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Environmental impact study in Moatize

Yesterday, June 30, 2020, took place at the Hotel VIP in the city of Tete, the launch of the study carried out in the city of Moatize on the environmental impacts of mining on communities. The study looked at the well-being of people residing in mining areas, the survival needs […]

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Uncontrolled fires in Cateme

The lack of knowledge of the risks and dangers associated with uncontrolled burning causes many people to adopt these practices in Cateme. People burn grass for the purpose of hunting mice. Some fires are caused by those who manufacture charcoal and have not taken due care to avoid uncontrolled fires. […]

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Resettlers develop pottery in Cateme

A group of resettlers is developing the pottery in Cateme. According to an interviewee’s testimony, this activity was already carried out in Moatize before the resettlement to Cateme, but was paralyzed due to the lack of a suitable space. But with the help of the community leaders in Cateme it […]

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Atraso no reassentamento do gado em Moatize

A empresa Vale Moçambique, no processo de exploração de carvão mineral na cidade de Moatize abriu novas áreas em meados de 2019, tendo sido abrangidas áreas de Chipanga 11 e 25 de Setembro nos arredores da estrada nacional Nº 7. Como é tradição de Moatize, há muitos residentes que praticam […]

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Vale explosions force people to flee their homes

João Tomo, Moatize, Tete. 21 April 2020 On April 8, the company Vale Moçambique carried out a series of dynamite explosions causing huge clouds of smoke in Moatize. As a result of the explosions, a house collapsed, leaving a family in without shelter. As you are aware, COVID-19 measures require […]

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