Spotlight | Mozambique
Maputo suspends eurobond repayments
For the second time since 2016, Mozambique has frozen its repayments to investors who bought in to its $900m eurobond.
The ex-transport and communications minister under Armando Guebuza, Gabriel Serafim [...]
The listed construction firm Murray & Roberts has found itself a discreet but key ally to help it expand its operations in Mozambique.
Rofino Felisberto Licuco, the young and controversial magnate from Maputo, [...]
Since the recent arrests in Maputo of Armando Guebuza's former personal advisor, Maria Ines Moiane Dove, and then of his 43-year-old eldest son, Armando Ndambi Guebuza, the clan of the Mozambican ex-president is feeling the full force of the law.
The former finance minister and his accomplices played on booming gas prices to set up their plan.
He is one the main architects of the accord to restructure part of Mozambique's debt, the details of which were [...]
The unsuccessful candidate in Liberia's 2017 presidential election and leader of the opposition party Alternative National Congress (ANC), Alexander Cummings, [...]
Investment minister Zied Laadhari has given Alice Events the job [...]
Far from having lifted the veil on the operations of violent radical groups active in the district of Mocimboa da [...]
Although private creditors in Mozambique would like the donors to be involved in the negotiations, they and the finance minister [...]
A board member of the controversial state-owned company Monte Binga launches his own logistics firm.
Several of the eight new members of the political committee of the ruling Frelimo party, who were appointed during the [...]
A Kroll audit names the legal firms which advised the Mozambican government on restructuring the Ematum loan.
The firm Palomar Capital Advisors is angry with the corporate [...]
An investigation conducted by Kroll on a financial package put together to finance Mozambique's acquisition of naval equipment has pointed to a mysterious company, VR Global Partners.
Former Nigerian minister Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala is using her network of contacts in Maputo to impose the services of Lazard Bank.
The scandal of secret loans that were used to purchase naval equipment to protect the coast didn’t stop General Chipande from continuing business as usual - in the maritime sector!
The Indian Ocean Newsletter has learnt on the spot in Maputo that a small group of security officials have prompted the country to take out loans totalling $1.4 billion. This has considerably angered the international donors.
After a boom period in which the contracts kept coming in, the charismatic Franco-Lebanese businessman Iskandar Safa is today facing pressure on several fronts. The founder of the naval shipyard Abu Dhabi Mar is under attack on its contracts in [.