Mozambican President Visits Japan Yurikamome Station

During a visit to the Tokyo’s Yurikamome station, Japan, Mozambican president, Filipe Nysui announced that the government may consider urban railway services as a possible solution to the country’s...

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Vale Mozambique Reports A $US105 Million Loss At The Close Of 2016

Vale Mozambique, a subsidiary of Brazilian mining multi-national Vale, reported an operating loss of $US105 million in the final quarter of 2016. While slightly down from losses recorded during the...

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Construction On Kenya’s Port Of Lamu Takes Off

Construction of the first three berths on Kenya’s Port of Lamu has begun, signalling the start of one of the cornerstone infrastructure projects to be delivered under the Kenyan government’s ambitious...

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Barloworld Equipment And Caterpillar Launch A Free Training Programme In Mozambique

Barloworld Equipment and Caterpillar aim to help address Africa’s shortage of technicians with the launch of their free foundation training programme titled, “Technicians for Africa”, in Tete...

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Construction Works On The Port Of Nacala Enters Its Second Phase

The second phase of the modernisation and expansion works on the port of Nacala in Mozambique are scheduled to commence in March, in order to increase capacity and modernise infrastructure at the...

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CFM Appoints A New Chairman Of The Board

Portos e Caminhos de Ferro de Moçambique (CFM) has appointed Miguel José Matabel in the role of chairman of the board, at a ceremony led by prime minister Carlos Agostinho do Rosário, on 25 January....

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Mozambique Becomes the 2nd African Nation to Sign the Luxembourg Protocol on Rail

In February 2007, representatives from 42 countries met in Luxembourg and adopted a Protocol to the Cape Town Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment on Matters Specific to...

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Mozambique - Line Between Cuamba and Lichinga Back In Operation

Mozambican president, Filipe Jacinto Nyusi, officially inaugurated the recently rehabilitated rail connection between the cities of Cuamba and Lichinga, in Mozambique’s Niassa province. The line has...

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Tender Alert - Pre-Feasibility Study For The North South Corridor Railway Project

The Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA) has released a tender request for a pre-feasibility study into the rehabilitation and upgrade of equipment and infrastructure on the North-South Corridor...

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Vale Agrees To new Terms With Mitsui In Mozambique

Vale Mozambique has announced the approval of new terms in their contract with shareholder Mitsui & Co., Ltd. (Mitsui), with regard to the company’s divestment of part interest in the Moatize coal...

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