Study shows that Mozambique 1992 peace agreement was never the success it was claimed to be. The country’s democracy remains weak.
Frelimo, which governs Mozambique, has squandered the enormous political capital it enjoyed at independence. It now remains in power through violence, intimidation, harassment, and threats.
The Southern African Development Community does not have a remarkable record of military interventions in civil conflicts in the region.
The ex-combatants’ food memories show how they continue trying to make sense of both their past and present experiences of violence.
During the campaign, partisans of all political stripes were responsible for the violence. But Frelimo supporters were far more aggressive and violent.
The splintering in Renamo has its origins in the unexpected death last May of Afonso Dhlakama, its leader of 39 years.
Speculation and conspiracy theories abound about the Mozambican insurgents leaving a trail of violence in resource rich Cabo Delgado.
The death of Mozambican opposition leader Alfonso Dhlakama could affect the progress made to end hostilities in the country.
Mozambique has made significant progress in its fight against poverty despite recent economic and political challenges
Mozambican civilians are again bearing the consequences of war between the government and opposition party Renamo. How has Renamo mobilised popular support for a new uprising?