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Tuesday, 19 April 2011

The quest to become a SADC hub, 4th Edition

Mozambique continues its quest from transport supremacy, with announcement of a US $102m new airport in the northern city Nacala in an effort to expand infrastructure to attract tourists and. A military base is being moved to make way for the airport, which will facilitate travel to a key city in the underdeveloped north of the country. Nacala has Mozambique’s only deepwater port and is vying to serve as an export centre for Zambia and Malawi once a railway is built to connect the southern African hinterland to the city. Mozambique has been engaged in massive infrastructure projects. In aviation alone, there have been upgrades to Vilankulo and Maputo airports as it seems to capitalise of its untapped tourism potential.

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