Mozambique

15 Sep 2021

West African Gas Pipeline a model for Intra-African trade

The West African Gas Pipeline (WAGP) is a good model for Intra-African trade that could be adopted by other emerging natural gas regions across Africa.   The WAGP comprises a […]
24 Aug 2021

Action in Southern Africa is a light at the end of the tunnel

By Leon Louw founder and editor of WhyAfrica 24 August 2021 – Although challenges remain in the wake of the latest Covid-19 waves, political action in Southern Africa is a […]
22 Aug 2021

Supporting smallholder farmers amidst the pandemic

22 August 2021 – Nozizwe Mhlongo farms on 10 hectares of land in Sehlakoane, a rural area in Limpopo. Some of this land she uses for maize production which recently […]
12 Aug 2021

US to donate USD10-million for wildlife conservation in Mozambique’s Niassa

12 August 2021 – According to the United States embassy in Maputo, Mozambique, the US will donate USD10-million for wildlife conservation in Mozambique’s Niassa reserve The United States will donate […]
4 Aug 2021

Rwandan troops sweep rapidly through Cabo Delgado

By Leon Louw, founder and editor of WhyAfrica 04 August 2021 – The 1000 Rwandan troops deployed in Mozambique early in July, have swept rapidly through the Cabo Delgado province […]
28 Jul 2021

Why mines in Africa should invest in renewable energy

By Leon Louw, founder and editor at WhyAfrica 19 July 2021 – Mining companies have been grappling with the question of fossil fuels versus renewables for more than a decade. […]
25 Jul 2021

All roads lead to Durban

By Leon Louw founder and editor of WhyAfrica 25 July 2021 – All roads lead to Durban in KwaZulu-Natal. A sobering and perplexing thought, but a fact that will change, […]
26 Jun 2021

AfDB grant will boost agricultural value chains in Mozambique

26 June 2021 – The African Development Bank (AfDB), with financing from the Italian Technical Cooperation Fund, has provided a €990,000 grant to help smaller agro-processing enterprises boost production and […]
3 Jun 2021

Fertiliser increase crop yields in Mozambique

By the African Fertilizer and Agribusiness Partnership (AFAP)   03 June 2021 – One of the causes of low maize yields is lack of access to agricultural inputs. In Chibabava, Sofala […]
18 Apr 2021

Where to invest in Africa?

By Leon Louw founder of WhyAfrica 18 April 2021 – Africa has a young population, there is a severe lack of infrastructure, and the continent hosts some of the best […]
18 Apr 2021

Africa is not only about profits in the back pocket.

By Leon Louw, founder of WhyAfrica 18 April 2021 – Investing in Africa should not only be about big profits in the back pocket. Any African country is a high-risk […]
4 Apr 2021

Did we cry wolf in Mozambique?

By Leon Louw for WhyAfrica  04 April 2021 – How did risk analysts and intelligence agencies get it so wrong in Mozambique? Or did they? They have been warning about […]
2 Apr 2021

Energy sector will drive Africa, Ayuk tells WhyAfrica.

By L.M. Louw for WhyAfrica  02 April 2021 – In an exclusive and fascinating discussion, NJ Ayuk, Chairman of the African Energy Chamber, tells WhyAfrica that the energy sector will […]
25 Mar 2021

A flexible power strategy will benefit Mozambique.

By Fhedzi Modau, Mozambique Country Manager, Wartsila Energy Business    25 March 2021 – With its massive gas reserves and billions of dollars of investment flowing in to monetise them, […]
15 Mar 2021

Modular bridges to restore transport connections in Mozambique

15 March 2021 – Several modular bridges will restore transport connections in Mozambique. The African Development Bank (www.AfDB.org) has finalised the purchase of 26 modular steel bridges to replace infrastructure […]
21 Feb 2021

Mozambique on the move

21 February 2021 – Since 2017 relentless attacks by Islamist groups in the north of Mozambique have threatened to derail several promising projects. However, recent reports suggest that the tide […]
19 Feb 2021

Mining in Mozambique to benefit from battery technology.

By Grace Goodrich 19 February 2021 – The gradual transition to renewable energy around the globe will affect several African countries. Mining in Mozambique is set to benefit from battery […]
14 Feb 2021

Agricultural sector in Mozambique needs investment.

By Grace Goodrich 14 February 2021 – The agricultural sector in Mozambique needs investment. Commercial farming is one of the highest-growth sectors in Mozambique, yet only 16% of land suitable […]
9 Feb 2021

Gorongosa National Park joins Global Coalition #UnitedforBiodiversity

09 February 2021 – The Gorongosa National Park in Mozambique represents exceptional biological richness that must be protected at all costs. Gorongosa has joined the Global Coalition #UnitedforBiodiversity, thereby becoming […]
6 Feb 2021

Mozambique can become a regional tourism leader.

By Charné Hundermark 06 February 2021 – In the aftermath of Covid-19 the tourism industry will once again become the backbone of African countries looking to diversify their economies. In […]
14 Nov 2020

Mozambique withdraws prospecting licenses

14 November 2020 – The Mozambique government has withdrawn more than 2000 mining prospecting licenses over the last five years because the holders failed to initiate mining activities. According to […]
2 Nov 2020

Insurgents still active in Cabo Delgado

02 November 2020 – Despite efforts by the Mozambican government to curtail attacks by insurgents on villages in the Cabo Delgado Province, the situation has not improved enough to regard […]