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Mozambican journalism is mourning the death of journalist Ezequiel Mavota, who died at the age of 59 from an undisclosed illness in Maputo on Wednesday.
Born on March 22, 1959, in Maputo province’s Magude district, Mavota was the managing director of Radio Mozambique, the national public broadcaster, at the time of his demise.
Mavota held several positions since 1976, including Director of Information of RM, Director of the Professional Centre of Radio Mozambique and Director of the Information Office, a body subordinate to the Office of the Prime Minister.
It was through the voice of Ezequiel Mavota that Mozambicans heard of the General Peace Agreement, signed by the government and then rebel movement Renamo in Rome in 1992, which ended 16 years of civil war.Source: AIM
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