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Fatimas Backpackers in Maputo and Tofo (Mozambique) receive tourists from all over the world. NAPALMA is the soundtrack for this journey in Mozambique. Fatimas Backpackers em Maputo e Tofo (Moçambique) recebe turistas de todo o mundo. O NAPALMA é a trilha sonora dessa jornada.
The 1989 UN Convention on the Rights of the Child is a human rights treaty setting out the civil, political, economic, social, health and cultural rights of children. The nations that ratified it are bound to it by international law. One of them is Mozambique. But in fact, the country has developed into a major hub of child trafficking in southern Africa. The children come from Mozambique itself, but also from Malawi, Tanzania and Zimbabwe. Roughly two years ago, Mozambique introduced special legal and administrative measures to stop the kidnapping, sale and trafficking of minors, but violations are rarely prosecuted. Global 3000 visits the Maputo Corridor near the South African border.
A debate at the SAPES Trust on Tuesday June 18th describes what transpired in Maputo last weekend. Christopher Mutsvangwa represents ZANU PF, Pricilla Misihairambwi-Mushonga from MDC and Jameson Timba MDC T. The truth is revealed -- and sparks fly. I do not own the copyright to this video, instead it belongs to Zimages http://vimeo.com/zimagesofficial
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has arrived in Mozambique for the first stop on his four-nation visit to Africa. He's hoping to strengthen cooperation and boost cultural ties with several countries on the continent. Modi is set to meet with Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi, as well as interact with members of Maputo's Indian community. He's the first Indian Prime Minister to visit Mozambique in 34 years. Modi will leave for South Africa later on Thursday.
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A prominent constitutional lawyer has died after being shot outside a cafe in the Mozambican capital, Maputo. Gilles Cistac, of French origin, was a central figure in a sensitive debate about autonomy for Mozambique's provinces and decentralising power. He said that such a move - a demand of the opposition Renamo party - would be constitutional. Maputo Central Hospital director Joao Fumane said Mr Cistac died after four hours of surgery. 'Very important figure' Earlier, a spokesman for President Filipe Nyusi said the government considered the shooting a "macabre act" and strongly condemned it. The law professor was a "very important figure" in Mozambique's society and the interior ministry had been urged to find the gunmen and punish them, Antonio da Costa Gaspar told reporters. Mr C...
World Finance interviews Ismael Faquir, Country Managing Partner at Ernst and Young, on investing in people as the way to achieve excellence. The government of Mozambique is currently discussing potential changes to its capital gains tax regime, and amendments to tax law are now a regular occurrence in order to accommodate the discovery of natural resources such as gas and coal. Ismael Faquir discusses the country's investment landscape, the services offered by Ernst and Young, and the importance of getting the right advice at the outset of any investment. For a full transcript visit: http://www.worldfinance.com/videos/ismael-faquir-on-mozambique-law-ernst-young-video For more World Finance interviews go to http://www.worldfinance.com/videos/
At the 26th TWAS General Meeting, major anti-apartheid figure Albert Louis Sachs explained that while seeking sustainable development and fighting poverty, policymakers and scientists must never forget that human beings are at the heart of their work. Sachs was a lawyer in South Africa during the nation’s period of apartheid, mainly using his skills to defend those charged under repressive and racist laws, some facing death sentences. He went into exile in 1966 but continued his work. Then, in 1988 in Maputo, Mozambique, he lost his arm and sight in one eye to a car bomb placed by South African security agents. But in the years that followed he played a key part in establishing South African’s post-apartheid constitution. And after South Africa’s first democratic election in 1994, Presid...
Christina vive con sus dos hijas y una sobrina en una casa de alquiler de dos habitaciones en Maputo. Junto con sus hijas prepara "malambe", un concentrado que se consigue a partir de la fruta del baobab, y que se emplea para hacer jugo, compota o yogur. (rg/el)