Mozambique Update – 7 June 2022

1. Atrocities Continue in Cabo Delgado The Pontifical Foundation Aid for the Church in Need (ACN) warned of a wave of “serious incidents” in Cabo Delgado Province, with “the beheading of people, burned homes and a worrying spree of...

Mozambique Update – 19 May 2022

1. Authorities Continue Claiming Normalization of Conflict Areas On 13 May, the commander-in-chief of the Police of the Republic of Mozambique (PRM), Bernardino Rafael, speaking at the Chai Administrative Post, Macomia district, said that: “We are not saying...

Mozambique Update – 12 May 2022

1. Authorities Give Ultimatum for Civil Servant IDP’s to Return Despite Insecurity and Continuing Attacks The Municipal Council of Mocímboa da Praia gave a period of 10 days for all employees to return to the town – which was recovered in August 2021 after...

Mozambique Update – 4 May 2022

1. ‘Soldiers are for fighting, not for sitting’: Museveni says his army is ready if needed in Mozambique Uganda is open to the idea of sending troops to fight insurgents in Mozambique’s Cabo Delgado. But for now, its resources are stretched because...

Mozambique Update – 20 April 2022

1. ISS Study Reveals Distrust, Lack of Coordination Between SADC, Rwanda and AU According to a study published by the South African Institute for Security Studies (ISS), not only has there been “little communication” between the African Union (AU) and the...

Mozambique Update – 7 April 2022

1. Mozambique to Receive U.S. Aid to Contain Conflicts U.S. President Joe Biden announced that his administration will implement a new strategy to contain conflicts, with Mozambique among the countries covered by the measure. The Biden administration’s new...

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