On this day Africa lost one of its most celebrated liberation heroes, a fighter and revolutionary leader, Mozambican President Samora Machel who perished in a fatal plane crash in 1986. Today we join Mozambique to commemorate the legacies of President Samora and pay homage to this African hero.
Mozambique, which was poised to take off as the world’s third-biggest natural gas producer, is instead now teetering on the brink of a major sovereign debt default, which is threatening to jeopardise its eagerly anticipated gas-fired boom.
Mozambique is another African country where the drama set of its political life reads like the plotline of the television series House of Cards Kudzayi Zvinavashe recently travelled through the country and reflects on its current affairs and political landscape
Musiiro is a traditional natural face musk used to prevent acne, protect from the sun and to keep skin smooth.
The expression “Mozambique is maningue nice,” meaning “Mozambique
is very nice” from a mix of languages, has become increasingly popular, especially among the country’s
urbanised elite. Indeed, Mozambique’s recent mineral-resources boom, based on the
discovery and exploitation of vast coal and natural gas reserves, has suddenly reshaped
the prospects for economic and social development, and raised hopes for a brighter future
across all strata of Mozambican society.
It’s as if the Samora Machel Monument wasn’t meant to be found. After the turn-off from a well-marked highway between South Africa and Mozambique, the road to the site of the mysterious plane crash of Mozambique’s first president twists and turns for miles.