A new railway will join Mozambique,Zimbabwe and Botswana

23 May 2011
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Maputo, May 17, 2011 - The Mozambican Minister of Transport, Paulo Zucula, announced that his country, Zimbabwe and Botswana have signed a memorandum of understanding for the construction of a railway linking the three countries. It is also planned the realizof a "common" port in southern Mozambique. The works, costing in total about $ 7 billion, will begin in 2012 and in Zacula's vision, will be completed in ten years.

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