Mozambique is entering a crucial period in its history. Its LNG projects could add $100bn to the economy over 25 years, but the industry itself is under threat from insurgents. Neil Ford examines the current situation.
The insurgency being waged by the Ahlus Sunnah wal Jamaah (ASWJ) movement in northern Mozambique is causing widespread death and destruction. Neil Ford investigates.
Africa has become the centre of terrorist activity according to a new report on the global scourge. Neil Ford reviews the report and calls for a solution to this damaging trend.
An insurgency that has claimed 3,000 lives and is threatening to upend the state seems to be of little concern to the country’s neighbours or even the AU. Mushtak Parker reports.
A boat carries people from Buzi on a river near Beira, after cyclone Idai pummelled the coastal Mozambican town, leaving a trail of destruction. (Photo by Yasuyoshi CHIBA / AFP)
Are the erratic weather patterns in Africa the result of environmental warfare experiments gone awry?