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Mozambique, China ink $1.4 billion youth housing project
35,000 houses to be built by Chinese company
Judges' housing: AMJ signs MoU with FFH - Mozambique
Tzu Chi Foundation funds construction of 3,000 "resilient homes" in Sofala, Mozambique
Labour Inspectorate embargo lifted at Complexo Oásis construction works - Maputo
Mozambique: 193 state properties registered last year; more than 24,000 still to ...
Analysis: Why Mozambique’s construction sector is about to boom - By Fabio Scala
Illegal sale of fish market in Angoche under investigation
Matola: Military and residents in land dispute - report
OPINION: Why digital land rights records matter: Lessons from Cyclone Idai - by Antonio ...
World class logistics warehouses come to Mozambique
Stalled Housing Development Fund project cause outrage in Inhambane
Mozambique a Buyer’s Market
Nampula: Women complain of discrimination in land allocation
Government to repossess 139,000 hectares of idle land in Inhambane
Mozambican airports postpones Maputo real estate project to next year
Portugal: Portuguese Red Cross has food for Mozambique
Grande Hotel, Beira - Watch
Grit to retain JSE listing as it eyes inclusion in SA property index
More than 24,000 immovable properties with titles not regularised in favour of the ...
Mozambique: Government allocated almost triple number of housing plots in 2018
CSOs: Land Law can go to review - Mozambique
Watch: New building materials laboratory inaugurated in Namialo - Mozambique
Protests against demolitions in Beira to give way to social houses project - Watch
Mozambique: Netherlands to build 25,000 social houses in city of Beira
Zim, Mozambique fight over land ownership - report
Municipality making a record of derelict buildings, abandoned works and empty lots in ...
Population complains of land expropriations in Pemba: 7.50 meticais per square metre - ...
Government moves to end construction malpractice with new General Inspectorate of Public ...
GRIT Real Estate upbeat on African potential as assets rise by 6%