Tagged: Mozambique

Mozambique, situated on the southeastern coast of Africa, is a country of diverse landscapes ranging from the Indian Ocean coastline to savannahs and mountainous regions. Governed as a multi-party presidential republic, Mozambique’s political landscape includes major parties such as the Mozambique Liberation Front (FRELIMO), the Mozambican National Resistance (RENAMO), and the Democratic Movement of Mozambique (MDM). The nation gained independence from Portuguese rule in 1975, but its history has been marred by a prolonged civil war between FRELIMO and RENAMO, which ended in 1992. Mozambique faces challenges including political tensions, economic vulnerabilities, and natural disasters such as cyclones. The economy, dependent on agriculture, mining, and natural gas, has shown potential for growth but also confronts issues of poverty and corruption. The country’s cultural richness is reflected in its diverse ethnic groups, languages, and traditional arts, while events like the Marrabenta Festival celebrate Mozambican music. As Mozambique strives for political stability, economic development, and social progress, it grapples with post-conflict recovery, climate resilience, and the need for inclusive governance in the broader Southern African region. GETZIPCODES: Features democracy and rights of Mozambique.

Mozambique Population 2014

Mozambique 2014

Yearbook 2014 Mozambique. In January, negotiations between the government and the opposition party Renamo resumed on a solution to the ongoing conflict. That same month, Renamo announced that the party would run for president...