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Africa roundup: Liverpool star Keita tests...

A spokesman for the national football federation confirmed that Keita had contracted the virus and was self isolating.

Tanzania hands over SADC chair to Mozambique...

Tanzania's John Pombe Magufuli has handed over the chair of the Southern African Development Community to his Mozambican counterpart, Filipe Nyusi.

Women voices should be listened to in the...

The number of women in leadership in Africa is still too low at about only 23% but, countries led by women responded to COVID-19 pandemic better.

Mozambique soldiers killed another 50 jihadists...

The jihadists have grown bolder over the past two months, stepping up attacks and venturing into towns as part of a declared campaign.

Mozambique's Nyusi sworn-in for fourth term...

He outlined priorities for his administration in the next five years including fighting corruption in all forms and demand for integrity, ethics and professionalism...

 Ssekandi in Maputo for president Nyusi's...

Ssekandi, who was received at Maputo International Airport by the acting minister for foreign affairs, Damasco Mathe, will be joining other heads of state...

Mozambique's Nyusi wins re-election in disputed...

Renamo protested the outcome, saying the ballot was tainted by "massive electoral fraud".

Killing of Mozambique election observer casts...

Anastacio Matavele, the 58-year-old head of a local election observation mission, was shot dead at the wheel of his car in the southeastern Mozambique...

Mozambique rebel group threatens attacks...

The country is gearing up for October 15 polls as it tries to shed a legacy of decades of unrest, following the completion of a historic treaty last month...

Pope Francis hails Mozambique peace deal...

The pontiff says reconciliation is "the best path to confront the difficulties and challenges that you face as a nation".

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The health minister, Dr Ruth Aceng, urged health workers to use the new facilities to save the newborns.