans Abroad.
figure By PSCU class="MsoNormalPresident Uhuru Kenyatta and his Mozambican counterpart, President Filipe Nyusi, on Wednesday evening challenged the private sector to exploit the huge trade potential that exists between the two countries.
'I urge our Mozambican brothers and sisters to take advantage of this opportunity to invest in Kenya and trade with their brothers and sisters,' he said.
To address these challenges, as well as others the country faces, UNU-WIDER, the University of Copenhagen, the Mozambican Ministry of Economics and Finance, and the University Eduardo Mondlane are working on scaling up economics research ( to help guide policy and develop the capacity of economists and policy makers in the country.
On the other hand, we are also aware of the role that small and medium-sized enterprises will increasingly play in providing the logistics to support these projects and generating employment for Mozambicans, so we want to contribute to their growth as well.
While foreign investors are gambling on the economic boom narrative, many Mozambicans aren't buying it--and have punished Frelimo accordingly.
MAPUTO (CyHAN)- Mozambican President Armando Guebuza and Afonso Dhlakama, leader of the former rebel movement Renamo, have formally approved an agreement on the cessation of hostilities which their representatives signed on August 24.
Contemporary Mozambican artists who use detritus as media create artworks that chronicle their culture through bits and pieces of its discarded histories.
Muhimua, himself a South African, hopes to see the two sister companies managed and run by Mozambicans in the near future.
Weak security infrastructure, inadequately trained and equipped law enforcement personnel, 2,750 miles of porous borders, and 1,550 miles of coastline hamper the Mozambican government's counternarcotics efforts.
We are all comrades of quality and experience," said Mozambican President Armando Guebuza, opening the congress in a speech broadcast live on Radio Mozambique.
Mozambicans and Angolans go there to establish business contacts and import fashion.
As a result, most Mozambicans, including many law enforcement officials, reportedly lacked a clear understanding of what constitutes trafficking.
Zimbabweans, Mozambicans and Nigerians have been targeted in the violence, which spread outside of the Johannesburg region for the first time on Tuesday to neighbouring provinces.