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Website Changes
Welcome to the new, secure version of the Mozambique Website. We would like to take this opportunity to apologize for the downtime and the delay in getting the Mozambique Website back up after it's downtime. Everyday websites across the internet face an increasing number of hacking attempts. The Mozambique website was no exception. Last year we detected several attempts to hack the website. Luckily none of the hacks were successful and the website, including databases remained secure. However, we were aware of areas where the website was vulnerable to attacks and we needed to take some time to patch up these vulnerabilities so that any hacking attempts in the future remain unsuccessful. To increase security we have also installed SSL Certificates. You will notice that all pages on the website now have https:// security. This step ensures that any information you send or recieve from the website cannot be intercepted. We have made it even easier to list Accommodation, Restaurants, Activity Centers, Travel Agents and other Businesses. Our Classifieds section has also been overhauled to make it easier to post new items and we will be adding a section where people can make requests for items they are looking for. There are a few final touches that we still need to add to the website, and most of our databases are still having information added to them. Remember that we are always on hand to help. If you find something that doesn't seem to be working the way you expect it to, let us know and we will be happy to assist. We thank you for your patience during this time and look forward to having you browse the new site.
<b>Angola</b> The Provincial Director of Health, João Campos Cacungula, says at least 443 people have died of malaria in central Bie province during the months of January and February 2018. Most of those who died are under the age of 15. <b>Botswana</b> Cabinet ministers who are likely to be dropped in the looming reshuffle are living in double fear following the resignation of President Ian Khama at the end of March. Not only will they lose lucrative positions but are set suffer double blow, since once they are weakened their opponents are likely to move in for a kill at the primary elections. <b>DRC</b> There have been calls for United Nations actions in the DRC. A Human Rights Watch says most of the violence around the country is linked to a broader political crisis, as President Joseph Kabila has stayed in power beyond the constitutionally mandated two-term limit by delaying elections and suppressing any dissent. <b>Lesotho</b> The Lesotho government wants SADC troops to remain in Lesotho beyond their original six month mandate because the business for which they were deployed is not yet finished. The SADC force was essentially deployed to prevent rogue LDF soldiers from destabilizing Dr. Thabane’s coalition as it went about implementing SADC recommended reforms to curb perennial instability in the Kingdom. <b>Madagascar</b> Mozambique’s Minister of the Sea, Inland Waters and Fisheries, Agostinho Mondlane, and his visiting counterpart from Madagascar, Gilbert François, want to sign bilateral agreements to combat illegal tuna fishing in their maritime waters, APA can report on Wednesday.The two officials met late on Tuesday in the Mozambican capital, Maputo. <b>Malawi</b> Britain's Prince Harry hosted Malawian President Prof. Arthur Peter Mutharika at Buckingham Palace in London when they had a private audience on Tuesday. According to Presidential Press Secretary Mgeme Kalilani, the prince and the Malawi leader discussed how to furhter promote wildlife conservation as one way of enriching benefits that Malawi gets from it's tourism industy. <b>Mauritius</b> The State Bank of Mauritius has completed the takeover of a 75 percent stake in Chase Bank Kenya Limited. SMB now acquires the assets and liabilities of the bank that was placed under receivership in 2016 by the Central Bank of Kenya due to financial hiccups. The Mauritius based bank acquired another Kenyan lender Fidelity bank last year, making its foray into the east African market. <b>Mozambique</b> Fourteen wild dogs flew from Phongola, KwaZulu-Natal, to Gorongosa National Park, Mozambique, on Monday afternoon. This is part of a programme to reintroduce the endangered animals to that country. There are only around 6,600 wild dogs left in Africa. They will spend the next few weeks in an enclosed site to get used to their new environment before entering the wild. <b>Namibia</b> Namibia's exports of precious minerals generated N$23 billion in the 2017/2018 financial year, deputy mines minister Kornelia Shilunga revealed yesterday, although beneficiation protagonists would probably want to know how much of this directly benefited Namibians. A further N$28 million was earned from petroleum exploration and production rental fees, while an additional N$2.3 million was collected from mineral licenses, Shilunga announced in the National Assembly yesterday. <b>Seychelles</b> The President of Seychelles, Danny Faure, is joining other world leaders at the 25th meeting of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) to be held in London from April 16 to 20. The 2018 CHOGM is taking place under the theme "Towards a Common Future". <b>South Africa</b> South Africa "took strong exception" to a recent travel advisory issued by the Australian government. Minister of International Relations and Cooperation, Lindiwe Sisulu said in a statement on Wednesday that the advisory contained "misleading information about South Africa in general and, in particular, about the experiences of foreign tourists visiting South Africa". The advisory warned visitors to South Africa to "exercise a high degree of caution". <b>Swaziland</b> Zweli Martin Dlamini, the editor who had his newspaper closed down by the Swaziland Government before he fled to neighbouring South Africa, has called for an international commission of inquiry into how the state has captured the media in the kingdom. The media, even those not directly owned and controlled by the government, have become a 'propaganda machine for the state,' he said. <b>Tanzania</b> Tanzanians living abroad send home an average of $456.5 million annually. A total of $2.28 billion was remitted between 2013 and 2017, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and East African Cooperation told Parliament yesterday. <b>Zambia</b> Two public figures have revealed that President Edgar Lungu is not the person he says he is and that he stole someone’s identity. The two opposition figures have since revealed that Mr Lungu is infact Jonathan Mutaware, a Malawian. Speaking on Prime TV’s Oxgen of Democracy programme on Monday night, People’s Party President Mike Mulongoti and New Labour Party President Fresher Siwale challenged President Lungu to produce his National Registration Card as a way of proving his true identity. <b>Zimbabwe</b> Government hospitals have come to a standstill after the government of Zimbabwe on Tuesday 17 April 2018, the eve of Zimbabwe’s independence fired nurses employed at state-run hospitals, who had been on a work boycott protesting against poor salaries and unfavorable working conditions. One report revealed that nightshift nurses were being pad 76 US cents an hour.
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Hotels, Resorts, Lodges, Guest Houses and other Accommodation Owners throughout Southern Africa (with or without a current website) are invited to enter our competition to win a free website (subscription valid for one year). has partnered with CyberStudeo to give away 10 websites to 10 lucky winners. The competition is open to all Accommodation Owners throughtout the SADC region, including Mozambique. Accommodation owners who already have a website, but are not happy with it may also participate and can even keep their existing website address. The competition runs from April to June 30th. Winners will be randomly selected and announced on the Competitions page of the Mozambique Website and on our Facebook page. Winners will also be notified via Email. Website Features include: * Instantly add or update information and pictures by yourself. No programming experience is necessary and you don't need to wait for a designer. * Websites are automatically updated with the latest features and security updates for free, while your subscription is valid. Your website doesn't go down during updates. * Choose your own website address and get a customized email address that matched your website address. * Websites are available in 4 different colors. * Websites will be free for a year - afterward subscriptions will start from 750mt / year depending on the features you select. * After winners claim their prize, the website will be installed and live on the internet within 1 business day - ready for you to add information and pictures. You can find out more on the Mozambique Website Competition Page