Zimbabwean delegation explores business opportunities in Mozambique’s Tete province
Notícias / Ana Comoana
The Mozambican government is to simplify the regulation of economic activities in order to attract more investment and improve the business environment, spokeswoman for the Council of Ministers Ana Comoana has announced.
Among other measures, new regulations simplify procedures and reduces license waiting time and costs, provided that the activities concerned have no impact on the environment, public health or safety.
The information was released at the end of the Council of Ministers meeting by Deputy Minister of Culture and Tourism, Ana Comoana.
The cabinet meeting also approved the creation of an organisation to oversee the Matola Raid Monument and Interpretive Centre near Maputo, inaugurated in 2015 in memory of the victims of apartheid.
This is to be “a public non-profit institution of cultural and scientific nature, to promote research and safeguard the dissemination of contents on the struggle of the Mozambican and South African people against the apartheid regime,” Comoana said.
The Council of Ministers also approved a decree classifying the property as a National Level A Monument for its historical-cultural dimension and international relevance.Source: Lusa