Terrorism in Mozambique

The Africa Center for Strategic Studies reported in January 2021 that there was a 43-percent spike in militant Islamist group violence in Africa in 2020. The 4,958 reported events linked to these groups represents a record level of violence, continuing an upward pattern seen since 2016.    Reported fatalities linked to African militant Islamist groups… Continue reading Terrorism in Mozambique

Land – Palma in Mozambique

  Land rights in Mozambique are regulated by a peculiar system. Land is owned by the State, which concedes the rights to use it, based on development projects (commercial, residential, industrial etc..): land usage rights can be bought, land cannot.   Several legal instruments regulate land usage rights in Mozambique. The general legal framework is given… Continue reading Land – Palma in Mozambique

Mozambique attacks

With no end in sight, the fighting that started in October 2017 has continued to increase in intensity. It has forced almost a fifth of the province’s people to leave their homes and reduced access to care and other services in the area to almost nothing.     Nearly 670,000 people have been forced from their… Continue reading Mozambique attacks

US – Mozambique

A Statement was made on 20 March 2020  that the elite Green Berets of the US have been deployed to help defeat Islamic State insurgents accused of beheading children as young as 11 in Cabo Delgado, Mozambique.   The US Army Special Forces soldiers are to train Mozambican marines for the next two months to counter… Continue reading US – Mozambique

Attack in Cabo Delgado Mozambique (Isis)

  Several people reportedly dead after attack in Palma near a liquified natural gas site in Cabo Delgado province (northern province).  According to workers and security sources a 180 people, including foreign workers were trapped in the hotel by fighters of Isis (Isil). *Several people were dead, AFP news agency reported citing witnesses and a… Continue reading Attack in Cabo Delgado Mozambique (Isis)

Eni – Mozambique Gas – FLNG

  The Italian energy conglomerate Eni and its Area 4 partners launched the hull of the Coral Sul floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) treatment and liquefaction facility at the Samsung Heavy Industries shipyard in Geoje, South Korea. * Energy companies Our Mozambique project demonstrates the power of our joint partnerships. Learn more about this exciting… Continue reading Eni – Mozambique Gas – FLNG

Mozambique gas projects

  Mozambique is an African country and home to a population of 29 million people.  Its name came from its first known ruler, a Muslim Arab emir named Mussa ibn Bique. The Portuguese started referring to the region as the “Lands of Mussa ibn Bique” and from there the name was simplified to Mozambique.   Furthermore,… Continue reading Mozambique gas projects