Africa

Child marriage in Mozambique: Desperate to escape

A growing number of Mozambique girls are turning to child marriage in hope of escaping their poverty-stricken families

Humanitarian crises

Fighting in Mozambique prompts refugee flight to Malawi

Nearly 3,500 people flee to neighbouring country, raising concerns of new refugee crisis in Southern Africa.

Africa Investigates

Mozambique's Gem Wars

Investigating corruption and mysterious deaths at the heart of Mozambique's lucrative ruby mining industry.

Human Rights

South Africa jails policemen for dragging death

Eight officers imprisoned 15 years each for the killing of a Mozambican taxi driver dragged behind a police van.

Agriculture

Zimbabwe's white farmers start anew in Mozambique

Some farmers forced out by controversial land reform programme are thriving in Zimbabwe's eastern neighbour.

Refugees

Mozambique: Refugees shun Europe for southern Africa

Cheaper and less dangerous, refugees staying in Africa still face arduous journeys and unscrupulous traffickers.

Africa

Mozambique declares itself free of landmines

British charity group ends two decades of work clearing more than 171,000 landmines from 1,100 minefields.

Human Rights

S Africa deports hundreds of Mozambican nationals

At least 400 people removed in raids targeting foreign nationals, drawing ire from activists.

Earthrise

Myanmar's Smart Farmers & Saving Mozambique's Forests

Farmers in Myanmar use design to stay ahead of climate change; and a community in Mozambique is planting a future.

Earthrise

Mozambique: Planting a Future

A rural community in northern Mozambique is putting forest conservation at the heart of their economy.

Human Rights

A South African murder through the lens

A Pulitzer prize-winning photographer on the ethics of taking pictures of a murder.

by Greg Marinovich

Poverty & Development

Swaziland unrest looms after US rescinds trade deal

Swaziland's workers bear the consequences after it was removed from lucrative US trade bloc for failing on human rights.

Poverty & Development

Mozambique loosens anti-abortion laws

Attempting to lower maternal deaths, southern African country revised its penal code to allow some abortions.