Is Mozambique safe?

Africa far and wide

There are many questions being asked right now about the safety of Mozambique.

Should the South Africans cancel their Christmas beach holidays? Should the expats be stocking up with tinned food for the municipal elections coming up, or should they simply evacuate? Should the businessman be investing and should the local Mozambicans be worried about a civil war erupting again?

*** February 2016: For up to date information on the political situation in Mozambique and the safety for tourists, please see the suggested sites listed at the bottom of this blog post. This blog post aims to provide the tourist an insight into the Mozambican situation and while initially written in 2013, the information below is still relevant. Most of the unrest has been experienced in the central and northern region of Mozambique. Just recently there  has been a new flare up between Renamo and government forces in the central…

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