AngolaBrazil

TAP reports net loss, 10% lower than year earlier

TAP, Portugal’s national airline, had a loss of €627.6 million in the first nine months of 2021, 10.4% smaller than in the same period of last year, the company said in a statement released to the Securities Markets Commission (CMVM) “Net income as of…
EconomyMozambique

Mozambique expected to register a 2% GDP growth

Oxford Economics Africa consultants will revise the Mozambique economic growth forecast to around 2% due to the 3.3% expansion in the third quarter, the highest recorded since the pandemic “After a slow start to the year, the economy gained traction in the second…
Mozambique

Man trying to sell rhino horns in Mozambique shot down by police

The Mozambique police shot a Malawian man in possession of two rhino horns when he tried to flee with five other people in the northern province of Niassa, a source told Lusa on Monday The group, located after a tip off, was looking for customers to whom they could sell…
MozambiquePolitics

South Africa strengthens border security with Mozambique

South Africa will deploy a special force to the border with Mozambique to stop the “huge problem” of illegal immigration from the Portuguese-speaking country, announced today the South African Interior Minister, Aaron Motsoaledi. “It is not only because of covid-19…