MPDC promotes First-Aid training for all employees

The first of many first-aid training that are being given to MPDC employees has just finished. The aim is to provide all staff with general knowledge on how to deal and assist in case of an incident/accident not only at the work place, but also at home and in the communities where they live. This […]

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Maputo Development Corridor region’s most successful?

The Maputo Development Corridor (MDC) in southern Mozambique has been highlighted in an African Development Bank (AfDB) report as the “most successful regional interconnection initiative in sub-Saharan Africa”. In its African Economic Outlook – 2015 report, the AfDB commented: “The MDC, as one of the first initiatives of this kind in sub-Saharan Africa, is nowadays […]

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Minister of Transports and Communication does first work visit to the Port of Maputo

The Minister of Transports and Communication, Carlos Mesquita, has visited the Port of Maputo on the 11th of May 2015. His first official work visit to the Port had the objective of seeing the expansion and rehabilitation works done at the port in the last two years, as well as getting an insight on the […]

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Port of Maputo offers school desks in Chokwe

MPDC, in partnership with the Ministry of Education and Human Development (MINEDH), offered on May 7, 150 desks to the Primary School 5º Bairro in Chokwe, Gaza province. The 150 double-seater school desks are part of a batch of 2,000 desks offered by MPDC and other partners of the port to MINEDH, in order to […]

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Corporate Responsibility

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Maputo City

Maputo, formerly Lourenço Marques, is the capital and largest city of Mozambique. It is known as the City of Acacias in reference read more...