Zitamar News

Zitamar News provides reliable and intelligent daily news and analysis on Mozambique’s economy, politics, and business sectors, with a particular focus on the extractive industry. Zitamar News is written and edited in Maputo by Tom Bowker and Leigh Elston, and by Gavriel Hollander in London.

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Mozambique Political Process Bulletin 81 : EU hits “unlevel playing field” and “climate of (...)

"An unlevel playing field was evident throughout the campaign," said the European Union Observation Mission in an unusually harsh interim statement this afternoon The post Mozambique (...)

Zitamar Daily Briefing, 17 October

Welcome to Zitamar’s daily Mozambique briefing for 17 October, 2019 Oct 17 Subscriber’s post Zitamar now offers a bespoke clipping service — Mozambique Media Monitoring — customised to each client’s (...)

Mozambique Political Process Bulletin 80 : Frelimo landslide victory ; Renamo (...)

The level of fraud and misconduct by the ruling party was significantly higher than in past elections. This appears to have been unnecessary for Frelimo to have won the election, but probably (...)

Mozambique Political Process Bulletin 79 : Frelimo on course for tainted victory

Initial reports show a significant number of polling stations where 100% voted and they voted overwhelmingly for Frelimo presidential candidate Filipe Nyusi The post Mozambique Political Process (...)

Zitamar Daily Briefing, 16 September

Welcome to Zitamar’s daily Mozambique briefing for 16 October, 2019 Oct 16 Subscriber’s post Zitamar now offers a bespoke clipping service — Mozambique Media Monitoring — customised to each client’s (...)

Frelimo and Nyusi take commanding lead in Mozambique elections

Partial results suggest ruling party will sweep the board in national and provincial elections, maintaining its lock on power despite recent moves towards decentralisation The post Frelimo and (...)

Mozambique Political Process Bulletin 78 : Polling stations burned, violence, (...)

The election night was marked by violence in the centre and north of the country The post Mozambique Political Process Bulletin 78: Polling stations burned, violence, fraud appeared first on (...)

Peaceful start to Mozambique elections despite early allegations of rigging

Polling stations have opened across Mozambique this morning, so far without reports of significant trouble or delays. President Filipe Nyusi was among the first to vote, shortly after polls (...)

Mozambique Political Process Bulletin 74 : Four provinces block observation – will voters stay (...)

Even the Catholic Church has been denied election observation credentials in Tete, where there is a concerted effort to prevent independent electoral observation The post Mozambique Political (...)

Mozambique Political Process Bulletin 73 : Peaceful end ; No observer credentials ; Party (...)

Source: 2019 General Elections – Mozambique Political Process Bulletin Campaign ends peacefully across the country The last day of the election campaign was quiet across the country. Filipe Nyusi (...)
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