Category: Interviews & Reports

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RSM achieves $7.26 billion growth

At the global level, RSM, one of the world's largest organizations specializing in providing audit and consulting services, achieved $7.26 billion in 2021 growth. An increase of 15.8% from the $6.3 billion recorded in the previous year. The growing demand for RSM's services has resulted in 40 new offices...

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"We should abandon World Bank investments and... 'the gas is all ours'"

The idea of looking at local content centralized the "unprepared" speech of Mozambican businessman Salimo Abdula, during the launch of the "Morenergy" initiative, on Tuesday (14), in the city of Maputo. Speaking as Chairman of the Intelec Holdings Group, among several reminders and suggestions for Mozambique's progress, Abdula...

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AJADH debates Environmental Journalism

The lack of preparation and training on environmental issues is behind the absence of an environmental journalism in Mozambique. The conclusions were made during the debate on environmental journalism organized by the Association of Environmental Journalists and Human Rights, (AJADH), in Maputo. Climate change currently represents a global problem and requires equally global solutions....

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New technology increases the JFS Group's cotton production

The strong investment in new technologies at Sociedade Algodoeira do Niassa has boosted production levels. In the current season alone, production may triple, reaching "a historical level" of 17 thousand tons of cotton. About 17 thousand tons of cotton is how much Sociedade Algodoeira do Niassa expects to produce in the current season.

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Extractive Sector Transparency Index decreases in 2020, points out CIP study

On balance the report of the Center for Public Integrity (CIP), released this morning, concludes that the Extractive Sector Transparency Index (ITSE) in Mozambique is still very low. "From the analysis made for the 22 companies studied in the 2020/2021 edition, on average, the ITSE in Mozambique stood at 0.25 points representing a decrease in...

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The chapas' accounts

The price of chapa will go up in the metropolitan areas of the cities of Maputo and Matola, says the president of the Mozambican Federation of Road Transport Associations (FEMATRO), Castigo Nhamane, in an interview to MZNews. Decision made! Until the first days of next month, the cities of Maputo and Matola will have a readjustment of the price of...