Former Mozambican President Samora Machel had plans for an improved transportation network back in 1989. These plans included a proposal for a bridge as part of Maputo’s urbanisation policy, which was endorsed by the World Bank. Due to Mozambique’s civil war, the project was shelved and resurrected in 2010 when the then Portuguese Prime Minister, José Sócrates, offered to fund the construction of the Maputo-Catembe Bridge…

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