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Diário de Moçambique
Diário de Moçambique is based in the coastal city of Beira.
It is the only printed daily newspaper based outside
The formerly state-owned newspaper is now majority owned
by private shareholders and pursues an independent editorial policy.
It provides good news coverage of Central Mozambique region
and the Beira transport corridor to Zimbabwe.
Diário de Moçambique was started by a Catholic bishop in
colonial times and was nationalised after independence in 1975.
The Mozambican state subsequently sold 60% of the shares
to a private company and 20% to the newspaper’s employees. It still owns a 20% stake
in the publication.
- Diário de Moçambique
- Corner of Rua Dom João de Mascarenhas and Rua Major Serpa