Ten dead at Mozambique president rally ahead of elections
At least ten people were killed in Mozambique during a stampede at a campaign rally of President Filipe Nyusi, the ruling party said, just over a month ahead of general elections.
Pope rails against 'vengeance' as he ends Mozambique visit
Pope Francis on Friday told tens of thousands of faithful at a packed stadium not to resort to "vengeance" as he wound up a visit to Mozambique, ravaged by a 16-year civil war and now the target of jihadist attacks.
Pope hails Mozambique peace deal, offers solidarity for cyclone victims
Pope Francis began the first full day of his visit to Mozambique on Thursday, praising a peace deal between government and rebels and offering solidarity to victims of two devastating cyclones.
Deadly parcel from South Africa
In the colonial era, it was normal to see whites brutalizing and oppressing blacks as aptly epitomized by the atrocious Trans Atlantic Slave Trade and other similar obnoxious acts. Although colonialism has effectively ended in Africa, the chilling news from the Rainbow Nation simply shows that the equation has changed.
Mozambique leader vows to hunt down jihadist attackers
Mozambique President Filipe Nyusi vowed Wednesday to hunt down and unmask attackers involved in a string of deadly assaults that have battered the country's northern region and killed least 250 people.
Football: 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying draw
The 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying draw was made in Cairo Thursday
16 killed in Mozambique insurgency attack
Suspected Islamists in northern Mozambique killed 16 people on Tuesday in their deadliest attack since launching an insurgency in the remote region in 2017, local sources told AFP on Friday. Islamist fighters have targeted remote communities in the gas-rich, Muslim-majority Cabo Delgado region since October 2017, killing more than 200 people and forcing thousands from…
Another four years of hope for stable oil prices
Nigeria’s Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Ibe Kachikwu, was quoted two years ago to have said he would resign if Nigeria continued to import fuel by 2019. His 2019 projection was hinged on the proposed completion of Dangote’s refinery at the time. Despite sustaining the flow of products with minor issues in the last…