Dércio is a Ph.D. in Political Science at Sciences Po (France).
Using blogs since 2008, Dércio begins writing articles motivated by his interest in debates and conferences about Freedom of the Press in Mozambique.
His first article was published in Jornal Notícias (Mozambique) in 2012, and in 2013 – began writing for other national and international newspapers as well.
Dércio joined in 2013 the ‘Olho do Cidadão’ – citizen's movement in Mozambique, constituted by a Platform of Bloggers who exercise their citizenship through the Citizen-Journalist concept, reporting, photographing and intervening in the problems of their society.
Personal website – www.tsandzana.com
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Massacar Abacar, known as "Cebolinha," died after being arrested by the police in the centre of the capital, Maputo. Some claim that he was beaten by the police.
Azagaia, who died on March 9, was considered one of the biggest names in Hip Hop music made in the Lusophone space.
Civil society organisations in Mozambique have set up a protest movement called "In defence of the right to Freedom of Association in Mozambique."
In the video, people dressed as military personnel with the South African flag can be seen throwing bodies into the fire.
After their leaders spoke out, some citizens pointed out parallels to the situation in Brazil and their own countries.
Freedom House shed new light on China's influence in the communications sector in several countries around the world, including Mozambique.
Mozambique has been in an increasingly delicate situation compared to the countries that pollute the most in the world.
Whoever discloses by any means classified information under this Law shall be punished with imprisonment from 12 to 16 years.
Western countries are trying to diversify gas purchases from Russia. Some analysts believe Anglophone-African gas-producing countries could be a viable alternative.
The demonstrators were arrested without the right to a defence as stipulated by law. The 22 activists were then taken to court days later, where they were summarily tried.
Among festive messages and recognition of the work done by journalists, the day was marked by a moment of consternation, due to the difficult situation in the local media.
Ramos-Horta, a leader in the independence process, received 62 percent of the votes, securing a victory over current president Francisco "Lu-Olo" Guterres, who received 38 percent in the second round of elections on April 19.
An on-going armed conflict is depriving Mozambicans of their right to access reliable information as the government spares no efforts to impose its own narratives
Despite these firings and arrests, Angolans themselves do not believe that corruption will end in their country.
The government justified the suspension of Record TV África with the fact that its executive director was a "non-national" citizen. The network has since replaced him with an Angolan director.
The new legislation was approved in 2019, but only ratified in December 2020. It replaces the old penal code of 1886 of the Portuguese colonial administration.
One of the men was even arrested, and the case was widely discussed on social media.
Movement demanding autonomy for the eastern half of Angola claims police fired indiscriminately at protesters attending a rally in the mining village of Cafunfo on January 30.
Bowker is the founder of the news website Zitamar News, which in recent years has been praised for its coverage of the armed conflict in the Cabo Delgado province.
Known as Moçambola, Mozambique's main professional football league restarted on 16 January after 10 months' suspension due to the pandemic.
Under an extended state of emergency in Mozambique, several new digital platforms emerged to disseminate COVID-19 information. But these initiatives lack clarity in terms of data privacy and personal security.