The Struggle for Mozambique - Eduardo Mondlane

Eduardo Mondlane was the founding president of the Mozambican Liberation Front (FRELIMO) from 1962 until his assassination in 1969.

Mozambique: wildcats and sabotage on the sugar cane plantations

600 seasonal workers at the Xinavane sugar plantation in Maputo province of Mozambique have been on wildcat strike since last Friday (15th February).

Mozambique sugar plantation wildcat continues

Sugar plantation workers

Around 4,000 workers in Sofala province having rejected government calls to return to work and a divisive offer aimed only at cane cutters and not the other plantation workers, insisting their demands will be met collectively or they will remain on strike.

One dead in Mozambique wildcat strike

A sugar plantation

One person died and three others were injured, two of them seriously, when violent clashes broke out on Monday at the Mafambisse sugar plantation, in the central Mozambican province of Sofala, after about 4,000 seasonal workers went on strike.

Mozambique: Wildcat sugar strike ends

A two day wildcat strike at the Sena company, Mozambique's largest sugar producer, ended on Friday, with promises by the company of a new wage scale with fewer levels in April.