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Mozambique: Don't we have anything?

“The companies belong to them, the shops belong to them, the bakeries belong to them, it is all theirs. And us, don't we have anything?”. Carlos Serra [pt] heard this phrase from a lady from Inhagóia and wrote an interesting analyses following up the incidents in Maputo, Mozambique, last Monday. “The popular revolt was not ultimately against the bread and transport prices, but against the social relationships that favour some and leave others in disadvantage”.

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