Why is Mozambique a place?
Because it has borders and a government. You should probably reformulate your questions because im not sure i answered what you wanted to know.
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Madagascar has a sunset first............ i don't know what it is i just wanted to put words in the box
Mozambique, officially Republic of Mozambique, country located southeastern coast of Africa. What is good about it is that they have a lot of wonderful rivers and lakes. It is also where you can find beautiful forest and grassland. Mozambique supported a large and varied animal population such as el…ephants, water buffalos, hippopotamuses, crocodiles, girrafes and lot more to mention. Also the very good Bob Dylan song by the same name. (MORE)
The population at the end of 2008 was 21,780,614. It has been increasing steadily in the last decade and is expected to experience continued growth. In 2010 it was 21,669,278.
the reason why Mozambique gets floods is cause of their heavy rain falls and for 1 of them floods is cause the other country opened the dam gates when the river was already full
The government of Mozambique takes place in a framework of a presidential representative democratic republic, whereby the President of Mozambique is head of state and head of government of a multi-party system. Executive power is exercised by the government. Legislative power is vested in both t…he government and the Assembly of the Republic. (MORE)
Republic of Mozambique is a country located on the Southeastern of Africa. They have wet and dry season. Rainy season starts from October to March while dry or hot season prevails during the rest of the year.
The main bodies of water in Mozambique are the Zambezi River, the Mozambique Channel located to the East of Mozambique and in the very corner of Mozambique is Lake Nyasa.
The total flight time is approximately 11 hours, depending on layovers, delays and flight conditions, etc.
Mozambique is a country in Africa. It is located in the South Eastof Africa. It is bordered by Tanzania, Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe,Swaziland, and South Africa, also the Indian Ocean.
Armando EmÃlio Guebuza is the President of Mozambique. He became the President of Mozambique on 2005 February 2 and was re-elected in 2009.
21% according to the CIA World Factbook (as of 10/29/10) and is 171st in the world. See the Related Link below for more details.
About 56 percent of the people of Mozambique are Christians. About18 percent are Muslim and about 19 percent claimed no religion.About 8 percent claimed other religions.
offical language- Portuguese population around 19685505 larger than France by 45% little smaller than 2 times the size of California from 1977 to 1992, Mozambique faced famine and war causing 1 millon people to die
The Mozambique had several wars. Two wars that occurred inMozambique were the Mozamican Civil war and the War ofIndependence.
Yes it is. It's located in south-eastern Africa, to the North of South-Africa and South of Zimbabwe. It's sea shores are bathed by the Indian Ocean and the Mozambique channel, over which side is the Island of Madagascar.
It was conquered in the 15th and 16th century but was not effectively colonized until the 19th century.
Mozambique is located in the continent of Africa, to the south-east, over South-Africa and below Zimbabwe, bathed by the Indian Ocean and the Mozambique Channel over which is located the Island of Madagascar. Palestine is up there. That is a heck of a long walk.
The southernmost region in Africa is the Republic of South Africa.The southernmost country in Africa is the country of South Africa.
Mozambique is a developing nation that is among the poorest in Africa. It must import the basics of any economy in as much as it has only a minimal industrial base. Imports include fuel, motor vehicles, food products, textiles, chemicals and other basic needs of a nation without an abundance of inte…rnal resources. (MORE)
Large rainfall over a period of four days in the Limpopo Valley. Consequently the Banks of the River Limpopo burst and the floods started there.
Yes. Portugal attempted to colonize and control Mozambique, trading (mostly exporting) goods, bringing their language and political influence, and generally making a mess of things. Mozambique was one of the less successful attempts at colonization in Africa.
Mozambique was a very popular coastal holiday destination for residents of the neighbouring countries (most of which are landlocked) while under Portuguese rule until the early 1970's. It then suffered from 20 years of fighting - first for independence from Portugal and then a Civil war (basically… fuelled by the Soviet/US cold war) which kept people away. Since 1995 when the fighting stopped is has been slowly building back up a tourist base but at present is mainly for backpackers and 4x4 traveller as there is still a lack on infrastructure - the exception being some very expensive resorts around Vilanculos. (MORE)
Portuguese is the current official language but there are many African languages spoken in various parts of the country (Shona, Shangana, Nyungwe, etc). The link is to a map giving the various tribes of Mozambique, most of which have their own dialect. http://www.lib.utexas.edu/maps/africamozambi…que_ethnic_1973.jpg Some English is spoken in the main cities and along the transport corridors from the Mozambican ports to its landlocked neighbours (Zambia, Zimbabwe, Malawi, Botswana, etc). Portuguese is the official language of Mozambique. Portugese Portuguese is the official language of Mozambique The majority (about 40%) speak Portuguese as their first language. Five other languages are spoken including Swahili, and Bantu. The official language of Mozambique is Portuguese. The official language of Mozambique is Portuguese. Official language is Portugese, others are Swahili, Senna and Makhuwa based on mapsofworld.com portugese "Emakhuwa 25.3%, Portuguese (official) 10.7%, Xichangana 10.3%, Cisena 7.5%, Elomwe 7%, Echuwabo 5.1%, other Mozambican languages 30.1%, other 4%" . Source, CIA World Factbook.. The official language of the country is portugese. Portuguese is the official language of Mozambique. . there is 5 languages. . (MORE)
Frelimo means Frente de LibertaÃ§Ã£o de MoÃ§ambique, or Mozambique Liberation Front. It's a political party that has its roots on guerrilla warfare against the Portuguese in the independence war.
The colours of Mozambique's national flag are: green (the country's wealth), red (the struggle for freedom), black (the continent of Africa), white (peace) and yellow (the country's mineral wealth). It gained independence on 25 June 1975, its capital is Maputo, official language is Portuguese. Its n…eighbours are Malawi, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe.they speak japanise (MORE)
Mozambique was colonized as a precious port in which the portuguese could stop on their way and back from India where they seeked to trade spices and silk for instance.
it is a very poor place in Africa and has a very bad illness spreading around
Mozambique is situated on the east coast of Africa. Located near the souther tip of Africa, with South Africa as one of its neighbours
Mozambique has had three rulers since the independence. the first: was Samora Moises Machel the second was: Joaquim Alberto Chissano the one rulling now is Armando Emilio Guebuza
It is of mixed religion. Catholic 23.8%, Muslim 17.8%, Zionist Christian 17.5%, other 17.8%, none 23.1% (1997 census)
this is the Malawi this can be found at the south Mozambique..this is also thetanzania also part in this place....
Every year 5,800,000 cases of malaria are reported and 3,366 deaths caused by malaria in Mozambique.
over 250'000 - 300'000 homes were destoryed so i can't belive how many people were effected the fact says 700 people died :(
Venezuela is not directly east of Mozambique. It would be closer tobeing northwest of it.
No, it was colonized by Portugal. Vasco Da Gama, discovered and explored it on his (the First) journey around the cape, from Europe to India.
They produce food, beverages, chemicals, oil products, textiles and cement. There is much more, but it is mostly variations of these 6 things!! Hope I helped
The area of Mozambique is 801,590 km 2 and 309,496 sq mi. Also, see the related link included below for a map of the country.
Major industries in Mozambique include food, beverages, chemicals (fertilizer, soap, paints), petroleum products, textiles, cement, glass, asbestos, and tobacco. Virtually all manufacturing is located in the major urban areas of Maputo, Beira, and Nampula.
they go to the mighty pinnaple and give him whipped cream, then they may pass to the room full of monkeys to give laws of peanut butter to bob mcboobinfloss.
Mozambique is a democracy. Its laws are written by a National Assembly as well as various municipal assemblies.
Yes Mozambique has a nominal GDP per capita of $440 as compared to $594 for Zimbabwe.
it's not hot because of the equator, the equator is just an imaginary line. it is hot due to the fact that it is closer to the sun than places farther north or south thanks to the bulge the earth has at the equatorial line. also due to the fact that the country is close to the equator it means that …it has constant heat throughout summer and winter as there is no major effect due to the axia tilt to countries close to the equator (MORE)
The average flight time is 1 hour, 24 minutes. This is only an approximation and flight times are likely to vary. Your airline will provide you with a flight time when you book a flight.
No. Mozambique is a coastal country in the south east of Africa andis a big attraction to tourists due to its luscious rivers andbeaches
5 colours if you include black as a colour. See related link for a picture.
There's a red triangle on the left side, with a yellow 5-pointed star in the center of it. On top of the star is a white open book, and on top of that are a black rifle and a hoe crossed like an X. On the right side of the flag are three horizontal stripes separated by thinner white stripes. The top… stripe is green, the middle stripe is black, and the bottom stripe is yellow. (MORE)
Mozambique is located in Southern Africa; its capital city is Maputo. It's land mass area is 309,496 square miles, it's population is 22,894,000 and residents are called Mozambican.
yes they have many auditoriums they might not be as high-classed asamerica's but they do have auditoriums maybe more then we do.
Yes they have many different auditoriums over 500 they might not beas high-classed as America's but they do have auditoriums somebetter then others
Mozambique - 2010 was released on: USA: 24 April 2010 (Newport Beach International Film Festival)