capital of Mozambique


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the capital and largest city of Mozambique

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Swedish engineering consulting group SWECO (OMX Stockholm:SWEC A) (OMX Stockholm:SWEC B) said on Thursday (18 December) that it has been commissioned to prepare a plan for the future water supply of Maputo, the capital of Mozambique.
America couple Rolland and Heidi Baker set up their first orphanage in Mozambique under the umbrella of Iris Ministries in 1995, at a place called Zimpeto on the outskirts of Maputo, the capital of Mozambique. This is where we stayed, following several days' journey via Auckland and Johannesburg.
Part of the answer to both questions was offered by 30-year-old Josina, in a clinic in Maputo, the capital of Mozambique, earlier this month.
And some of the descriptions are surprising, such as the active bullfighting business that once existed in Lourenco Marques, or Maputo, as the capital of Mozambique is now known.
Firstly, on the beaches on the edge of Maputo, the capital of Mozambique, eating grilled prawns and drinking vinho verde while dipping my toes in the Indian Ocean.
Because of flooding and residual muck, once the waters began to recede, there was no place for C-130s to land except in Maputo, the capital of Mozambique and a more remote coastal city named Beira, Wehrle said.
That same year South African commandos raided Maputo, the capital of Mozambique, and Pretoria increased its support for the rebels of the Mozambican National Resistance, the name by which Renamo is formally known.
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As every Southern African knows, Rhodes completed the conquest of the would-be Rhodesias and Nyasaland, partly at the expense of Portuguese claims over the vast landlocked territories of what is now Zimbabwe, Malawi and Zambia, when the Portuguese, perhaps day-dreaming, wanted a continuous central African empire from Luanda (Angola) to Lourenco Marques (now Maputo, capital of Mozambique).
Mr Head, who helps Mencap, was one of 37 volunteers who renovated classrooms and toilets for youngsters with learning disabilities in Maputo, the capital of Mozambique.
Historically, their distrust was further justified when the Portuguese, having cooperated with the old Transvaal Republic in the building of the railway to the port of Lourenco Marques (now Maputo, the capital of Mozambique), which provided their nearest vital outlet to the sea, they decided to close it to the peaceful landlocked "Boer" Republic, thus hastening their surrender in the Second Anglo-Boer War.