Published on 18 November 2013

Frelimo dignitaries sew up energy sector

Frelimo dignitaries sew up energy sector

Eminent members of the Frelimo elite follow the example of President Armando Guebuza and his family who own stakes in a large number of companies. They have invested in the energy sector. The children and friends of former presidents Samora Machel and Joaquim Chissano own stakes in a large number of the country's oil, gas and energy companies. The generals, particularly from the north of the country, who up to now had specialized mainly in forestry and mining, are now also buying into the natural gas sector.

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